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could a predator get at the compost bin Jane? If it could, it would. I have 3 former nests about the meadow that have been excavated. I blame the fox
Yes, they're all mutations that wouldn't survive without human intervention
They'll set their own seed davie, youcan move them to where you want them. If the flowers are just going over they won't be there yet.
(the structure of a flower)
You can see the seed forming very clearly in the last pic. Flowers aren't always the same shape but all the bits will be there
Cut it right back to nothing and see if it regrows. But do the cuttings in case it doesn't
I think they're distributed by aliens fb. I had several appear from nowhere last year.
worth a try but might be a bit too short of chlorophyll to support life life
I'd start a new thread with this Anthony. All the rose experts (that's not me) will have looked at this thread and commented already.
caper spurge, Euphorbia lathyris. That's been seen on the forum several time this year, it must be having a good year.
worth waiting for
your mould looks like lichen. lichen is dry and crusty and lives on trees without causing trouble as rule.
what proportion of tree is affected with brown leaves?