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I find it helpful to do it in really dry weather when the roots shrivel when they're left on the surface of the soil - if the soil is damp it's best to rake after hoeing to gather all the little be$$ers together and burn them
Hmm, the Bush family encourage the gun culture in the US. If the gun culture was less prevalent perhaps US dentists would be less into hunting .......... ok, a bit tenuous, but give me time
It crops up in our veg patch from time to time - I attack it regularly with the hoe as soon as it appears, and it retreats - it hasn't spread into other areas, but that's only because I'm on my guard!!!
In a previous home we had a new neighbour move in next door with 27!!! The cottage was one and a half rooms upstairs and the same down!!! Within a few months most of the cats had legged it to the nearby farms where they had much happier lives (and considerably more food)
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Dove? "purplish leaves"? I've got it here, but can't for the life of me give it a name right now been awake since 5 am and now struggling.
Dove? "purplish leaves"?
I've got it here, but can't for the life of me give it a name right now
been awake since 5 am and now struggling.
Extract from RHS website:
Oxalis corniculata https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=498 ?
My thoughts too Nut.
Bro has just lost some carp from his pond to otters teaching their youngsters to fish - but there's a whole river, some marshes and a decoy pond full of fish - they can share them
We do, don't we