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Totally agree, looks good and you're doing your bit for the other inhabitants of the garden.
When I dug a clump up there was a whitish corm at the bottom of this year's growth and some big reddish brown older ones lower down. Will all these make flowers in the future or are some of them finished?
or ants for the green woodpeckers to hunt?
On sotongeoff's link it says no fragrance. I wouldn't want a rose with no fragrance when there so many sweetly scented ones.
Don't know about apples but if it was any other tree I'd have one of those twin leaders out and train the other one upright.
I think a bit of scientific prodding is the way to go. smell, texture, content, solid or hollow, anything else you can think of.
I've never seen anything like that. How sure are you that they're eggs? I'd be looking at some sort of fungi, it being the time of year for fungi rather than eggs.
I'll second that
My aquilegias get mildewed most summers and I cut them back to nothing sometimes have to do it twice. They always come back.
Thank you. I'll have a look