Very wildlife friendly with all the logs and planting and stones watery. I like that.
Agree with treehugger.
I had a Physocarpus, something Gold. It was stunning for a week or two early in the season and then the both boring shrub in the garden
Nice one Lucid, good to see the construction story
I should think you have to start when it's very young and bendy.
don't take the bark off Lou
you could pot the olive into a cheapo plastic pot and bury it in the big one
look at the graft point. If a stem comes from below that it's a sucker, if it comes from above it isn't.
I have some come through most winters. More reliably where they're grown hard, no food, no water, dry soil. Soft ones might go under in a hard winter
can you get a tap fitted somewhere on the pipe before it goes through the water softener?
Lou12 says:Daft question, is it possible to propgate in water so you can see the roots grow?See original post
Daft question, is it possible to propgate in water so you can see the roots grow?
Willow is very good for this, you can watch the roots from little white dots on the stem all the way to real roots. Quick too, great for educational stuff.