That's it Silver. Many thanks
Gardeners. On last week's episode just right at the end of the programme, Jim pointed out a lovely red potentilla (George thought it was a rose). Does anybody know its name? Thanks in advance.
If you don't mind the pong, we use diluted Jeyes Fluid on our blockpave driveway. The moss dies within a day or two and if you leave it for a few weeks, you can scrape it out with your long handled wire brush.
Muscari or grape hyacinth absolute bane of my life. I dug up a bucketful last year but lo and behold, they're back again.Is it a lost cause?
At my local Wikco all bulbs reduced to £1. I came away with 30 snowdrop bulbs and some lemon tulips.
Love it, so dainty.Any idea what its called?
Ann I hard pruned and moved a mature rose about 2 weeks ago and its starting to shoot new growth already!
Salvia Royal Bumble and anemone Pink Cinderella 50p each at B&Q. In homebase today, I negotiated a rather bedraggled clematis Julia Correvon for a donation in the charity box. Resul!
Thanks HC. I was tempted to pull it up, but it gets one last chance!
Gardeners - the first picture is a callicarpa growing in the same street and is only one plant as far as I can see. The bottom pic is my spindly specimen which has just a handful of berries. What's wrong with it? I've had it about 5 years and Its planted in a sunny spot. Would appreciate an expert view on what I can do to improve its performance. Thanks in advance.