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will you prolong flowering of foxgloves by cutting back stems that have finished flowering
thanks have looked at link . Going to get one
its about 4sq meters i think
its very shaded a glimmer of sunshine in the morning. thanks
we have just built a covered outdoor cooking area which has left a shady patch of garden just the side of it could anyone recommend any plant that would be best suited there .
Thanks that was a good video very clear know what to do now with my rose job for tomorrow weather permitting
thanks mike not got much idea about roses as you said confused about cutting back and pruning .
Have a climbing rose had to move it last year as i did not like where it was, hardly any roses, it grew quite nicely once moved and had several lovely roses. Do i need to prune it or just leave it alone to do its thing.?
i agree cosmos (seashells) look pretty, and my stocks and dahlias have germinated quickly in a un-heated green house so on a windowsill should be fine i think