you can always find something to kill something. Not a road I'd recommend
primrose seed is best sown fresh, even green, then left outside over winter
But if you've got the seed sow it, don't wait, it won't get any fresher
chicky says:Visited Wisley today and noticed two patches of the stuff. Both look dreadful .......shame on you RHS See original post
Visited Wisley today and noticed two patches of the stuff. Both look dreadful .......shame on you RHS
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Great score Buttercupdays
That's good to know Bob
let it be green, It will be damp, you can't alter that.
Grow something that hangs down over it
because we're gardeners not carpet fitters.
Because nothing lives in it
Because it looks boring to start with and worse with time
Flower May probably.
I think at that size they must have been there last year, maybe hidden behind something?
I regularly drive past some artificial grass that's been there for a few years. There has been a colour change to a most 'ungrasslike' shade.
But perhaps the advertiser will be long gone before that happens
Great raisingirl, I have wildflowers and my pears/apples/cherries are the wild version as well. I think they count as they get smothered in bees