Spring is coming and since there isn't much to do at home, we will resume plant grooming shortly.
We have two big potted Pomelo trees where Serafina the cat likes to roll, and where I'd like to see some green, instead.
Last autumn I planted Sweet Alyssa - lobularia maritima and it smells and blooms all year long. Serafina isn't happy that it's going to take up space for rolling in the dirt/soil.
My question for UK Man is: how do I help it spread? Should I take some and plant it in different points? Should I collect the seeds from the flowers and plant those?
We originally bought it as a single small plastic pot, and it kept growing over winter. However, at the garden store it was not available last month - it's probably too early.