But do they just eat the leaf fronds and leave the stalks?
My Campsis radicans is in a very large pot, it is very thirsty and needs a watering can full of water most days in the summer, and it has a huge rootball - I can't see it;s roots fitting in a tiny space like that
Oooh Wintersong - you'd definitely better have one ... help yourself
Here you are Jo
If we all have one of these it'll keep the winter chills at bay
Fg They're so cheery aren't they?
Only a couple of months before the days start getting longer again
Sorry, am I annoyingly cheerful about it all ?
Our surveyor told us there was a gas fire in this house ......... it's electric
I like winter and I like spring, summer and autumn too
Wonky, I've potted up some Snow Bunting crocus in layers in your little pot - you can put it on your terrace and one day in the very early spring you'll come home from work and see it smiling at you
I agree with Hosta As the leaves die back and go mushy the nutrients from the leaves will return to the bulbs to be stored until they provide the energy to grow again next year