I have sorted through a deskful of paperwork that needed sifting/sorting/filing ... I am feeling very Everything that needed filing has been filed ............. and there is a bin bag full of paper to be shredded. The compost heap will be very grateful. Must get it done ready to mix in with the broad bean haulms which will soon be ready for the heap.
Now for a sit down and a large
What!!!???? She's going to present GW!!!! ????
Seaside windmills ... I dot a few around the fruit patch and around newly sown seeds ... seems to work.
What about these?
I might well join Pdoc for at least some of Glastonbury ...... it may distract me from my paperwork shuffling ....
Rose sawfly caterpillars - I snip off and bin any leaves affected - they seem to like some particular rose varieties while leaving others totally alone.
Like many large perennials it takes a few years to develop to it's full magnificence ... the RHS website suggests 2-5 years to ultimate height https://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/4709/Crambe-cordifolia/Details
That being said, willow herb seeds prolifically and is highly invasive ... Most Gardeners yank it out at first sight unless they have a very large wild-style garden which can accommodate it.
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Can you post some photos please, to give us some clues? If the photo doesnt upload try reducing the size.
Good morning all A more comfortable night ... Now OH is making coffee ...