No idea which that is, but unless there is a huge infestation I tend to leave such things for the birds and wasps etc to sort out.
I'm a little concerned by the inference in your question that butterflies = good and moths = bad
Is that what you meant?
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Have a look here http://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/grow-plants/how-to-take-rose-cuttings/
and here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/gardeningadvice/8822851/Make-a-slit-trench-for-hardwood-cuttings.html
I usually use the slit-trench method. Don't worry about the cuttings losing their leaves.
As for hydrangeas, I find the best way is to prepare your cuttings, take off most of the leaves, and cut the top leaves in half, thus reducing moisture loss. I then put the cuttings in a jamjar of water and pop them on a shady windowsill in the kitchen and leave them there. After several weeks they begin to grow roots. When the roots are several inches long I separate the cuttings and pot them up.
Good luck with the toad Liri
HORTICO says:Dovefromabove says:I like whistling men See original post Oh Dove really. Do you wolf whistle men or do you like men who can whistle?See original post
Dovefromabove says:I like whistling men See original post
I like whistling men
Oh Dove really. Do you wolf whistle men or do you like men who can whistle?
Don't be ridiculous - I didn't say 'whistling at men' and I wasn't talking about offensive sexist behaviour, as you know perfectly well.
Morning Fairy Have a good day
Have a good journey home Hosta - shame about last night i find that really busy hotels are rarely good places to sleep unless they're at least 4 star.
Jolly windy overnight, but still quite warm and sticky.
Relieved to hear that Dutch cyclist is reasonably ok after that horrendous crash. I thought she must've broken her neck at the very least! Chris Boardman said that he thought the course was dangerous
Good morning all
Chard will put up a pretty big flowering spike in its second year as will the other beets
That looks pretty dramatic Fairy! I've just checked our garden thermometer which is in a sheltered shady spot - it says it reached 30.6 today! No wonder all the plants are flagging.
I would get it professionally treated - a professional firm will give you a guarantee and come back and treat it if it recurs - otherwise you may have problems when the time comes to sell the house as most mortgage companies will not lend on homes that are affected by JKW - it is one of the questions that form part of the Contract of Sale and to lie about it is of course, against the law, and you could end up having to reimburse any future owner if you have said that the property has never been affected by JKW.