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Good luck with those, I'm sure you'll have success
Must be a good plan Fairy
Euphorbia lathyris. It's biennial. Watch for the white juice that exudes when the stem is damaged, it's a skin irritant, can be nasty
How about a fruit tree? You can get apples on various rootstocks, get the size you want
Sorry Jack, they are enormous trees. 100 ft or more and wider than your garden
5m x 8m garden. Sycamores out now Jack.
They're fast. Leave it much longer and you'll need a tree surgeon rather than a saw
Everything seeds in a gravel drive, I'm going to try and remove a couple of Clematis recta seedlings tomorrow, then I might have to go down the chemical route
I think if they got covered that might stop them flowering for the year.
Species paeonies make seed. Those double ones don't
Might be a soloman's seal, there's plenty about. But I thought you had the Arum italicum, I couldn't remember any alliums
They will have germinated last summer and over-wintered. They often do that, the biggest best specimens come that way