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You needanother apple tree to go with the Braeburn,
a list here, http://www.orangepippintrees.co.uk/pollinationchecker.aspx?v=1008
conference is self fertile but is said to do better with another
see here, http://www.orangepippintrees.co.uk/pollinationchecker.aspx?v=2027
I've grown Conference as the only pear and got a crop, the Vics had other plums and I've never grown Braeburn.
Hi Philippa, Phytolacca americana might not like a hot dry site but it doesn't get damp soil in my garden and is fine.
I agree with KEF
We've had enough 'stuff' over the last little while, let it go
Alan that's going back so far. I'll see if I can find the recipe.It wasn't that great and you might like to add something else to it. A bit 'rose hip syrup with a bite'
What is (was) it?
and how long has it been there?
I do mine in pots RM. Too weedy here to do otherwise
The world outside the garden passes me by lily
I agree, no doubt at all it's a phytolacca.
Why do you think it isn't Maharg?
Sounds a good plan KS. I didn't use a drill but the crocuses planted in narrow holes in the lawn are the ones that are still there