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I try to keep mine over winter in the shed or sun room.I pot them and water very little.some will survie others not but its worth the try.
i have to say I kept mine at a low lwvel as this tree can over take the garden and grows at a fast rate.I took out one tree as it was becoming a problem.not a tree for a small garden at all .
cat,fox ,or badger.
make your own Comfrey ,easy to grow in the wild part of the garden and if you want pick it while out walking in the country.very good for all plants and so is nettles.
I tried but it failed,I think my clay soil did not help and i also tried to make chamomile seat but that didt work either.
gardening ,would it not be lovely if we could all be perfect at it,but the truth is we never stop learning and we all make mistakes and it does not matter what you do as long as you enjoy being outside and gardening.
no,lovely poem,....I myself love poetry ..just I cant remember the lines these days.
best to plant while the soil is warm.
digging up the borders and starting again.
and I give you....I walked out in my coat of pride and looked about on everyside....forgotten the rest.