Have a good day Fairy
Ive asked Nora to post a link when she locks January's thread.
No probs Fairy ... I'll ask Nora if she'd be kind enough to post a link when she locks this one
It's ok Pat, I'm sure someone will do it
Grey and foggy here. Hope it clears up - son has to drive to Newcastle today.
Good morning all - I've started February's thread - can someone post links for me please.
I'm on my phone and it won't do links
Hello Folks - it's February - spring is on it's way ...
There shouldn't be a problem with the roots - they have shallow non- invasive roots.
Also no need for pruning - just remove any brown leaves.
Big fan of Fevertree tonic here
Sweet dreams folks
I'm thinking of going for 3 in a pot for the sweet peas this year Fairy - I think they'll do much better with no chance of root disturbance.
I may well do the same with the Morning Glories.
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I agree with
everything Fairygirl has said above. When you have improved the soil conditions and fixed a trellis or support wires to the wall ( with your neighbours permission of course) I would plant a Campsis radicans which will benefit from the sunny sheltered situation.
Sitting here in our sitting room watching a pair of wrens investigating the Clematis cirr. 'Freckles' on the trellis fence by the front window - they've been doing this for a week now - are they going to nest there ? This could be very exciting