I tie my unruly bits of clematis to their supports with green garden twine, very gently. It's older shoots will be brown.
Please don't, one may escape into someone's garden! Burn them, horrid things, I hate them. They disappear under my stone walls and come out when I'm not looking. Destroyed my asparagus bed.
Baza has worked really hard on his plot, has his own thread a bit like a blog.
Lovely dog, Baza. What a lot of seed trays! Hels has been busy.
Is that you in your avatar picture? Where is it? Looks gorgeous, like the Mediterranean.
Mrs. Garden, Hazel and Flumpy - Shadow was caught by next door farmer chasing sheep so DD had to re-home him. He didn't die.
Cold and grey near Poitiers.
No big rush though, if March is cold I often don't start sowing beetroot etc. until April.
Morning all. Grey day. Have given daughter her birthday presents. Going to a restaurant in Poitiers for lunch but smallest grandson (5) doesn't feel very well. Daughter says he'll be OK when he's had some paracetamol. I hope so.
The manure does need to be well rotted, not smelly, black and crumbly. Don't use it for carrots and parsnips. Best to have 2 or 3 beds and rotate the crops. This is a guide from the RHS. https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=124
Hosta is in Devon, Peanuts is in Camberley, Surrey I think, so cutting should be OK then.