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I do Lorna
Proper gardeners don't give the wildlife priority over the neat edges and mown grass Lorna They don't stand and admire some interesting insect that is defoliating a plant, or grow native 'weeds' in preference to fancy cultivars.
Any time between nowe and spring for me but if someone tells you different they're probably right. I make up my own rules and I'm not a proper gardener
Divide it if you can Lrna. Those named cultivars often don't seed the same as the parents
How lovely cornelly.
They're fungi. I'm jealous, I always wanted some of those. I think they're called earth star or something like that. Someone will correct if not
Yes Lou, I wouldn't be mowing after about mid December however long it grew
It depends on the weather. A warm wet autumn makes the grass grow and it would be very long and wet by spring if left.
NB, I have meadow and grass, I wouldn't describe any of it as lawn
I would say not Lou. They're quite rough on the tongue.
My brunnera seem safe anyway
Chiltern seeds usually have a few but all those coloured cultivars don't come true from seed.