I can hear something singing right now, think it's a blackbird, yay! It's 6.30 a.m. here and still dark, but just lighting up in the east.
Only sparrows in my garden, dozens of them! They've chased all the others away, hardly seen a blue tit or a blackbird this winter.
Bill, what a wonderful letter and what a great son he was! Life just isn't fair sometimes, is it? He will be with you in your hearts forever. Love to you and your wife, take care!
Hi, maybe this video from youtube will help
Don't know what the first and last ones are, but the middle one is an aquiliga (spelling?).
Have dozens of Q Edd, but hope your telling of the process/photos will answer them! Can't wait, go for it!
Hi Nick, just cut off the dead ones at the base, the little ones will then come up.
I think Bilje could be right, have a look at this
Jack, this internet page from Homebase explains how tall and how wide it will grow and advises a barrier.