they'll put up a fight but if you wreck them the bits will regrow.
Little plants grow quickly and grow to fit their space.
I don't think you'll kill them. Many have tried without success
if it's become bog like, and it wasn't previously, have a look at water/drain pipes
If you mean save them in pots I think you'd have to do a lot of potting on. I had a selection like that this time last year. I planted them all out, lots flowered, a few are going to flower this year
It will have an even bigger root to move by autumn
I'd get on and do it now.
laurel is as much of a thug as leylandii and of little use to wildlife. I'd plant a mixed native hedge or a row of different shrubs
looks a bit echium to me
I think your roses are OK naus _dexter.
7 leaflets is alright.
I collect mine and sow in pots of gritty compost rather than trays, more depth and less space taken up.
Come winter there are rows of this and that standing outside the GH