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Thanks star, I'll let you know when I need it
Have you tried any in a gritty compost? No extras.
Seeds don't need fertilizer, and if you've got an open compost there'll be plenty of oxygen. They may have over-eaten and got indigestion
I have used glyphosate in winter, it does work but it takes a very long time indeed, months. You'd do better to dig now and let the winter do it's stuff on the soil.
I hope they turn up before I need them
I have to admit my only bee box was screwed to the wall by someone else. I've always just let them find their own homes in the past and I'm sure they coped very nicely but I didn't get to watch them. I'll have more bee homes next year
star, I said I would use the hats yet but have now realised I haven't got any to use, Is this some form of discrimination?
I haven't got any either MrsG but I don't want them yet.
One of my panels isn't glass, I'll have to check with OH later to see what it is. It's been OK so far, hasn't bent in a gale and blown out. Hasn't discoloured
It might even grow then.
If the leaf is hornbeam shaped it doesn't sound like a willow. I thought you meant the shape of the tree.
Hornbeam shaped leaves and catkins. might need a rethink. Are the catkins dangly or upright?