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plant everlasting sweet peas,dug up some yellow celandines growing in the wrong place,water new plants,potted Camellia into new big pot and then turned blue with the cold,me that is.
some one who enjoys gardening no matter what .
What did Joe swift do before he had an I pad?sad if you have to result to that.
Bamboo is very hard to get rid of and if you put a membrane down it will grow through it ,I know it came through the pond liner.you will need to really take the task of digging it right out ,its a pain not easy to eradicate.conifers will turn the soil sour and you will not be able to grow anything near them .
you can separate but be careful how you do it and use good compost and they will grow on ,I have one that I had from a yucca that died in that year too,I don't leave it out in the winter now,put it in shed.
well you should have access to some pretty good manure.
its against the law to pick wild flowers namely primroses and bluebells and many more ,if caught you are prosecuted.don't do it,the wild flowers have rough time trying to survive with out idiots picking them .
clematis Montana Elizabeth,in no time you ll have a lovely covering.
It most likely wilt,but hopefully you planted it deep.I have had clematis is that have had this but have come back and started shooting growth again because I had planted them deeper.The ones I didn't died and didn't re-grow from base.dont give up on it just wait and see.
no,not unless you want a messy lawn,leave well alone until its dried out and if you are doing electrically the combination of wet and electric don't mix.Its best to leave it to a dry day when the soil is dried out,tempting as it may be.