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There is also going to be another series of the show he did where he advised people on their garden transformations, but I can't remember what it was called. No date known yet.
A sedge. Look good in the right setting but I always get them in the wrong place. Be careful when moving as the grass edges can give you nasty papercuts.
Propagator stuffed with seeds on Friday and 2 pots have germinated in less than 48 hours. All 'dead' pots emptied or put in gh when discovered to have plants in them. Top dressed cherry and plum trees in pots. Planted an english lavender and positioned solar lights around the garden.
If its just dead flower stalks you're ok to cut those back to the bush.
Lavender, you can cut it back to the start of the bush, maybe a little of the top but do not prune down to old wood. I don't feed mine and they don't seem to be worse off for it.
I have a mophead one and I don't prune it other than shoots going where I don't want them to. I can't comment on the bush type so I'll leave that to someone else on the forum.
I have that in my garden and its four foot tall. I give it a severe chop and it bounces back.
Forsythia, violets, primulas, muscari, anemone blanda, hellebores, pulmonarias, heuchera, cyclamen, nectarine, dog tooth violets, ribes sanguineun, scillas
Hi Ryan, I did mean you, sorry.
I too would like some akebia seeds to try, 10 will do. Thanks
I would go back to b and q after Easter and have a look on their reduced trolley, you might find something then. Maybe something like a lavender would cope with the wind, and then you could have some bedding around it. You could then change it throughout the year and keep it looking interesting.
I would think that no one is remotely interested in her bedroom. If it bother her perhaps a pair of closed curtains or slatted blind would be in order.