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I don't know why lads love either Bilje. There's nothing romantic or erotic about that smell.
My Osmanthus ?burkwoodii is going downhill, literally. It was at the top of a slope and has been sliding down for some time. This last winter more erosion occurred and the shrub is now almost horizontal along the slope. Can I pin this down as a layering? The stem I would like to use is between 3/4" and 1" thick. My fear is of rotting, I know not everything likes that sort of treatment
Same as my bits of paper.
I think that's Artemesia abronatum, lad's love and many other names
If not, its Artemesia something else, there are several shrubby ones
No idea Peanuts. I tried it once and ended up posting an empty box
I looks like butterbur, petasites
Do you think that might be it?
Not an expert either but I'd agree with you there chicky.
We were promised rain yesterday. I watered in the new plants but left the shreddings mulch til after the rain. So do I hope to get rain in the next couple of days or mulch now before it gets any dryer
Barbara, Have you tried the old dianthus Mrs Sinkins? It beats all for scent
A big advantage of willow over bamboo is the price.
You can usually find a bit of willow to stick in the ground at no cost at all and you could do some those live willow weaving structures with the kids.
Shows how observant I am