trollius - slow and stately....or will it romp?
I rarely buy plants and never buy more than one....so when I do, I tend to baby it along till I can get a stock of seed or cutting material. Finding myself with heaps of (wild) space, in an unfamiliar garden scenario, I am wondering whether to risk potting my single globeflower at home (with all the risks of my sunny and dry garden.....or planting it in an ideal spot (moist) but still uncleared and bosky. Mostly, I am planting thuggish things which can and will hold their own until planting becomes a bit less....dangerous, but having craved trollius for years....... So, is this going to sit still, looking a bit worried by the encroaching brambles....or can it give as good as it gets. Can you comment on the vigour of this plant ( I have Trollius x cultorum 'Alabaster and not the T.chinensis).