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Apparently an experiment similar to that described above, but just involving music found that the music of Cliff Richards kills plants.
So, should the neighbour get rid of it? Is it ok to have in a garden, invasive or not? Her front garden is pretty large;20mx10m, mostly lawn and this cuckoo pint is just by the fence, next to a tree.
Welcome Flora. I have an American book on organic gardening and it mentions the 'blue grass line' can you tell me if that is the line below which you don't get frost? I have been puzzling over it for some time
Hi nut, is that the same as cuckoo pint, which used to be everywhere when I was a child.
Has it grown at all? 'crispy' sounds as if it is mummified. I think I would bin it, dig a lot of goodies into the soil and start again.
I've only seen mistletoe growing once before, when I was 4 years old, which was..erm.. sorry I'm not good at maths
Can anyone identify this for a neighbour?
verdun, I totally agree about flax; it is the most wonderful blue, keeps on flowering for months flourishes in an area of poor dry soil and pops up year after year without being invasive; the perfect plant