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If there is I can't see it Joe.
What I like about that lonicera is the way the scent lingers in a sheltered corner even when the temperature is sub-zero.
My house is cedar clad. never had anything put on it. Built in 1960
Must mean leaving scars in it Welshonion
I've got both here and I'm quite happy with the blue and white but keep pulling out the pink. I don't like it
You might be lucky Kevin but you have cut off the business end of the roots. I'd cut some top back to balance them up and keep them watered but not drowned. Speak to them very nicely and they may survive. If one of them does it will be more than enough for a 5 foot gap.
I'd forget elder for a hedge cherokee. It grows too fast, gets all leggy. You can cut it back every year and have a decent barrier by the end of the season but half the year you have nothing.
£34!! That's a hell of a price for 6 bags.
two plants I love but have to keep starting again from seed;
Ragged Robin- too dry and Rehmannia elata - too cold
Look after it WOO2mia. We shall want to know what develops