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Japanese Knotweed

Posted: 30/06/2013 at 17:52

addict, what do you suggest is the proper manner?  Certainly not with the green waste if you think it grows from cut down stems.  Does it?  I know it will re-grow from every little bit of root left in the ground. Roots must never be put in with green waste.

I think it is pretty inert once it has completely dried out.  Perhaps it could be laid on concrete until absolutely dead.

Natural

Posted: 30/06/2013 at 17:43

Yes, but it is sad.

Rasied bed walkway problem

Posted: 30/06/2013 at 15:57

Try and avoid anything that grows.  Looks nice, but how are you going to keep it mown/cut?  And it will get worn and muddy in the winter.

Natural

Posted: 30/06/2013 at 13:53

Salino, why was the meadow cut?  For hay or silage, or some other reason?

Poppies only appear in ground that has been cultivated, usually for a specific crop.

Perpetual spinach pest

Posted: 30/06/2013 at 08:48

Don't worry, the holes won't show when you cook the leaves.

Seaweed Feed

Posted: 29/06/2013 at 15:03

Now I know comfrey was known as knit-bone but I had to look up periostal on Google and I still don't understand how you would use comfrey, especially as it is no longer recommended for internal use.

Potting Up Chillies

Posted: 29/06/2013 at 14:56

They will grow at least 18 inches high, so move them on as they need it.

Green Compost

Posted: 29/06/2013 at 14:54

Comfrey alone is best, but I wasn't aware that was green compost. 

I thought green compost was especially grown plants like lucerne which were turned into the soil green.  Often grown to give cover for the soil in winter.

What are these?!

Posted: 29/06/2013 at 14:48

The first one is Oxalis.  Plus other weeds in the picture.

There is not very much information given for the second.  Height?  Leaves?

foxgloves

Posted: 29/06/2013 at 13:18

The flowers always point outwards!  Biennial means you sow the seeds this year and the plants flower next year.  

I would harvest the ripe seeds and sow them immediately.  Take your example from the plant, it sheds the seed as soon as it is ripe.

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