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Original message (posted by priscus)
Although I love daffs, I am seriously considering ceasing to grow them.

So far, about 30% of the daffs have been snapped of at the base of the flower stem. And we still have more damaging winds to come.

I will be sad to do so, daffs attract more complements from people who pass by than owt else int garden. It used to be roses, until Black Spot devastated them. Guess I will be seeking a new ornamental display plant for my garden, heaven knows what though? Have a lot of Tulips, but they too are troubled (Tulip Fire disorder)

Fuchsias and Clematis doing well, but wonder if they in turn are going to be problematic!

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