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10ft of boring bareness

Posted: Today at 13:52

good book that one Jo.

I think my H. p is more likely to die than get that big Verdun. It isn't happy.

10ft of boring bareness

Posted: Today at 09:24

It's not a twiner in my experience Verdun. Maybe I've been lucky

Lovely picture of it in BC's 'Woodland Garden' book. In winter looks great

10ft of boring bareness

Posted: Today at 08:43

Petiolaris will cling to a tree. Nice one at Beth Chatto's garden. Less nice one in my garden, it doesn't like the soil it's in

Cotoneasters are some of the easiest shrubs to please

population explosion of voles - help

Posted: Yesterday at 21:38

You've probably got mine Tetley, we've had the population explosion, less now. 

Mowing some areas is like riding a bucking horse. The holes get bigger all the time from use by various beasties plus some erosion

Betula jacquemontii

Posted: Yesterday at 20:42

2m is near enough. That will stop quite a bit of wind.  Short stakes are OK, the top can flap around as long as the roots don't.

Betula jacquemontii

Posted: Yesterday at 19:57

How tall is it?

orange/brown slime in pond!

Posted: Yesterday at 16:38

Whatever it's doing it's probably been doing it for years. My guess would be rusting iron pipes from higher up the drainage system. or, if your area is largely sand/gravel, staining from that. Some of the field drains around here are bright orange from outflow from the gravel washing in the gravel pits


Posted: Yesterday at 11:14

yes you can. 

What bird of prey would attack a skein of geese?

Posted: 24/11/2015 at 15:59

Just up the road from here

a funny little corner

Posted: 23/11/2015 at 22:07

good move Rosa

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ID please

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