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Bottom line...

Posted: 23/01/2016 at 10:08

Only if you let the ivy completely cover the hazel so no leaves can be seen. Ivy isn't parasitic and the aerial roots only cling to the tree, they don't feed from it.

Garden footwear

Posted: 22/01/2016 at 21:21

I've got some of these, they last years even with my rough terrain

https://www.howsafe.co.uk/footwear/work-boots/cofra-goya-s3-safety-boot

and some insulated Derris for when it's really wet under foot. 

 

Garden Pictures 2016

Posted: 22/01/2016 at 18:56

Don't despair Firecracker. Most of us had to work up to a good winter garden.

 

Is this chick weed?

Posted: 22/01/2016 at 18:21

Are there any with true leaves yet?

It might be chickweed but also resembles the one with blue flowers, bird's eye?

 

Tree suggestions

Posted: 22/01/2016 at 17:37

B-L's birches sound good to me, natural looking but with the extra edge of very white bark.

Not evergreen though which Elena wanted. I wouldn't have evergreen in that situation. You can't completely block a view except with something like leylandii which is uglier than the building. You need something in the foreground to draw your eye away from the thing behind your trees

Tree suggestions

Posted: 22/01/2016 at 11:00

A potentially lovely rural scene. If you're in the UK I'd avoid anything obviously alien like eucalyptus. They can be lovely trees but I'd use something more in keeping with the landscape.  

Willows

Posted: 21/01/2016 at 23:42

not with cuttings Tetley

I think it's how I look after them, (or don't look after them). I know where to cut and all that stuff. 

Willows

Posted: 21/01/2016 at 17:54

When you like. Best when the leaves are off though, they're very easy, even I can do them.

They're fun in a glass of water in the kitchen, you can watch the roots developing.

Otherwise stick a piece in the ground

Anyone done any gardening today?

Posted: 21/01/2016 at 13:34

freezing fog here as well but half a laurel tree, felled yesterday,  required chopping and shredding. So we did it. Nasty

But job done

WARNING!!!!!!

Posted: 19/01/2016 at 18:19

Oh no Verdun, that's awful news.

 

 

Discussions started by nutcutlet

I just had to share this

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Last Post: 25/01/2016 at 07:45

What do I do now

kiss of death to houseplants 
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A new bloom from the NYD flower count

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Last Post: 02/01/2016 at 20:02

Cutting old hellebore leaves

ericsmithii 
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aaron gardens

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Last Post: 14/12/2015 at 12:52

coppicing the hazels

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Last Post: 19/11/2015 at 17:32

Hedychium?

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Last Post: 06/11/2015 at 20:36

How long for ground elder to die from starvation and dehydration

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Last Post: 30/09/2015 at 10:48

Hydrangea cuttings on behalf of Bruce Weston

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Last Post: 22/09/2015 at 10:39

Have I killed my bearded irises?

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Last Post: 20/09/2015 at 20:53

not water mint

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Last Post: 17/09/2015 at 20:18

Forum trip to Kathy Brown's garden near Bedford

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Last Post: 23/09/2015 at 15:19

Today's trip

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Last Post: 04/09/2015 at 09:59

ID please

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calling the forum cooks

cheese scones 
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