Welshonion


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Onions

Posted: 20/03/2016 at 09:28
The best way to prevent this happening is to start the sets off in modules. As soon as the sets have sturdy shoots and good roots the birds will leave them alone when you plant them out.

For now, cover the sets with fleece until they are anchored in the soil.

snowdrops

Posted: 19/03/2016 at 23:21
There are many varieties. Some late, some early.

Problem Trees

Posted: 19/03/2016 at 17:00
I would counsel against putting any tree in a lawn. Makes mowing difficult. Put it to one side.

Whats best for screening a warehouse - upto 5-6m. Please see images.

Posted: 19/03/2016 at 09:10
I get the impression that the photos were taken from an upstairs window. At ground level the warehouse wall will not loom so large. The main view will be of your own fencing. Deal with that rather than the warehouse wall.

I agree with everybody else. Bring the eye into the garden rather than drawing it upwards and outwards.

fruit/veg in a trug - easiest?

Posted: 18/03/2016 at 18:31
Peas because they can eat them. Pick the sunniest plot you can. You don't say how old your son is, but children just love watering so get him a little watering can too.

Moving rhododendron

Posted: 18/03/2016 at 18:26
You will need to water it. And then water it again. And then water it again. They are very shallow rooting.

T & M seed offer

Posted: 18/03/2016 at 13:05
Let us know what the germination rate is. I find T&M rather poor.

Composting

Posted: 18/03/2016 at 13:03
Got it in one. My compost heap contains so many different things that no one thing predominates.

Composting

Posted: 18/03/2016 at 09:29
Come, come, since when can trees foretell the winter weather?? Well, they got it wrong this winter. Loads of berries and few winter migrants to eat them.

Composting

Posted: 18/03/2016 at 09:11
Hostafan, perhaps they have a pancake shop!

It is interesting to see the rubbish some journalists write too. I remember a classic when someone wondered why their apple tree had suddenly produced lots of apples. The answer was that it was a reaction to the current drought/fine weather. Poppycock! It was because the weather had been just right the year before and the year before that!

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