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can I prune my primroses

Posted: Yesterday at 19:18

I grow the natives, P. veris and vulgaris, cowslip and primrose. They seed into grass paths and get mowed, often before they've finished flowering, but they come back every year

Plant ID, updates and confirmations.

Posted: Yesterday at 18:20

Hi Jack, you need to give them plenty of space for the future. None of them will look as impressive if they're squashed by another. Then you need to think about the amount of shade cast in your garden. That might not be a problem, I like shade and shade plants, you might as well

Black Eggs on Garden Wicker Furniture

Posted: Yesterday at 18:14

Can you get a photo? Your description sounds like mould and the fact that you can't hose it off suggests that as well

What grows in dark/dry areas?

Posted: Yesterday at 13:55

The greens and whites look good in shade.  Bright colours don't look their best

Identify weeds

Posted: Yesterday at 13:53

Yes, that doesn't look like the weedy one. How many plants are there. The weed never comes in singles

Laburnum tree

Posted: Yesterday at 11:45

A photo would help

I have lichen all over one of my laburnums but it doesn't kill the branches.

 

pruning shrubs for growth

Posted: Yesterday at 11:41

I have a multi-stemmed laurel. Some of the branches were leaning over the road so we cut them right off, back to the ground. There is now a nice bushy plant on half the laurel. This winter we'll take the rest off and we'll be back to a bush.

alkaline soil

Posted: Yesterday at 09:51

This is Jasminum polyanthum? I don't think that's  very hardy , you might need to pot anyway

Transport needed for flooded gardens

Posted: Yesterday at 09:46

Hi Rosie,

A square metre  or metre and a half required for mine. They'll go in the back of my car with the back seats down but wouldn't go in a small boot.

I can do 50 miles no problem,a bit more maybe. 

These are the plants

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/42666.jpg?width=339&height=350&mode=max

 Ignore the euphorbia creeping in from the side, that's in the ground.

Not much of a pic is it but I'm not much of a photographer

 

help needed identifying weed

Posted: Yesterday at 09:14

Does it pull out leaving nothing behind Bob?

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