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8:30 this evening http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mw1h
What happens if you just pull and uproot them?
Good morning Stacey Glad you're keeping yourself occupied
It will be fine - put a good layer over your veg patch and dig it in - sheep and goat manure can be used fresher than chicken and cattle manure which can burn the roots of plants if it's too fresh.
This old thread may be helpful http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/problem-solving/vegetables-and-horse-manure/74477.html
Good morning all
It's warming up .... 6.6C at 6am this morning - positively balmy
DippyDazza wrote (see)
I'm in norfolk too
Hello Dippy - whereabouts in Norfolk (approximately)?
Great Dixter are having a Spring Plant Fair http://www.greatdixter.co.uk/ you very lucky person!!!
Happy Anniversary to you both Fritillary
Bekkie - have a look here http://wellnessmama.com/5734/101-uses-for-coconut-oil/
I'm going to coppice mine every few years to provide bean poles and pea sticks and keep them as manageable bushes rather than let them grow too big
I love hazel bushes - I have some that Nutcutlet gave me - they're the ones that have catkins in January/February to reassure us that spring is coming. I'm planting snowdrops and primroses underneath mine