I think that would be wise. Not happiest on chalk.
make it a concrete foundation and bolt it down. Could even give it a couple of courses of bricks to make it taller. Ours is still where we put it over 10 years ago
8 hours of sunlight on which day?
It's the same every year, as Dove says, but it changes through the year. From least at the winter solstice (December) to most at the summer solstice, (June).
It's in my mind that they break up but they never break down. I don't know if this is still true. Plastic is a product of the oil industry and not something I would put on my compost heap
Both those geraniums are Geranium pratense which is naturally straggly.
G. renardii is quite compact, flowers very early but the leaves are quite attractive greyish through the summer
I don't know how much trouble they are but when mature they will bear fruit if they're happy.
The two names you mention are just cultivated varieties of the liquidamber.
Your neighbour hasn't spoiled your garden, you can grow stuff in front of the fence.
Don't let your anger and distress spoil the garden, that is a much more serious problem
NGS not NHS if the previous link is the one referred to
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I think we have NGS, National Gardens Scheme, not NHS, National Health Service
article on NHS in GW?