Daintiness


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Leaning hedge

Posted: 28/07/2015 at 08:46

What kind of hedge is it? Is it leaning in order to get light? What height is the hedge? Is it top heavy....is it leaning because the top is wider and more heavy than the base of th hedge?

Help with identity please

Posted: 27/07/2015 at 21:38

Looks to be a tree sucker to me too. Any big trees in next door's or even a couple of doors down. The white poplar, next door but one to me, pops up suckers all over my lawn.

White Beam problems

Posted: 13/07/2015 at 19:03

How's your tree doing Nutcutlet?

White Beam problems

Posted: 13/07/2015 at 17:10

Update on my tree...

 

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I have noticed in the last couple of weeks dieback has become much more significant. Wondering if I should cut out affected branches to stop it spreading. Any thoughts?

L Shaped front garden

Posted: 18/05/2015 at 14:21

You click on the little green tree icon and follow instructions to upload 

L Shaped front garden

Posted: 18/05/2015 at 13:43

Any chance of a couple of photos and a little bit more info. eg. Which part of the country are you in; which direction does the garden face; what style are you after;low maintenance; hedge type etc....

Busy Lizzie's Open Garden

Posted: 17/05/2015 at 09:53

Oops - just spotted my spelling mistake!  two not too 

Busy Lizzie's Open Garden

Posted: 17/05/2015 at 08:54

Hope you have a wonderful day. I think anyone who opens their garden to the public is very brave. Gardens are so personal and some people can have very strong feelings on particular styles and express their opinions. Some people are also very light fingered when it comes to a cutting or too! 

However, the majority of us are only too pleased to enjoy a lovely garden such as yours Bizzie Lizzie appreciate and admire the hard work that has gone into it; enjoy your space with a cup cake and cup of tea for the afternoon leaving only with refreshed enthusiasm, inspiration and a full tum!  

Good luck and I hope you raise pots of money  

Foxes

Posted: 17/05/2015 at 08:00

Fox cubs are out and about and probably smell the fertiliser you put around the new plants thinking it was food. Blood, fish, bone etc. As the smell diminishes and they realise there is nothing worth digging for, they will probably stop. Laying twigs/branches with thorns/prickles on around the plants will deter them -eg. holly or wire mesh laid across the soil or just under it - it doesn't look very attactive might help them move on too.

 

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