Posted: 13/01/2015 at 17:42
I'm sure it's best to pull it away but We find it impossible. Mine get cut off, my husband, the under gardener, has to slide underneath as if he was in the SAS(I wish!) mind they do grow back.
I know it's dull the rest of the year but mine is currently awash with baby catlkins, worth it just for that, roll on Spring. 2* here in the NE with a tiny sprinkling of snow.