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how about drying? I don't know how to do it but there are apples in some dried fruit mixes
The series of books by Martyn Rix and Roger Phillips are very useful. Perennials, 2 books, early and late. Trees. Wildflowers. Mushrooms, that's excellent. Annuals and Biennials. Shrubs
I'm not allowed to touch a chainsaw Fg. I can't even use a vegetable peeling knife safely.
Time will tell on the storm stuff.
A cornus of some sort. You might get good autum colour. The young growth might have coloured stems in winter. If it doesn't do either of those it won't do anything else worthwhile
If it was just the one plants as opposed to an area of the plant I should think Bob's first suggestion is the one
I'll keep an eye out for them. I wonder if this storm will be as bad as predicted. It all gets a bit over-hyped in the press.
You don't need to bring your own saw Dove, we've got 2. Both petrol so powercut no worry
I don't Janey. It's nothing I've grown sorry
the little one is one ofthe weed geraniums but I don't recognise the other.