Posted: 28/02/2016 at 10:01
Sorry for the delay in replying, small ones do attract illnesses and eat time. Ooh, can buddleia be propagated by cutting? We already have a lovely white one, recently had its annual haircut (with a saw!!)
When you say do a proper clear out, how would you accomplish that? Time and funds are limited.
Guernsey Donkey2, some of our crocuses do ok, but our clay soil eats bulbs, it gets too wet over winter.
My husband was thinking of a holly for this area, as they're quite slow growing.
Any ideas for a shade and clay tolerant ground cover? I may just propagate my oregano.