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I've got great leaves Jess, some are growing on the compost heap
Thanks Lyn, I've emailed you
Hi Edd, no sheep, the nibbling is from ground level up to 4 or 5 inches, We have assorted mice and voles, rabbits occasionally, mutjac, rats and that's about the lot.
Loads more dead bramble and blackthorn suckers through the shredder.
Anyone know what eats the bark of the young blackthorn? My suspicion is voles. I've seen the damage before but usually in hard winters when other things are under snow. We haven't had any lying snow, just a few flakes one night
That's how it goes Forester. No woodpeckers on my count but they've been drumming all round ever since.
I wonder how many of these plants have been ripped out of their native habitat to die in UK gardens
a brassica of some sort. Maybe what's left when the brussels sprouts have been picked
Is it in the house? It will grow long and lanky in the warmth with low light.
I'd start getting that outside on nice days.
and I would cut back the rambling bits
That looks like a member of the malvacea family to me.
Could we have a photo from the side that shows the base Vic?