Are they what the flint knappers open up to build those lovely Norfolk houses?
I've seen them here a few times over 25 years but not often. They're so tiny though, I could be missing them. When I have seen them it's the song that's drawn my attention.
I don't have many oaklets but I'd be living in an ash/field maple/sycamore forest if I didn't keep on top of them
watch out for more tj, they're much easier if you get them as babies.
I reckon to go just below ground level. It probably doesn't do the loppers much good to be cutting in soil but it gets rid of the trees.
just the right place for ir Cloggie. Nice wisteria
but what about Claude Aubriet? Is he now renamed as Claude Aubret or Aubreti or what?
The winter Daphnes don't love me either Newb. I've convinced myself it's better to have a healthy well scented viburnum than a sick looking daphne
Right, I thought you meant they wouldn't grow there Verdun
Those are Cyclamen coum Redwing. They flower in winter with the leaves.
You're right Posy
The pink Viburnums are usually performing in December B-L