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Planting under shaded bay window

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 23:02

re the euonymus, I think those evergreen ones that Fairy mentioned are v. good in shade. Not sure how well alatus would colour up. and don't forget it's not red for long before the leaves drop off and hasn't much else to offer through the year

gallery of shame

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 22:58

FIL always pronounced margarine with a hard g. He was a words man,

I.D. Please

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 21:02

any scent from the leaves?

Forgotten bulb/tuber - what could it be?

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 17:55

 Could be dahlia, it's not a bulb so that cuts out all that lot

Work

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 17:30

Retirement is great


Though I've never worked in an office and most of my working life was single handed

black eyed susan

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 17:00

the one in the neighbour's garden will be a rudbeckia I should think. You'll have to find a tactful way of asking for a piece without implying that he doesn't know what's what in his garden.


Cut the leaves off right to the bottom of the stems. If it was my garden, with its rock solid soil, I's pot it up til it got some root and leaves and plant out in autumn

black eyed susan

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 16:32

Black eyed Susan? Looks more like a hardy geranium.


The non-hardy plant Ladybird referred to is a Thunbergia. I've also heard rudbeckias called BES. This isn't either

Last edited: 07 August 2016 16:35:40

Manual hedge cutting or electric

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 15:24
Iamweedy says:

It could make a big difference what the particular hedge plants are like naturally.


My amelanchia hedge is loose and wilder looking. I am trying to trim it up a bit more but I rather like the more natural look. Some plants look better if they are not chopped back to rigidly suit our standards of neatness.


See original post

 I'm with you there iamweedy 

Leafless ornimental Cherry

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 15:11

They're not long-lived trees but that does seem a rather sudden end. Maybe someone else will have some suggestions re cause

Leafless ornimental Cherry

Posted: 07/08/2016 at 14:48

I don't think you can revive it. How old is it? Is the trunk damaged at all? Did it leaf up and stay nice and green last year?

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a couple of IDs please

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