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I'm about to plant a rose very close to where we've dug out an old climbing rose. I'm going to replace some of the soil (with some of the soil dug out when we dug the pond) and dig in loads of well-rotted farmyard manure and leaf mould, and use micorrhizal fungi on the roots - I will then cross my fingers and pray
He didn't eat it 'cos he's collecting it for the babies - just needs to subdue it a bit first
Doesn't look like a laburnum to me - wrong type of growth habit.
Yes cowslips can be grown from seed. The seeds need to be really ripe and sown in the autumn - see here http://wildseed.co.uk/species/view/106
It looks to me like a Winter Flowering Jasmine http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/plants/plant_finder/plant_pages/430.shtml
So cheerful in the depths of winter
PD - how fantastic!!! - we shall require constant updates and pics
Are you camping?
This site gives the best information re growing figs in the UK that I've ever found http://www.readsnursery.co.uk/fig-trees-for-gardens-and-greenhouses/
Also very helpful people and superb produce - I've no relationship with them other than as a very satisfied customer.
Sounds as though you need to look at the Party Wall Act http://www.problemneighbours.co.uk/rights-under-party-wall-act.html
Tootles, I will say that's the healthiest looking buttercup I've seen in a long time -
If anyone says anything, just tell them you're planning a Buttercup Meadow
I agree Hostasfan - heartbreaking
Even as a pre-school child I could see that for an afflicted rabbit a quick despatch was a kindness.