Never plant nasturtium plants in the garden. No matter how they are described, they smother anything within a metre. Good for baskets though.
Never over-plant baskets.
Never fill them so full of mixture there's no room for the water.
Never plant chilacoyotes near boundary fences! In fact, probably never.
Added by Robyn Wolfe on April 13, 2010 at 11:27am —
Yes, Kali, you did tell me.
First I worried they wouldn't grow. Then I worried they wouldn't fruit. Then I worried where they would go. Now? Just STOP everything! See photos.
Added by Robyn Wolfe on April 11, 2010 at 9:00am —
...there was two of me. What with pulling out old plants and wild ivy, planting broad beans, revamping a flower garden, moving the hose, weeding... Well, I'm sitting at the moment, going to find out what to do with myrtus ugni fruit (false cranberry). The smell is overwhelming delicious.
Added by Robyn Wolfe on April 3, 2010 at 4:03pm —