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When you like. Best when the leaves are off though, they're very easy, even I can do them.
They're fun in a glass of water in the kitchen, you can watch the roots developing.
Otherwise stick a piece in the ground
freezing fog here as well but half a laurel tree, felled yesterday, required chopping and shredding. So we did it. Nasty
But job done
Oh no Verdun, that's awful news.
and all the other alarmist new items
If you find a tree with seeds it's worth a try, it just takes rather a long time to find out if you've got a good one
I agree with Tetley. How long are you willing to look at that in your garden. It will annoy/upset you all the time.
Look for something that doesn't get phytophthora. RHS probably has a list of resistant plants.
I have it in an aucuba, I haven't got round to cutting it down yet. Sometimes it throws up some nice healthy shoots and gets a reprieve, but it doesn't last.
I thinks it's unlikely that you can. That will be a variety of cultivar and won't seed true.
I knew there was a reason I don't watch TV.
I'd forgotten what it was
One of the reasons
No music here Fin
Those big seeds look like acanthus to me as well