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I should think so, they grow well in very stony soil
Love the path Liri. Lovely job
12 12 12 will be the percentage of NPK I should think,
100lbs of it per acre maybe
I don't know how you'd work out what proportion of the N was plant available.
Sounds like a question for a farming or smallholding forum
I think the friend that gave me this keeps the plant outside all year in a pot but he does have a very protected garden.
Must be right then Berghill
I can't see the pics very well but I think it might be a Viburnum tinus that's been eaten by the viburnum beetle
I was j going to sow some now fresh in the cold GH and keep some for spring Lyn. They certainly won't need the usual paeony chilling
Hi Vivi, to upload a photo start by clicking on the tree in the toolbar.
I'd start a new thread as well, call it weed ID or something that people know what it is
They don't come much uglier than that do they
If you're going to do that I'd remove some of the branches back to the top of the trunk, it might not look so bad then.
I've got the sound of big ploughing tractor and seed drill.
In the low sunshine I can see dragonflies lit up against a shade backdrop.