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Agree - definitely Leycesteria formosa aka Pheasantberry and Himalayan honeysuckle.
I did Google Savlon and cats for Wonky and it said it was ok, but I think she's decided to stick to salt water for the time being.
We've an amazing sunset!!!
It's lovely, but we'll never remember it and this thread will soon be on page 100 or somewhere, BUT if you put the information on your Public Profile by your name, we'll always be able to find it
nutcutlet wrote (see)
There's a shrub very like snowberry but has pink berries and the leaves are a bit different. I wish I could remember what it was called
There's a shrub very like snowberry but has pink berries and the leaves are a bit different.
I wish I could remember what it was called
Is it this one Nut?
I'm not a regular cucumber grower but I'll bump this up for you
Our neighbours use something like this http://www.coopersofstortford.co.uk/coopers-of-stortford-electric-patio-clearing-brush-prodst08814i/
It seems to work very well.
We have gravel.
Logan wrote (see)
Dovefromabove would not you have to protect the roots from frost or wet?
They don't survive in very cold winters, but after mild winters I frequently find them regrowing in the spring
Think I'd paint it with some glyphosate. The amount needed for that small sucker won't affect any large tree it's joined on to.
Could it be Currant Blister Aphids http://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/problems/fruit-and-nuts/currant-blister-aphids/394.html
I'm amazed it got to mine - they're frozen - I've just put the heating on!!! Of course, that means that the rain has stopped and the sun has come out