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I grow so many here and they are all over Cornwall but never been aware of them attracting wildlife
hey! Wait a mo. You've handpainted those butterflies so I win
Funny though....I'm not aware of any bees, butterflies on osteospermums.. Not sure they are brilliant for wildlife but humans ....the most important of wildlife!........love 'em
plenty of wildlife experts here though so I'm sure one of them will comment
Mycchorizal fungi is recommended for everything now it seems. I think it is helpful for shrub planting. I would always use it for planting heathers.
am I the only one not to use bonemeal as an individual product? I prefer a balanced fertiliser like fish blood and bone
Martin,hydrangeas do enjoy plenty of water. maybe some extra water during summer will help. I have a hydrangea in a dryish spot and I need to water it regularly during summer. My recently acquired hydrangeas have better conditions
weather looking pretty good right now.
A big hole has,opened up near one of our major roads .......old mine workings in the area. I will do a Dukes of Hazzard and fly over it
Good on you Matty
Snot telling runnybeak
Yellow cheerfulness has to be the most heavily scented daffodil. The scent when they're all in flower is amazing
Edd pinched my words there
my feeling is that scented pelargoniums need even drier conditions around their leaves in winter and any dead leaves removed asap
Martin, do you cut to nearest paid of buds when you deadhead? Is your soil dry?