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make sure the pot does not dry out. but not to wet at this time of year and keep out of the wind.
all winter to think about it, not a lot growing just now "happy edging"
the crescent edger is what i use, but keep it sharp use a grindette with a flapping disk if you can get hold of one or a good fine tooth file "keep it sharp"
all good points. i hope your choice does well for you "happy gardening"
willows like wet areas contorted willow does well in my garden, and it can get very wet when it rains.cuttings root very easily. willows in general like it moist
hi wendy, i have clump forming non invasive bamboo. i cut it as needed and take root cuttings with great success. hope this helps "meringue sounds good"
if you have never cut down a large tree before start with side branches cut as much as you can then go as high as you can and then cut in sections untill you get to the stump then happy diggng