I`m planning on digging (well hubby`s doing the digging ) out a small and I mean small wildlife pond in my garden and was wondering if I need to put any plants in and if so what sort or type.
I have some new self seeded plants so that's good, do I just dug up these old ones or wait for them to die back?
that sounds so sad, not sure what type they are but they flowered last year and this year were much bigger with more flower stalks.
My foxgloves have done very well this year, but since the flowers have finished the leaves have gone very yellow, do I need to feed them and if so what's the best thing to feed them with? Thanks.
I've got something similar come up in my garden. Didn't plant it there myself so have no idea what it is. I am also waiting for it to flower but if nothing by autumn then its coming out.
I got mine the other week, had a spare raised bed that needed some weeding before hand so did that and then just scattered the seeds mixed in with flour. Seedlings are coming up and I`m sure they are not all weeds so will wait with baited breath
mine are ok at the minute, managing to keep slugs at bay. no where near flowering yet though.
if the footballs fininshed then I`ll be able to watch other wise it`ll be good old itv player lol
No don't want to get rid of them, not doing me or anyone else any harm and hopefully when my runner beans flower they will pollinate them for me .
Honoured that they choose my roof.
Yay I got tree bee`s. Came a couple of months ago. Noisy little blighters to start off with ( they are right above our heads in bedroom) but have quietened down now. Very cute things.