periwinkle seems to grow anywhere but can get a bit out of control if not carfull
yep move it now while the soil is damp it will be ok
i would cut back the <span style="font-size: 12px; line-height: 18px;">vertacal new growth to 3 or 4 buds and the cut out any damaged or crossing branches first then see how it go's let in more air and light
I think they will not recover as new growth don't grow when there cut into once brown it's dead i'm afraid !!
hello all i have an alottment and grow a fair bit on it during the summer ,winter it tends to flood a bit so only have parsnips and leeks on a raised part
i do,t think it would hurt to move still at the moment if the soil is still workable if i wanted um moved i would !
well you going to tell us how ?
all depends where you live
it has been mild of late though
Anyone Remember the half hour Lunch time Program Gardening Time With Howard Dury ????