I'd forgotten the upside down rose. I wonder how it's getting on
The rose has been here for several years Hosta and the union (I read onion initially), is at the depth it was in the pot. Do you think I should put it in deeper? Can it go too deep?
They germinate very easily.
Thick fog here
But the birds are still singing.
I've got seeds to sow tomorrow and a new bit of grass to level and sow. I thought if I nipped out and did the rose now I'd be ahead of the game
It's going to better place. It's in brick rubble with a scattering of plastic and asbestos at the moment.
Is it too late to move a rose? There are no leaves to lose moisture, though there were before I took the loppers to it. It's Charles de Mills.
Very blurred but might be leather jackets, get the cardboard off and let the birds have a feast. Then dig and let the birds have another feast
Specsavers for you Dave
The stems look like potato vine to me but wasn't sure about the leaves when I compared them with mine. I think that's the most likely though.
I don't think it's Russian Vine.
Is this a current UK photo? Are we looking at an evergreen plant?
Is there any more information?, does it flower? can I see thorns there?
Another couple of shots might help