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I've got a pet spider, it lives under the rear screen wiper of the car. It's been miles, fortunately no rain, I don't know if it would cope with that. It nearly got lost this week when it built an extension across to a work bench and I needed to go out in the car.
It's not green at all now, no. and it was in a big pot. I'll take a photo later.
Perhaps I should bring it out of the GH in spring, leave it on its metal tray and see what happens.
It's one of those summer dormant plants which always seems a bit odd to me.
Logan says its not fully hardy, that plus the summer dormancy would put me off.
Unless it was very cheap
Which it won't be
Thanks Lyn, I'll keep you informed
start with the tree in the tool bar but it doesn't work from a phone (or so I'm told, never tried)
Start a new thread with it. People will have looked at this one and know the shrub has been IDd and may not revisit
Sawfly larvae have probably eaten the leaves and berberis do get mildewed if too dry. At this stage I'd wait and see what looks lively in spring. They can take any amount of cutting back, if necessary
Very handsome that one will find a mate
Would that finish it off do you think pansyface?
I think it has to be the council tip, maybe it's a bitl ighter now it's had a summer to dry out.
maybe OH will do it for me
I'll just have the garlic and pasta thanks glily
Coals to Newcastle doesn't cover it gardeninglily. There are so many hellebores here from years of seeding that I had to have a cull last year.
My problem is an inability to say no when someone says 'do you want a.........'
Look at this Lyn
My first ever flowers