To Nut, Tina and Rebecca for such quick responce to BEE petition
I HOPE WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
we were out by a river today and saw several peacocks, amazing
when u concider the cold we have had!
HOW BIG AN AREA?
ARE YOU RICH?
IF YOU HAVE ANY LARGE TREES AROUND
IT WOULD BE THE DEVIL TO KEEP CLEAN!
But i can see the attraction no mowing!
good luck !
I HAD TO SMILE WHEN I READ YOUR WATER PROBLEM. IT BROUGHT TO MIND
DESERT PEOPLE WITH ANIMAL SKIN WATER CARRIERS JUST LIKE A SHOULDER BAG!
sorry i am not helping,
I LIVE TWO FLIGHTS UP FROM MY GARDEN, SO I KNOW THE PROBLEM.
I HUNG A HOSE OUT OF THE WINDOW TO FILL A TUB BELOW.
GOOD LUCK WITH IT
AS WE GARDENERS ALL LOVE BEES.
I wonder if you have seen the NEW PETITION
I saw it on the RSPB site.
LETS GET THE MESSAGE ACROSS, PUT WILD LIFE FIRST!!!
yes rust is a problem on mine, but i just remove the leaf that has it
and it does not seem to hurt the flower stem at all.
I love both, and sow foxglove by scattering seeds in a shady
area then transplant when large enough.
hollyhock i sow in pots.
I have seeds growing on bedroom window sill.
CERINTHE, CORNFLOWER, COSMOS,
MORNING GLORY SWEET PEA
MARIGOLD LOVE IN A MIST.
I planted STIPA GIGANTIA. a tall golden oat grass,
and it seeded everywhere, but i like it.
we have about thirty around the flats where i live.
three of us regularly feed them. and put out water.