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Thursday 4 July 2024

Cheery Little Pansy

I love a cheery little pansy.

These four are called Ed, Nigel, Keir, and Rishi. All have their points, but which is best? 

Perhaps Deutzia or Philadelphus would be a better choice.



23 comments:

  1. Depends on what the choice aims at.

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  2. Not only are these little pansys cherry but they are tough.

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  3. But sometimes their early promise sorely disappoints in the end.

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  4. The best of the bunch is obviously keirus starmerae - reliable, requiring little watering or feeding and resistant to slugs like dailyus mailium and nigella farageius. Come On Labour!

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    1. Dailyus mailium made me laugh out loud, Neil - thank you!

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    2. It has grown a lot already.

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  5. It's not about the show. I'd be picking the hardiest one of the lot, the one who can endure the shitshow that is sure to follow.

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    1. Better the hardy and reliable than the show-off attention seekers that suck up all the nutrients.

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  6. I was always think pansies look like a sea of little faces. I love them in my garden

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    1. Cheery little faces and cheeky little faces.

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  7. Well the whole garden got a say in the matter and voted for the rather dull flower in the corner. But it was lovely seeing the weeds pulled out.

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    1. The dull ones are often the best, but it can take time to appreciate their attributes.

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  8. P.S. Is "Cheery Little Pansy" the title of your forthcoming autobiography Tasker?

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    1. All suggestions will be carefully considered.

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