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He was Mrs G, I've seen his contract
A metal newt? I like the sound of that
I think it depends on your approach to plants and gardening and the size of your garden Forester. I'm not thinking of getting rid of it
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I have the green alkanet in my allotment garden it's a very good bee plant. It can be a thug but it's easy to pull up.
I have the green alkanet in my allotment garden it's a very good bee plant.
It can be a thug but it's easy to pull up.
You can pull the top off but it hasn't gone, not on my soil
Philippa, do you mean ivy leafed toadflax, Cymbalaria muralis, grows in walls?
Deutzia is a possibility
chippings won't slide as easily as gravel but they will slide with the weather and the birds poking around for insects. I wouldn't use a membrane, apart from not liking the effect they have on soil and soil structure, they're more slippery than soil.
plant them behind something to hide the leaves.
The top one has very shiny leaves, I reckon that's Geranium lucidum. It's an annual, seeds madly but pulls out OK. If you grow it fairly hard it finishes with fantastic red leaves.
and green alkanet as stated
Quite disturbing. Yes David, Parkinson's is quite disturbing. Especially for those who can no longer enjoy this lovely hobby