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THANKYOU. You've put my mind at rest.
I'll introduce it to my saw!
Our Wisteria (25 years old and old friend) isclimbing in and has pushed a double glazed window off its hinges!! It will no longer shut properly . Can I cut the plant back to the main stem or will this kill it? It holds fond memories so I don't want to take it right out.
I've just learnt that a Ginko tree survived Hiroshima so can represent @Survival/Hope to come'. Having one in the garden would help me through a very bad time. Can I prune it to keep it a manageable size or will it grow in a pot? The latter sounds like hard work and not very rewarding!
Any ideas please?
It's a pain inthe neck and the sooner it's exterminated the better! Certainly shan't buy it!
LOADS of Pendulous sedge coming up in damp, shady spots in the garden.
How do I get rid of it? Some are big clumps. Burn it??!
Thanks for all your tips. I'll move the plant, water it less and give it a little food. I suspect it needs all of these. Thanks again everyone.
.I'll try moving it . Thankyou
About 13years ago I inherited my hoya from my Dad. Its positioned out of direct sun in a warm room. Dad got plenty of flowers. I've had none. A cutting from my plant flowered for a friend!!!Asking succesful growers for tips has proved unsuccessful. Last year in desperation I divided it and gave it a good prune. It is positioned out of direct sun in a warm room. I feed it with orchid food. I don't want to bin it but... ! Any ideas please? Many thanks.