lindapalmara


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Dividing perennials

Posted: 27/09/2017 at 14:40

Thanks for the advice.  I might leave it till next month but I need to move it as I want to screen the BT box in my front garden.

Dividing perennials

Posted: 27/09/2017 at 14:20

I have a huge orange daisy like plant which is too big for where it is.  I can't find the name.  Can I divide it and move it at the time of year?

Lawn cutting

Posted: 10/02/2016 at 17:20

Thanks again.  Will check the weather

Lawn cutting

Posted: 10/02/2016 at 14:29

Is it too early to cut the lawn.  With the warm spell in December it grew quite a bit and I've seen my neighbour doing his.  Is it too early?

Planting a new tree where another one died

Posted: 06/04/2015 at 19:06

We had a Cotoneaster tree in our frnot garden for 30 years.  We loved watching the Fieldfare strip the berries in November.  It died last year and we had it removed and the stump grubbed up.  We want to plant another one, a Cotoneaster Hybrid Pendulus but my neighbour said if we planted it in the same position it is likely to die also.  Is there any truth in this.

Plants that don't attract babes and wasps

Posted: 22/09/2014 at 15:38

Thanks for your suggestions.  Looks like ornamental grasses then

Plants that don't attract babes and wasps

Posted: 22/09/2014 at 14:19

My 95 year old mother made me empty a herb bed under her kitchen window because it attracted bees and wasps and she had to keep her windows closed during the summer.  She has now asked me to plant perennials but nothing to attract stinging insects, as she has quite a phobias about them.  The bed is half circle, about 6 ft by 6 ft.  Any ideas please for something easy maintenance.

Pond blanket weed

Posted: 05/07/2014 at 21:59

Thanks for all your advise.  I will leave it for a while and maybe try old tights and some real Barley straw and keep pulling it out daily.  Thanks again.

How to tame a Hollyhock!

Posted: 03/07/2014 at 18:40

I have Hollyhocks seeding everywhere and last year we noticed them growing in a small space between the house and patio.  We left them because it reminded us of a holiday last year in the Ile de Rieu in France where they grown on in the gaps. However if they do damage I will take them up.  They are about 8 ft tall and just flowering!

Pond blanket weed

Posted: 03/07/2014 at 18:34

Thanks hogweed.  No I haven't got a uv filter but will look into this.  

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Dividing perennials

 
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Lawn cutting

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Planting a new tree where another one died

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Plants that don't attract babes and wasps

Perennials  
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Pond blanket weed

Can't get rid of it 
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LILY BEETLES

How to eradicate  
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Soil 
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LILY BULBS

Lily beetles 
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PELAGONIUMS

Annuals 
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CUTTING BACK CLIMBERS

Putting up new fence 
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LILY BULBS

When can I lift my lily bulbs 
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