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starlings love them too!
yes it is the natural way and is cheaper and nicer.
I love heathers but they dont like my garden as its heavy clay soil.They grow beaautifully on the Quantocks and I belive there are many species (wild that is).
my clematis called Indian star,flowering away over my arch.
not one of those shrimp plants is it?
I re-use mine as mulch or put it in the compost.
yes, done it many times with,hazel,Hawthorn,lavender,Rosemary,and thing but laural.
I am still planting bulbs even with all the rain.Although i will stop by next month.
you need to be careful as you grow older because for some reason they home in on you .Like my neighbour who has been ripped off by certain types for cutting her trees or doing jobs for her house.I now cut her hedge for her and bits but cant do all of it.I think you have to go on recommendation and dont pay up front.
such a moving service and the silence was perfect.