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Put them in deeper pots. They will be easy to transfer.
Nothing much will be happy in that position. The beauty of a cedar is in seeing the whole tree, perhaps you could give us a clue why you want screening shrubs.
Another couple of years to go! Don't cut it back and keep it well-weeded.
It is very easy to look up on the web. Sorry don't have the relevant figures to hand.
Not a debate. They are just the same as regular leaf-shaped tomatoes as far as I know.
Isn't it Star of Bethlehem? Ornithogalum.
Why do you want to get rid of them? They certainly fit the description of mixed hedging.
You do know they are the Witch's Tree and there is a lot of folklore attached to them?
Barley straw. If you don't know a farmer, they sell it in garden centres.
Councils now charge for getting rid of wasps. Or recommend you 'get a firm in.'
I sowed Blue Lake last week (21 April) in the greenhouse. They started emerging yesterday. I hope the danger of frost will have gone by the time they are ready to go out.