Frost proof is important ... Frost resistant does not mean Frost proof.
Can you not leave them growing?... They'll carry on through the winter.
He really was a gardening legend ... he helped many Suffolk people on their gardening journeys
RIP Jana Novotna ... so sad ... a great champion and role model
I've not bought any in bulk, but putting 'horticultural grit bulk UK' into Google brings up several suppliers, including this one which has a good reputation https://www.compostdirect.com/horticultural-grit/p22
Good morning all I appear to have a head cold
Have a lovely holiday Hosta ... how long is this one for? Just so we don't worry (has he packed the sunscreen )Discussions have been held ... supper today may well be pan-fried cod fillet with bubble & squeak ... or it may not ... we will call in at W'rose on our way back from B&Q where we hope to find the wherewithal to repair our sitting room door handle ...
And I must pot up my amaryllis 'Papilios' ... that way they should be blooming to brighten January
Hi Declan ... Fantastic choice They're getting their roots established ... they have to do that before the top growth can get going.
Can we have a photo of the hedge please and tell us about the conditions and what you do to care for it ? Then we'll have some idea of what you can do to encourage it.
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I agree ... photo 2 looks like Sweet Chestnut.
Photo1 looks to me a lot like a Goat Willow leaf ...Salix caprea ... but at this time of year it's hard to tell because of the effects of Autumn.
I'm making some Crown Prince squash soup today Obelixx ... I shall roast the pieces first and save a few to add to our planned supper of baked chicken legs with Mediterranean veg and couscous. Apart from that I have a canvas to prime and a list of odd jobs for OH to compile
Smilies are working on the laptop ... must have been my phone
Good morning all
sharp frost here ... The grass is white and sparkly.
Another coffee is needed ...
My phone won't do smilies this morning ... Please help yourselves as appropriate ...