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Latest posts by sunnysarah

Strawberry Plants

Posted: 07/05/2014 at 18:23

My strawberry bed was made up off runners from my original strawberry plants and they flowered and fruited (is that a word?) the same year. Just one question when its time to replace can I put strawberries back in same space?

 

Can anyone tell me what this insect is

Posted: 07/05/2014 at 18:19

Not sure what it is but by the length of its legs I think it would struggle to get in close to eat young shoots, looks more like it should be on water.

 

Clematis for Windy Area

Posted: 07/05/2014 at 18:17

Maybe choose one from the group 3 pruning range as they get pruned down to ground level each winter, so maybe miss most of the bad weather.

What is it?

Posted: 07/05/2014 at 06:20

Its a sunflower definatly, don't think its a tall varity though.

 

Clematis and fir trees

Posted: 06/05/2014 at 07:35

Thanks fairygirl, that was my main concern

 

Clematis and fir trees

Posted: 06/05/2014 at 06:14

They are not leylandi, and absolutely not causing any problems for my neighbour. Ive been in my home 4 yrs now and have hardly grown anymore in that time, not all fir trees are thugs. In fact the one I took the top off hasn't grown higher or thicker. The only issue I see with having a climber meandering its way round is the soil condition from the trees. Thanks for your comments, think I`ll research some more before I make  decision.

 

Clematis and fir trees

Posted: 05/05/2014 at 18:26

I didn't put them there, inherited when I moved in. They are not leylandi and can be easy kept in check by taking the tops out. Just thought it would be another way of getting a climbing plant in my garden.

What plant is growing in my garden?

Posted: 04/05/2014 at 19:20

I get these but just pull em out when I see them, I don't worry to much bout weeds they don't grow in the wrong place to annoy us ( although I expect people will beg to differ lol)

Clematis and fir trees

Posted: 04/05/2014 at 19:13

Hi, I have two fir trees about 6-7ft tall not very wide though, would like to cut them down but have a thing about cutting trees down even fir trees so I was wondering if a clematis would cope with rambling up them. Looking at ones in the group 3 range so it can die back down in the winter. I know I`ll have to give them plenty of food as trees will take quite a bit. Any thoughts on this would be much appreciated.

 

Apple and plum trees for small garden

Posted: 23/03/2014 at 16:22

Been doing a bit of research and looks like i need rootstock m27 for a good small compact tree. 

 

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