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When did you cut it?
I'm still going with the bryony
We should have seen what it was like but it's all a long time ago now. My garden was wild and jungly when I arrived but it wasn't nature. It was what happens when former agricultural land and rubbish tip are combined and neglected for 30 years.
Tamus communis, black bryony. Rather beautiful but don't eat it
that's pretty fine Lulu
seems to work for me
the blue tits are part of the balance Steve. But once you decide you're going to eliminate part of that balance it all goes ............
find your own expression, I deleted the one I chose
The majority of garden insects do no harm at all. I don't kill much, I might squash the odd slug or snail but never use poisons. Some sort of balance is achieved, I don't suffer much damage.
No chemical ever does exactly what you want and nothing else.
eg. a course of antibiotics or chemotherapy. They don't just do the job, they have side effects.
I've got one on a catalpa and that hasn't complained