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Absolutely no way would I spray it on something I was going to eat - have a look at this
Scroll down through the pages and read what Jeyes themselves say about their product.
I never use the stuff.
Information about tackling Mealy Bug here http://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=201
Let us know when you've bought the house and moved in James - we'll enjoy exploring the garden with you
Crikey! That doesn't look very happy does it? I wonder if it's really too warm for it there in what you say is a sunny spot. Clematis like to have their roots in the cool shade.
And the occasional Campari and soda
Panda, we could do half a day each
Pdoc - glad your Mum's ok Hope she soon won't need the -ish
Don't forget to pack your wellies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and have a really lovely time
Well it looks as if it's doing just fine
One of the cucurbits - probably a squash or cucumber.
The second plant is one of the euphorbias - they can be striking archetectural plants - yours looks as if it suffered a bit under the other plants.
Do be careful not to get the white latex-like sap on your skin - use gloves and long sleeves when handling it - the sap can make the skin photosensitive and sunlight can cause nasty burns.
That was a very small dandelion - little more than a seedling - it wouldn't have a very deep tap root.
You can dead head which will keep energy in the bulb for flowering again next year, but they won't grow new flowers in the same season.