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Please help me before I do something I regret !!

Posted: Yesterday at 10:39

it's looking good, but I don't know how hot its been where you are, it could just be the heat, I would keep applying to anything that looks green and alive as long as the weather stays dry

Please help me before I do something I regret !!

Posted: Yesterday at 10:15

glyphosate it repeatedly and hope it kills the whole plant, my guess is the neighbours wont even realise its died!

Wood charcoal ash

Posted: Yesterday at 10:09

you can grind it up small and mix it in with the soil, it'll break the soil up if its clay in the same way as organic matter, but it wont break down and charcoal doesn't rot.

beech

Posted: Yesterday at 10:04

I've seen 50 meter tall beech trees, but I've also seen neatly trimmed beech hedges 3 foot tall and a 18 inch tall 70 year old beech bonsai tree, you can trim it to any height you need.

Wildflowers but not a jungle!

Posted: Yesterday at 10:01

 I would plant snowdrops, native bluebells (non-scripta not hispanica), wild garlic (ramsons) wood anemones, wood sorrel, sweet woodruff, some small ferns, Christmas roses (hellebores), primroses, honeysuckle where it can climb up a tree, monkshood, some aquilegia's are shade tolerant, various arums (careful they can be toxic), cyclamen and foxgloves (are toxic)

Clearing a garden path

Posted: Yesterday at 09:55

just be careful that you don't tread in the weed killer covered gravel and then walk across your lawn, I've had the dreaded golden boot prints before now!

What flower?

Posted: Yesterday at 09:50

looks like one of the mallow species

Brugmansia - Angel's Trumpet

Posted: Yesterday at 09:46

just be aware that angels trumpets are seriously toxic in all parts, the pollen can also be hallucinogenic if in a contained space (like a conservatory or greenhouse) 

i hate flies!

Posted: 25/07/2014 at 09:04

little flies (fungus gnats/fruit flies) can be caught using butterworts or smaller sundews, bigger stuff like blue bottles then hardy pitcher plants like sarracenia's and tropical ones like nepenthes work well as do giant sundews.

Split tomato vine

Posted: 24/07/2014 at 16:10

if its still connected it should be fine, just make sure the supports on it are nice and robust

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