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thymus-serpyllum-and-stone-circle

Posted: 23/08/2013 at 23:02

Thanks that all sounds positive. I suppose I could leave it to grow & flower.

Thanks for answering my query, it's appreciated.

Lorna

thymus-serpyllum-and-stone-circle

Posted: 23/08/2013 at 22:14

Hi I'm new to the forum and have done some gardening. What i'd like to ask is that I have bought a stone circle to put under the rotary dryer (evil necessity) and would like to grow an alternative to grass such as Thymus serpyllum within the circle which will be surrounded by normal grass. Can anyone give me some advice please?

I thought if it was mowed regularily it wouldn't grow too tall and would be good for the bees/smell nice too but I don't know if it is invasive or not.

Thanks

Lorna

 

small trees that attract birds

Posted: 08/08/2013 at 23:04

We have a white rowan & the birds love the berries, only fault with it is when the flowers appear the tree smell like cat urine - quite nasty. I don't know if the red Rowans are the same.  I also encourage the birds to the tree by hanging a fatball  holder, which they love. 

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