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And hello and best wishes from me too . Have fond memories of our afternoon at Barnsdale
I really look forward to your slideshows Berghill - and this one is wonderful. Love the magnolias, the pulsatillas, have pond envy, and puss-cat is pretty cute too
Do you ever open it up to the public??
There is a franchise company called Stumpbusters .....we have used them a few times ....most recently this week! Reasonable prices and do a great job. I would see if there are any near you
Morning all Hosta will have been working for a couple of hours by now Hope that means an early finish too
No frost, but chilly. Just about to pop to the GH to uncover my seedling babies - but maybe another cuppa first. and after that, the saltmines call
Great pictures everyone - love this time of year too.
Yvie - your garden is completely stunning if thats the result when you keep moving things, then I should get my spade out more often
Missed Fidget's sculpture on here .....that is beautiful
Another glorious day on the way David - superb picture
Morning No frost here - phew Flower buds on my pulsilattas just beginning to form (like my "february" gold daffs, these boys don't seem to have read their pasque flower label properly). Worth the wait though....so silky. Might add a few more if I see any in the GC.
Bekkie - if you want this hedge to be slow growing, but ideally you'd like to use cuttings from plants you already have, then how long are you expecting to wait to get full coverage to 3 foot
Thanks Verdun...thats what I wanted to hear
Will be watching this thread with interest
I have spent the last countless number of weekends painstakingly arranging mulch around my plants. OH says if I do it in autumn next time i can just use the "blanket everything" approach, but I'm not too sure. Will things push through ok the following spring (will be using well rotted horsemuck)?? Or would they rot under 2 inches of that?