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I think if you go to your local market you might find your missing items. Many years ago my mother found that all her new plants and gardening tools kept going missing and so did all neighbours have the same problem.when the police caught the thief he was the post man who took his goods to the local market to sell and that included lawn mowers!
no as I cant see it,but it is always wise to keep the lapel as like me I forget.
yes and you will need female and male if you want those berries.
they are lovely but youll have to put a warning flag up.
leave the grapes but remove any big leaves around it and if the bunch gets bigger thin them out.
I think the buds are being attacked by some pest as mine has,the leafs turning brown may be a sign you have not watered it enough or it has wilt. I have sprayed mine with a weak solution of garlic as this deters pests but do not use on new planted plants as it will wilt them as it is to strong for them until there stronger.
true about garlic it does work to a decree as do beer traps,dog biscuits and many more things including birds and frogs but you will never ever get rid of slugs and snails and keeping them at bay is hard work .
it might help to grow a willow hedge so as the wind can go through it and disperse instead off full force knock down on plants,if something is solid it will blow hard against it and like fences break them to pieces .
looks like where its rained then the leaves are scorched by the sun,but most likely frost damage or rust but more likely frost damage.
I think monty said to leave plant alone taking off leaves that turned yellow and it will pick it self up in no time(watch gardeners world as I might be wrong).My friend who lived in the country where this lovely plant grows informs me it grows like a weed over there.