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Makes you Wonder!

Posted: 27/08/2014 at 00:27
Didn't think you would stay away for long.

Do slug eat thru' carrier bags

Posted: 27/08/2014 at 00:24
Are you really permitted to put live slugs and snails in the rubbish?????????????

If you can't kill them (why not, it sounds really wimpy?) put them out on the road for the cars to deal with.

You will have to explain to me in words of one syllable why you are not permitted to kill them by her(?) indoors.

In my garden it's WAR!

Capsid bug

Posted: 25/08/2014 at 14:44
I think most of us would ignore them. Certainly not spray them. They do little damage.

Poorly Chicken

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 19:58
I think you should ask this question on a dedicated chicken website. Try Downsizer, maybe. There are smallholder/livestock message boards around.

Bored of my garden!

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 16:54
Perhaps you could change the colour scheme. The green obviously takes care of itself, but you can confine yourself to white flowers and purple foliage.

Do get yourself a greenhouse, you'll love it! As big as you can manage.

ladybird?

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 13:03
Surely ladybirds only bite if you put your finger in their mouths?

You will only get ticks if you wander in long grass with bare legs.

To feed or not to feed ???

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 12:55
They rely entirely on you for their food; maybe they exhausted the food in the pots long ago.

Raising Cedar Crown - Advice Please!

Posted: 23/08/2014 at 16:20
And me. If you do chop it, I would leave a bit of trunk to grow clematis or roses up.

Raising Cedar Crown - Advice Please!

Posted: 23/08/2014 at 12:02
If you look at it with a strangers eye I think you will agree it is all out of proportion for the garden and it really isn't very lovely. A cedar should really be grown as a specimen tree where it has space to be admired and spread itself.

I don't know how close it is to the house, but it must cast a lot of shade and limit what you can grow in the garden.

Bee/Butterfly friendly flowers, but space efficient. :)

Posted: 23/08/2014 at 09:47
What about some plants for caterpillars? Unless you grow some host plants you won't get butterflies etc.

A patch of nettles is ideal.

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