Register with us or sign in
try your local garden centre or
I have a pear tree with a label on saying its a cherry. I got a replacement and got to keep the pear.
How long have you had the garden?
Cut the head off an inch below the last flower. Let it die down naturally. Keep the bulb in a frost free place until next year. Replant into rich compost next spring. Good luck.
Philadelphus doesn't take over. It could be a cornus that has been cut right down, and then regrown.
There used to be a poppy called hen and chickens that used to do that. You could save the seed and see if it does it next year, or it may just be like fasciation, caused by aphid damage of the growing point.
The shaft is longer than a normal spade for extra leverage. I'll give it a go tomorrow and let you know.
Ooh, very dangerous....
Last week there were a lot of moths on the buddleja at dusk. (no idea what sort). tonight, warmer weather, not one.
No it won't even itself out.