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Daffodils

Posted: 11/05/2013 at 12:43

I would re-plant them now. As already said, you certainly shouldn't have dried them off. If you didn't let the leaves die back completely before digging them up, you will now have to wait at least two years for flowers, because the bulb won't have been able to form the buds for next year.

They will recover in time, but you now need to be patient and allow them to do so.

red maple

Posted: 08/05/2013 at 15:48

A general feed such as MiracleGro or growmore would be fine.

What to do with lemon plants

Posted: 08/05/2013 at 15:45

I think some kind of closed shelter would be needed - providing that we didn't have a very cold winter and they were well-wrapped, they may be OK in an unheated greenhouse, yes.

pieris forest flame

Posted: 07/05/2013 at 23:09

Have you tried watering it with sequestrene of iron? That might give it a boost.

Problem Swallow nests

Posted: 07/05/2013 at 11:47

Can you remove the old nests from their sight? That way, you might persuade them to build elsewhere.

creating a full bodied hedge

Posted: 07/05/2013 at 11:44

Laurels are very good at shooting from brown wood, so your chances are good if you trim them, and keep trimming them regularly. However, if the bases are very thick, then you will always have less growth at the bottom than the top.

Do you think...

Posted: 07/05/2013 at 11:40

Yes, they will. Small plants do much better than large ones once planted out, in fact. Plant them out, feed them well, and they'll reward you.

red maple

Posted: 07/05/2013 at 11:38

It sounds like you have dieback. The white branches will be dead - cut them out, and clean your secateurs before cutting into live wood. The rest of the tree should be OK - give it a feed to encourage it to branch more.

What to do with lemon plants

Posted: 07/05/2013 at 11:36

Lemons need to be kept frost-free in winter.

Considering where you are, if you built them a shelter and wrapped them well with fleece, including the pots, then I think there is a reasonable chance that they will survive.

The other thing that you may not know is that you can prune lemons to make them small enough to bring indoors if you want to - I wouldn't do it too hard, but they do re-grow well.

Good luck!

Is it too late to prune a grape vine?

Posted: 05/05/2013 at 23:58

I would say it's too late - you may make it bleed to death now.

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