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hi caz, start with the little tree in the tool bar and follow the instructions
which way does it face and hw much ground to cover Mme? and it the soil well drained and dry or solid dried out clay
pretty low here, though other insects on the increase. still hopeful
I feel everyone should take responsibility for their own actions. If that action is acquiring a cat they should think about the effect it has on other people and the balance of nature.
a photo of the problem would help tj.
When the pots get really full of roots it's hard for the plant to take up enough water to see it through a day.
This is the one I've got. It's called Bittersweet in my very old wildflower book.
Everyone has their opinion on the poisons subject and everyone is entitled to that opinion. If it's tiresome to defend one's own opinion then don't do it.
I'm never sure which night shade is which Wo. My neighbour always calls this one deadly nightshade but that's what I call Atropa bella-donna.
The one I'm talking about smell disgusting when it goes through the shredder
Are you sure that's Solanum crispum? It looks very small flowered and weedy. A bit like a sprawling nightshade that grows here. Bittersweet