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Euonymus europaeus

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 20:11

No, no thorns

Which cotoneaster?

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 19:12

Oh Yes Hostafan. I see a lot of gardens 

Which cotoneaster?

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 18:17

and cotoneasters just stick their elbows out so you bang your head weeding

Mr Blobby treatment. I like that, describes it exactly. I think some people that see no further than a bright coloured flower, completely oblivious to an ugly shaped shrub.

I once visited a garden where everything was trimmed up like that, looked awful and the owner was really proud

Which cotoneaster?

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 18:09

Good point about having room Hostafan. If you haven't and you  start hacking at them the lose their lovely shape, all of them.

Which cotoneaster?

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 18:04

Cornubia is good and tree like

Hybridus pendulus as a tree is grafted and is a weeping tree, It's a ground cover one grated to the top of something else.

C.lacteus is definitely a bush, not so brightly berried.

Google them and see which one you like the look of

NYD flower count 2015

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 16:42

Righto Philippa, message received

Suburb, if you post a pic of the one you're not sure of someone will recognise it

cornus dogwood cuttings

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 16:40

They lose their leaves in winter. 

If it has lost them due to weedkiller I wouldn't bother with cuttings, the weedkiller will have been absorbed.

Otherwise they should be fine. I find they layer very well if you can get stems down to the ground


Posted: 04/01/2015 at 16:32

As well as mole hills my resident moles make very superficial tunnels that disturb the surface of the ground, your description sounds right

Cutting Back Hebe

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 16:04

They don't like a hack back do they

I hard=pruned some that had taken over a path, they did the opposite from Verdun's. They grew really well for the first season then died back a bit at a time

Onion weed

Posted: 04/01/2015 at 16:01

Yes, I've looked at the Bristol onion and I think you're right Marion.

A. vineale looks like the one that was marketed as A. 'Hair' a few years ago. That has made a mass of leafy seedlings but I haven't seen a flower since the first season.

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For the exchange of this and that between forum members 
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keep of the grass in winter

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Some berries to ID please

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