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They'll take cutting into a hedge, just cut to the shape you want. I do it late winter/early spring. I don't know it that's the recommended way but it works for me.
Nice pics now DD
Have you been practicing
I sowed about 8 different own saved aquilegias.
and loaded hundreds of logs into a trailer and heaped up willow branches into another shredding mountain
Jo47 has been upset several times, maybe too much this time
jo4eyes is someone else, she's been around a long time though doesn't post very often
I strongly recommend that you forget the weeping willow. It's a massive tree that will dominate your garden, (and posssibly foundatiobns and drains),with little benefit to wildlife compared to those pansyface suggests, or some small natives such as hawthorn.
I don't see frogs here now and newts are very quiet
and don't forget all those tiny things in the food chain
This thread is going downhill fast
and in mine pansyface
Do you think Daryl has got fed up with us Luddites