kAY 5

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A new hedge

Posted: 26/01/2014 at 09:31

Thank you very much for the information, have plenty to think about, this is a project that needs a lot of thought,would like to do the work soon before the birds start nesting, weather still pretty bad but the best time to look in to long term hedging  

A new hedge

Posted: 24/01/2014 at 16:13

I have a badly cut hedge conifer type that was already tall when we moved here, the bottom has no green at all,so not very attractive with great holes through to the fields behind. No security, but loved by the birds at nesting time, would like to put in a hedge of Laurel,would like to take cuttings,a friend has a very large bush that he will be cutting down very soon. Do they make a nice hedge?,Do they require a lot of work? When do I make cutting and how?.  Is there some body that can help.


Posted: 16/08/2013 at 07:45

No LB but i have never seen so many butterflys and bees in my garden and allotment have loads of nice plants for them, so what do you do to have LBs.? It seems that the SEast is all the same. 



Posted: 16/08/2013 at 07:37

Sutton Wilko,s or free in my gardening Mag they all grow I think that if you start all seeds off indoors on a plate with wet kitchen paper in a warm light place then transfer them once they start to grow into warm soil in there trays, all mine grow great guns.this way the small greenhouse I have is full of full trays of growing seeds, parsnips carrots and toms I do the same way and no thinning out.  

Material for raised bed

Posted: 02/08/2013 at 09:14

Hi did you get your wood from B&Q ? I have been buying my wood from diffrent places over the last two years and have had great veg from all the beds total of ten large ones  I leave the edges and corners to grow herbs and flowers with great success, I think you have to try it. 

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A new hedge

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