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I think that they all prefer moist soil, but some are tougher and more able to tolerate drier conditions.
Some do cope better than others with sun. The paler the leaves the more shade they like.
Sorry OL played 1 won 1, champions form.
P1W1. It wont get any better.
Fine thanks OL, cant keep up with Morning forkers, so am lurking on other threads.
I think that if it did work you would find that in certain States in the USA, where nearly all rain storms are accompanied by lightening they would be producing the fertilisers for the rest of the world.
Secondly the cost of copper would far outweigh a lifetimes worth of fertiliser.
Nice idea though.
Yes, the shoots coming off from the leaf axils can be used for cuttings.
Some Spring flowering bulbs might be nice, if she can wait that long to see the flowers. Daffs. can be planted now.
I think Fg. has a good idea with Buddleia. It is for a good reason they are known as the butterfly bush, and there are now a number of dwarf cultivars.
Ornamental cabbages. Some people hate the look of them, but I find them attractive, and they change colour with the frosts.
Steephill is right. Rhodes leaves contain a substance that inhibits growth of nearby plants.