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I have just rediscovered my Erisimum Parish's - bought last year from Beth Chatto's garden - it was hidden beneath a vigorous Clematis armandii- and, as I have no soil as such - just a patio garden. It has to live in a pot. It is now very leggy and I need

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I have just rediscovered my Erisimum Parish's - bought last year from Beth Chatto's garden - it was hidden beneath a vigorous Clematis armandii- and, as I have no soil as such - just a patio garden. It has to live in a pot. It is now very leggy and I need to know what to do get it back to the beautiful healthy plant it used to be.

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  • Posted: Wed. 8th June 2016 09:24

Re: I have just rediscovered my Erisimum Parish's - bought last year from Beth Chatto's garden - it was hidden beneath a vigorous Clematis armandii- and, as I have no soil as such - just a patio garden. It has to live in a pot. It is now very leggy and I

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Is it worth trying to strike the bits you take off the leggy stems as hardwood cuttings? You might miss flowers this year, or get some late. If it's out of shape, it's worth a try surely?

  • Posted: Wed. 8th June 2016 16:59