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20/04/2013 at 21:11
Exactly. I collect my own sed heads and nab baragins and cuttings so just some effort required. Will try the dead nettle though as well - will need to purchase it, thanks everyone.
21/04/2013 at 10:16

hi, my sons trampoline is 12 feet accross and situated at the bottom of the garden in constant shade from a neighbours 60+ feet high conifers, the soil is bone dry and for the most part baron. but under the trampoline grows a healthy huge swarm of blue flowered perriwinkle which i started from a cutting 4 years ago. its not the fancy variagated type its dark green but its gorgeous.

21/04/2013 at 21:17
Will try that then Carole ta. We have loads of variagated periwinkle here so I'll pop some in and see what happens
20/05/2013 at 09:35

I cleared the area and have planted lamiums, poppies, ladies's mantle and sown wild flower seeds - we'll wait and see what happens I 'll dig up some periwinkle and pop it in too.

20/05/2013 at 10:31

Hi Jarob 24 I love the idea of a living bamboo wig wam. How do you do that and can I start one this time of the year ?


21/07/2013 at 14:44

In this Atlantic Trampolines blog article we give some ideas of plants that should grow and prosper under a trampoline

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