Lynika, you can cut your yew as hard as you like and when you like. It will recover from the hardest cut making it an unusual conifer.
I grow several yews and all are kept trim.
I suggesf you use a pair of loppers and a sharp pruning saw to take it down to exactly what size you want. By mid summer it will have greened up again.
cloudy but warm. Still and peaceful
hope everyone with illnesses or in distress has esp good day
chicky, enjoy your plugs. I'm sure you will
sandboy? Well,,who is Larry? Is he the sandboy?
Ah! It does work then Pansy. well done
I have come to be suspicious of "freebies." Don't plant something just because it is free. plant only things you really want.
totally agree with Philippa.....you get,what you pay for
Erm! "cut in 15 easy minutes" .
Each to his own Chris ........I wonder why lawns are so popular and desirable though
no doubt questions will come again and again about eradicating weeds in lawns.
Pretty sure they are crocosmia/montbretia. they are very invasive but if in grass under your apple trees easily comtrolled by mowing.
Montana would look good but solanum alba is superb. vigorous, easily comtrolled amd masses of white flowers for weeks and weeks
Nice one mo6
So you don't have any now Pansy ?
A lush green sward, not scalped like a bowling green, makes a garden complete. Not often have I seen a lovely garden without a lawn. mine is low maintenance and cut twice a week throughout spring and summer. I use a cordless mower and my two lawns are cut in 15 easy minutes. The smell of freshly mown grass is wonderful and a lawn provides a much more relaxing and environment friendly space than paving or decking