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I think you need a good big shredder Jap. It reduces branches and twigs from a mountain to a small hill
I should think the new growth is very willow-like
These plants are grafted onto some other willow rootstock at that is throwing up shoots. Remove them, they'll be bigger than Kilmarnock in no time
Anyone got any further ID on this one?
Gypsy, you need to start another thread to get some replies. Too confusing IDing 2 plants on one thread
I'm a bit iffy Snoodle. Lots on in August and a b......y long way. But have a good time all and I'll join you on another trip if I don't make this one.
I didn't know it was lightning strikes. I thought it was about drunken husbands
If it wasn't for my bats and great crested newts I'd be feeling very jealous of you two, Dove and snowathlete.
I haven't seen a hedgehog for years
There's a world full of life Aysha and it's not out to get you. Silver birch is dropping seed at the moment, not harmful. Relax and enjoy your garden.
Trees drop some leaves in summer. Only a problem if you make it a problem.
I know what you mean Dove, that sounds a great idea. I wonder if I can fit one in
Maybe I have though, somewhere under the bindweed
No fractures yet Philippa
But lots of aches from working in holes and on slopes
I am the owner of a garden that is built on things that have been dumped in the past. It's still sinking in places after 22 years of our residence. The main culprits in the long term sinking are buried tree branches. They have a very long breakdown time.