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More cuttings questions

Posted: 09/08/2016 at 11:50

I've never tried with ceanothus, but I remember a really good at gardening friend being dead chuffed at rooting a ceanothus cutting - she said they were really difficult. 

Don't think they're difficult to grow once you've got a plant tho/ 

Last edited: 09 August 2016 11:51:35


Posted: 09/08/2016 at 11:41

You might find that he/she gets picked on - being so much smaller - it might be worth trying keeping mum with him/her for protection until he/she is big enough to stand up for him/herself ... 

whats this gate crasher

Posted: 09/08/2016 at 10:50

Snap! Nut   I've hoed plenty of that out of sugar beet fields in my time 

whats this gate crasher

Posted: 09/08/2016 at 10:48

First one looks like Fat Hen - Chenopodium album

Second is valerian as has been said  aka Centranthus ruber


Posted: 09/08/2016 at 10:40

Bushman ((hugs))  wishing you sunny days ahead when the weather clears.


Posted: 09/08/2016 at 09:22

I'd buy a few 6-8wk old chickens and introduce yours to them.  They shouldn't fight at that age if they've got plenty of space and things to do to occupy them.  If yours turns (or any of the others) turn out to be cockerels then you'll have to dispose of them before they start crowing.  

Interesting discussion here 

If you don't want to face the possibility of 'disposing' of several cocks, my preferred option would be to buy Point of Lay pullets in the spring  - at least you'll be sure you've ot got cockerels.

However, your chick needs company now ... 

Last edited: 09 August 2016 09:23:26


Posted: 09/08/2016 at 07:49

Bushman ((hugs))  


Posted: 09/08/2016 at 07:46

Morning Joyce 

Thanks for the reminder about spring bulbs ........ need something to naturalise under the Amelanchier - ... thinking of going for these unless anyone has any better suggestions? 

Last edited: 09 August 2016 07:46:42


Posted: 09/08/2016 at 07:29

Good morning Clari   

You've got a day off???  Wow!!!    

Take care of that back! 

Butterfly and Dragonfly IDs

Posted: 09/08/2016 at 07:12

Why?   They're totally harmless and fascinating to watch.  We get lots of them in our garden as we live surrounded by  the Norfolk Broads. 

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