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04/06/2013 at 17:34

My neighbour has used a weedkiller to exterminate anything living in his garden in a desire to build a terrace alongside my hedge. In the process, the weedkiller has seeped 1 metre beyond my side of the conifer hedge and my roses/budlea/lilacs/alliums/hollyhocks/foxgloves/achillea are in the process of or have died. is there anything that I can do to resurrect my beloved shrub roses? they are yellowing and getting feeble. I do not know what he used as we are not speaking! I do know that it was 6 weeks ago and it has not affected my camelias/azaleas and rhododendrons. any ideas. If I move the plants will they in turn affect another area of the garden? HELP!

04/06/2013 at 17:37

see previous post

04/06/2013 at 18:39
fidgetbones wrote (see)

see previous post

I did, what was wrong with it?

Couldn't give an answer because I've never done it, but know a neighbour did.

04/06/2013 at 20:12
simply go to a solicitor and ask for advice you will probably find this would be free for the first visit,
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