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Latest posts by Welshonion

how to tidy up this 'tree'?

Posted: 14/10/2013 at 11:10

Whatever it is it's in the wrong place and will undermine both the wall and the fence.

Barlotto beans - to freeze or not to freeze

Posted: 14/10/2013 at 00:52

If you have room in your freezer I wouldn't bother to dry them, just store them in the freezer.  You can use them from frozen.

how to tidy up this 'tree'?

Posted: 14/10/2013 at 00:45

Looks like Leylandii.  Planted far, far too close to the wall and fence.  Get Rid!!

Green Rhubarb

Posted: 12/10/2013 at 18:40

Presumably you stopped pulling it some months ago to let it build up for next year?

Potato problem

Posted: 12/10/2013 at 14:26

Yes it is blight.

Invasive roots from a neighbours garden

Posted: 12/10/2013 at 00:56

You can cut to the boundary line.  You do not have to consider whether it kills the tree or not.  If it does, tough!

Green privet versus rubbish dump

Posted: 12/10/2013 at 00:50

You can also pull the rubbish on to your side and dispose of it if you can get round the back of the hedge without going on your neighbours land.

If the neighbour complains, explain that pruning the hedge will encourage it to bush out and thicken, but not if they stuff it with rubbish.

Problem blackberry

Posted: 11/10/2013 at 12:24

I see Dove and I totally disagree about the pruning!  I expect the new branches which grew this year to give me fruit next year.

Take your choice of methods!

Problem blackberry

Posted: 11/10/2013 at 12:20

Are you absolutely sure you are pruning out the correct growth?  Leave new shoots strictly alone or you are cutting off next years fruit.  Cut out the branches which have fruited each Autumn.

So if you had no flowers, NO pruning this year unless you are absolutely sure you are doing the right thing..

Eucalyptus Tree - should it stay or go?

Posted: 11/10/2013 at 12:15

Yes, I noticed that when I was in Sydney earlier this year.  Every house had trees for shade planted right up against the house.  I think the drains are more vulnerable than the foundations. And many roads had trees planted along them for shade too .

But it is best practice not to plant nearer the house than the eventual height of the mature tree.

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