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I wonder about one of the x cantabrigiensis type, That bit stuck out to the lef, looks like an old geranium stalk and lucidum won't have that.
no, that's for vampires, I'm getting confused
You'll get more suggestions if you start a new thread for that Elizabeth
That tree needs to go Linda
No, they need to be ripe, sorry
Open at the bottom so the devil doesn't sit in it
or, more logically, the way up that looks right to you
I would worry as fungii feed on dead or dying wood. You don't see them on healthy trees
13mm last night, not much rain but a lot of noise
You won't do it any harm. If you cut it right back you'll get new leaves (but no seeds)
I just looked at the met office radar images Fishy. I think our chances of rain are fairly small but there are some heavy ones in the south at the moment. Maybe they'll come our way
There aren't many places in this garden that could be dug right now and I have the same problem as you. A long queue of plants awaiting a home
Is it?. What's the red one called?
But the yellow bit looks really insignificant for a cultivar.
Maybe the red one is a new cultivar