Our Virgin tv and internet cable is in trunking like that. Its laid along the boundary line under a hedge.
Broccoli this year have a few wrigglers. They start swimming when salted. Odd one makes it to a pan of boiling water and it then gets fished out.
I always wash veg from the garden in salted water. That's better than one request I had.
"A bottle of hydrochloric acid please. "
What are you using it for?
"I've been told to wash the cabbage in it."
I think the stem on number 2 is very elder like. (sambucus niger) Try again when it has some leaves.
We bought a cut Nordman last week from our usual place. It is outside in a bucket until I clear some space for it. I went to lidl today and succumbed to a three footer pot grown for £16.99 We will have it on the patio. I've just got to venture into the attic for the decorations.
I already have a hellebore in flower that I wouldn't have expected until February. Two feet away a hardy Geranium palmatum is still flowering and a wargrave pink. Primroses also in flower.
If you have a drive around snowdonia, there are piles of it by the roadside. Most of it is classed as waste from roof slates. Some is being upcycled.
I would be spending too much time out there in my wellies (or dry suit) poking around in the seaweed. You have a lovely view, Liri.
Monkey puzzles don't need a lot of heat. If they have germinated, I would take them out of the propagator and into small pots of loamy compost or garden soil. Then keep them in a cold greenhouse or cold frame over winter, just giving them protection from the worst of the weather.
If it gets too dry, the leaves start to curl. At that point I water it and make sure it drains well.