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Nerine sarniensis

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 22:14

I'd never heard of this one so I had a poke round and found some growing tips

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/3394801/How-to-grow-Nerine-sarniensis.html

I was disappointed to find it's not hardy. 

Forest School

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 22:00

Hi Dane

I've never come across 'Forest School', can you explain

Forum

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 21:58

The chat threads are here for those who want them Digger, those who don't want don't join in.

The garden discussion threads are here as well. I read and post on the threads I choose, that choice is available to all

What to plant under a tree?

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 20:38

I'd remove those two largest branches on the right  for a start.

Came across this ground covering shrub but need help identifying it. x2 photos

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 20:03

Do you reckon that's it Pete?

I had to dredge deeply for that 

No first hand experience, very alkaline here.

I've done a lot of garden visiting though

 

Help Identifying plants

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 18:09

Lemon thyme

I'd completely misjudged the scale.

I'd replace that, it's worn out

Agapanthus

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 17:45

I have some in the garden and some in a pot. I leave them where they are and the pot goes in a cold GH. I've brought it in already to avoid it being really wet when the cold weather comes. The potted ones have been in  their pot for bout 3 years.

Can I save this tree?

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 15:38

I wouldn't hold out a lot of hope for that one. Water will sit in the broken area and rot the trunk. A new branch won't grow from there. You can keep it while it still gives you pleasure or get rid of it now and plant a new tree. 

A cedar of some sort I think.

Couch Grass

Posted: 30/10/2014 at 15:22

Hi anderson, glyphosate doesn't need applying once a week. It works on strongly growing green growth. Respraying something that's already died back, or is in the process of dying back, is a waste of time and money.  A second spraying may be needed if new growth occurs. Don't rotavate til it's really dead, all those little bits will grow.

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