Liz Sproston

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What is this Green Plastic Hose?

Posted: 07/12/2017 at 16:08

That's the cover for internet wires  connects from the street to house, should have been buried in a shallow trench.

Problem that you face in the garden

Posted: 14/11/2017 at 09:42

Sycamore seeds from the tree three houses away keep falling in my garden and next doors dog barks all day. 

Help with ID please.

Posted: 24/08/2017 at 15:06

Lesser yellow trefoil (Trifolium dubium), a member of the clover family. 

Mystery plant

Posted: 14/08/2017 at 10:40

Its a stock flower 

Help With Plant ID Please?

Posted: 03/08/2017 at 10:59

Evening  primrose, smells beautiful at dusk.

Things that make me squirm

Posted: 23/07/2017 at 14:02

The crunch snails make when you accidently stand on them trying to walk up the garden path on a rainy night.

What plant other than Ivy to cover up unsightly lower-middle class concrete bird bath with vulgar inscription on it?

Posted: 15/07/2017 at 14:36
wolf2 says:

Not for me I'm afraid. My garden is influenced His Royal Highness Prince Charles at Highgrove. When I open the garden as part of Open Gardens weekend  I shall be covering the earth with potpourri that has been specially selected by the Royal Horse Society under the direction of Prince Charles himself:

 Maybe you've heard Of it but to be honest I havent seen it for sale just in shops...

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 I'll be honest and admit I had no idea Highgrove was a communal garden 😮 that said I have to wonder how wolfs landlord and neighbours feel about random strangers wandering about outside their homes.

What plant other than Ivy to cover up unsightly lower-middle class concrete bird bath with vulgar inscription on it?

Posted: 08/07/2017 at 14:45

I'd suggest concentrating on your own garden before sorting non existant  problems in other peoples gardens and wild areas.

ETA Failing that, get a higher fence.

Last edited: 08 July 2017 14:47:06

fern plague

Posted: 30/06/2017 at 17:20
wolf2 says:

treehugger80 says:

you should never dig up wild plants for your garden, for a start its illegal.

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 These ones are legal as there was rubbish and shopping trolleys around so they werent happy there.

Is it potentially damaging to my other flowers, then. Because I can plant them back if necessary.

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 Legal according to whom? And how do you know they weren't happy ?

It makes no difference that the plants were growing amongst rubbish, you can't just take wild plants home with you. 

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