I think that must be the trick. I must try it with tulips.
the slugs that are eating them are very small and do the most damage.
my daffs are blooming amongst the cosmos and sweet peas.I planted them in march hoping they would safe in the ground as I have very little storage but what a surprise!
no ,but one thing to say is always get a good sized greenhouse as otherwise you will spend time wishing you had.
depends if you like using weed killer, and yes if you leave anything behind it will re-grow that's why you make sure you don't ,and even weed killer cant get to it all.
most likely blackfly which loves elder and marigolds .
that's bind weed and it will grow every where unless you get the roots right out of the soil. very pretty white flowers but will strangle your plants.
he does his job well and I enjoy the programme ,all presenters are different in there approach to gardening .
neither. glass is best and lasts longer.
I had to prune mine this year as it got to heavy for the support .If its a young one leave until a bit strong before pruning.