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I get the error message but if I click on the OK and wait a moment it works
It's absolutely worth trying - I think I'd go for gritty compost - this gives more info http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/basics/techniques/propagation_clematiscuttings1.shtml
If they are summer fruiting, there should be some long and well-developed canes formed last year that will fruit this summer.
And as they grow up watching your development as a gardener, here's hoping you'll infect them with the gardening bug
bekkie hughes wrote (see)
I remembered! Did OL identify that flower? I was wondering if it could be dead nettle?
What flower? Where?
Are these summer or autumn fruiting raspberries?
I think that Mr Toast has explained earlier that this is very much a work in progress - initially planned as a playground for his children, it will develop and grow over time as his family's requirements change
And as for the little geranium in your lawn - despite it's name I am not responsible
It's a pretty little thing - regular lawnmowing will control it
That looks in fabulous condition for this time of year - you should be very proud of yourself considering how it was 12 months ago! Very well done indeed.