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I think that's Phalaris arundinacea var. Picta, known as gardeners gaiters. Is it spreading well? That would confirm
That's so small I can't see it GD
I only water pots and newly planted stuff at any time but this year has had no shortage of water. This normally dry corner of the UK still has green lawns and everything growing like mad
Something needs to be done here Liriodendron. If I stand still too long I might be overtaken by it
I've no objection to the use of glyphosate but it's very difficult in amongst the desirables
That is true
In pots outside NG. Then you can bring them inside if necessary in winter. Stand them up on something to keep the rabbits off,
I'm a bit dim and haven't really caught on to what you're growing. Are they hardy plants?
Dunno WW but can't think of anything better.
I do pruning and tree stuff through the winter. Shredding is a nice warming job then
That's the way it goes NG. The cultivated plum is grafted onto a wild one for the rootstock. I don't know if the plum would grow from cuttings but grafting is the way it's done
Rockery by the entrance then Jap