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Did you get them from Australia Red?
Yes Olivedog. If you don't move it before the leaves come on it will be harder to keep lively. Hazels do have a big root quite early in life. Try not to damage it.
Plants may not be making much progress but they shouldn't be going backwards. The rain and moister atmosphere will be easier on them than the dry cold winds.
In the top picture the spires are gladioli, with nasturtiums in front. Might be an astilbe on the left, I'm not too familiar with those.
The bottom picture has dahlias
As long as someone tells me where we've got to I'll be OK. I'm an old woman who wasn't that bright in the first place
TT that sounds really bad but it's nearly over.
Rain on and off here but it feels different from recent days. Or maybe it's all my imagination. I swing from despair to hope and back again several times a day
I don't think we've had the last frost but I'd seed a lawn. The days will be warmer and a night frost won't be a problem to grass.
I've done this with logs cut from my own trees and they don't last long. Treated timber should last longer. I used much fatter logs and as it was a wildish area wasn't too concerned about level along the top. I made them deliberately different in height and size of log to disguise the defects. Things soon grew over and into them.
As Silversurfer said, hazel. What was the clue there SS? I missed it
Rat does seem te most likely.