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I have sedum iceberg and I tie them on stakes and cut back others,they grow back again quickley.I think with all rain they grew fast and flopped.but they are better staked.
I am afraid its a thug and will take alot to get rid of if at all.
yes as long as poison you used is not left.we had a bad time with rats and we had to get the council in to help get rid of some of them.you will always have mice and rats around but you have to try not to put scraps of food in the compost even fruit.They also find compost heaps good for breeding.Do not leave bird food available loose.We have a neighbours cat who keeps the rats and mice under control (catches a lot).you will never get rid of them.
I have made a rosemary hedge for my sons small garden.It grew quite quickly and we trim it into shape.Smells lovely when you brush against it.you can also make a disinfectant from Rosemarie and air freshener.
one way to get rid of your weeds is to make them into a feed.just like comfrey and nettles put into bucket of water and make sure the weeds are coverd.leave for a week or so then drain the liquid into a container and dilute a small amount into a gallon of water and use to fertilize your plants.The leaves left put on heap as they are now dead and the seeds renderded useless.Thats what I do.you will always be weeding and thats part of gardening.using poisons is not the answer.
yes your right ,just found the label .Aeoninm.I bring mine in the winter . mist each day ,water when dried out.you can grow more from leaves.sorry could not get straight back.
In 1976 when the great heat was on we were encouraged to use grey water and we did not directly on plants and we used it for the lawn.I still use it when there is a drought hose ban for the lawn but not my plants. I do use it also to wash the paths and steps .
I have them and I cant remember either must dash to the book look it up.
I have clematis that is suppose to be a double head type and in deed it was till this year and now its decided to be single.Is it the weather or is it reverting to the original?
I quite a agree if you are putting your car there but alot of houses with drives but I think it is growing trend to gravel over lawns.Its a hate or like thing.I Hate it.