Sowed 80 seeds of sweetcorn swift, and 40 each of cobra french bean, white lady runner bean, and borlotti beans which are this years experiment. They are all in the conservatory away from the mice.
I agree. remove the rope. Cut it hard back, it will regenerate and you can then prune new shoots to give the shape you want. I have slaughtered mine on several occasions, it still grows back.
They look a lot like duckweed leaves. When I compost them they still appear like that afterwards. They don't seem to rot well.
I've been hardening off the sweet peas all week. Tonight is the first night they've been out. I covered them with fleece half an hour ago.
One of the willowherbs is what comes to mind.
I have just had a tiny goldcrest on the mealworm fat block. We often hear one, but its five years since I last saw it. I've never had it on the feeders before. It's made my bank holiday.
Why on earth do you want a Leylandii that will put on three feet a year and be impossible to trim .?
But what will the hedgehogs eat?
They are one of the first things I grew as a kid. Fast growing to keep it interesting.
I've got a modelmaker on hand to do a prototype.!!