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Kay8, that pic looks like a daylily to me
At my mum's church they don't cut they grass, they grow wildflowers instead.
Would a hover mower work?
Supernoodle, that is what I have been told too
Don't cats sometimes eat grass? I'd be a bit worried about that too
Are you talking about bearded iris? The type with rhizomes on top of the soil? These are usually divided after flowering
I think you can get them with yellow or blue flowers too
I have the same seed compost, I had to sieve out all the big bits before I could use it. I haven't noticed any slow germination in it though
I think No.5 is a geum
The Cheltenham Chop! Doesn't quite trip off the tongue
There is a product called MO Bacter which is organic, they trialled it on Beechgrove Garden, I can't remember what the outcome was. Here is a link; http://www.pitchcare.com/shop/viano-fertilisers/mo-bacter-7-5kg-bag.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=google_shopping&gclid=CNONh4y2sr0CFcfKtAodJFoANw