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Rather oddly, we don't even have a drain cover for the sewers in our garden. It was flagged by the surveyor when I bought the place. There is one in the gardens on either side!
One thing I can guarantee you is that if you cover it in heavy pots, it won't be a workman who moves them! They will stand while you do...
Hope you have succeeded, the secret to giving liquids via syringe is to tip the head up to 45 degrees, put the end of the syringe into the side of the cheek (like a pouch) and run it in gently.
It isn't that clearly defined. There has to be a court order. Bite means different things depending on the circumstances.
I'm going to put a crab apple in ours once I get round to it.
It is actually low in toxicity so the charcoal was more of a precaution.
It has been a while since any updates so here is a pic from today!
The patron saint of house spider fearing folk is Mr Dyson, a quick whizz and in the go, pop outside and dump them in the garden. Completely unharmed!
I paid £15 for mine on ebay but I think I got lucky...
We are splurging a lot on this so we can use the greenhouse part as a bit of outdoor space too so looks are going to matter. Hence, no felt!