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gooseberries, tomatoes and blueberries in pots.
You didn't mention runner beans either or French beans.
tootles, you're not kidding me are you? Can't wait for elves to appear.
If everyone on the forum sent me some money that would help my pain today
Me too Stacey. Very best wishes
Ah! On very large clumps I take to the saw. Straight down the middle.....golf parlance! I then try to pull off the cut tubers to leave clumps intact. Usually works very well. Then into pots of dry mpc
on another thread I've referred to Taxus Coppershine. Corleys coppertip is similar it seems but Bressingham would like to see a picture of my plant. I don't really forget names and Coppershine has always been its name when Ive discussed it
kyushu is now ordered and I have the perfect spot for it so when it comes it will be planted without delay.
Thanks folks. I feel bit better now. Sorry for getting so upset
Could it be a little too warm too Lancashire Lass? Never....touch wood....had mealy bug on my plants......so far!
Like your style Salino.
A neighbour once soaked rags with creosote and posted them as mini flags all over his garden. "to deter badgers, rabbits and foxes" he said.
The smell. And the appearance. And it didn't deter these creatures.