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I had a pair of secateurs that spent 2 years in the compost heap. OH renovated them and they were Ok til I picked them up in an armful of sticks and threw them in the shredder.
Then there was the pruning saw that I found hanging in a willow tree after about 3 years. That was past renovation though
Anglesey Abbey. That seems like a long while ago Panda
Pheasant berry where I come from
Or Himalayan honeysuckle.
After the rainy season starts in autumn would be fine.
I've just dug one up and potted it because it had seeded in the wrong place. I wouldn't put it in the garden now. Though I might if my soil was better.
We'll cope BB. You'll find us
I have poor face recognition skills at the best of times. There's one of me somewhere on the transport for flooded gardens thread.
Either of those would be good
I think Prunus lusitanicus, Portugal laurel
Are we going to need a way of recognising each other? I was relying on Busy B looking like her avatar but she says she's not wearing the red dress and blue gloves on Friday
The nursery bit could be expensive if they've got anything nice.
I need a couple of smallish shrubs for a shady area I've just de-nettled
Anything's better than a michaelmas daisy.
Some of the hardy geraniums, G macrorrhizum, G nodosum and G, phaeum would do OK.
Woodruff is a lovely native woodland ground cover.