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I'll try and be kinder.
I think it's too late for those roots though, they've been in the air since around October.
Burying her head in the sand isn't going to help the situation
We shall see Buttercup days.
I might offer it to a friend who's better at that sort of thing.
Not till after I've had the flowers though
I'd dug it up and discarded it in the autumn Dove but it never reached the compost heap. I think it was 'Sweetness', lovely, nicely scented. but stops flowering after a couple of years for me
Trifolium rubens isn't a bush whatever it looks like now, You can cut it back
That's where it all goes wrong Dove. Things in the house can be ignored; dust, heaps of paper, grubby wash basins.
Not plants you think? I'm out of my comfort zone here
That's a pretty comprehensive answer Ian. Pity you weren't here in 2014 when the question was asked
I did think of that rose bush when I saw this Dove
No, but the heron reduced the population last year and I don't know how many I've got left.
I laughed when I saw it in the garden and I still laugh every time I look at the photo.
Are the leave always two-tone Philippa?
thanks for the name, when I won it I as told it was an agapanthus. Even I know better than that.
How do I not kill it?