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Hey you guys !!!!!......, as sloth from the goonies famously shrieked !

Last year was a bit of a depressing affair regarding my cephs.

Being a bit of a novice and knowing the plants originated from Aussy I spent the summer months moving them round the garden to keep them in full sun as long as was possible.

End result was shrunken sad little plants that didn't flower or show any signs of growth.

This season , after some advice read on here, I've left them alone, in a position where they get more shade .

Ok they're no show winners but have had a much better season and I'm looking forward to some deepening in colour now the temperatures are dropping....

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Cheers Chris

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In my experience, they like stability. Mine sulk for some time whenever I move them around.

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you've kept them alive,and have a very good collection,so here's to next year.

I find moving them also makes'em sulk.

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I would have to agree 100 %.

Much as the temptation is for me to fuss over them they seem to have had a much happier season left to their own devices....

I kinda know how that feels !

Yeah here's to next year Carl/Ada ......

My goal is for anything other than a typical to flower but patience is a virtue so I'm told.......

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