Don't know anything about makes, sorry. I picked mine up as a job lot of tools in an auction. It's got a long handle which I like as I can stand on my log in the centre of the big bed and do most of it from there.
I don't have a dog at the moment as I'm not sure I could handle the committment. Maybe in the future, I like labs and German Shepherds too........ well I like all dogs
My cats will drink dirty rain water outside but inside they like theirs served cold in a pint glass!
Morning everyone, it's grey and damp here. So not sure if I'll be going outside,just when I was getting into it. Hope Wonky is feeling better.
I bury leggy stems all the time Busy Lizzie, I think the cosmos would be fine
I'd plant them, that's not that long to be hanging about
Those little flowers pack a punch, they are meant to be good for moths too Mine were always a bit of hit and miss, but last year worked a treat.
I've not long sown my first night scented stock Hefty, going to try and do repeat sowings so the fragrance lasts longer. OH has got a living wall idea going on near the back door might try and get some to take there just so it's easy to smell them
Had lots of success with fresh seed sown direct last year
Yes Lilacs smell beautiful, was chatting to OH about getting a lilac here
You know those little basket Jasmines you see around this time of year about, can they be planted outside?
Snap Hefty as soon as saw this thread, these plants are what I thought of. Beautiful scent that fills the evening air
Trying to grow scented honeysuckle and would like some jasmine too.
I heard the sponge idea too, thought it sounded like it could work well. The ice cube is a new one on me
Oh no Newbee, sorry to hear that! I'm sure some will come up and a lot you can tell what plant they are as soon as they start growing. It's not to late to start over either
That does seem to be the way Bob. Good find though!