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I know it is correct, but how do you fix panels to fence posts if the posts are nearer you? Surely it's easier to fix panels if the posts are away from you? It has always puzzled me.
Cheap and cheerful. Aldi's your best bet.
You have to tie the rose in. It has no tendrils and its growth is not twisty like a honeysuckle. Neither does it have suckers like ivy or hydrangea petiolaris. In time once you have a framework the new shoots will be supported by the old.
I have just heard Bob Flowerdew say on the radio when talking of roses that he 'made the mistake' of planting Kiftsgate. Beware.
This rose can get HUGE!
Usually if it moves fast it's a goody. If it moves slow it's a baddie!
Could be slugs or snails
Tesco sell them too. They are not 25kg size which can be useful if you have several different varieties. If you are careful they last several years. They are also useful for potatoes you buy in the supermarket in plastic bags - shudder!
I don't know where you are, but Cox is one of the most challenging varieties as it is prone to disease.
I does sound as though your Cox is not in the vicinity of a suitable apple pollinator.
That kind of sedum is a weed. If you try to remove it you will scatter it everywhere and every little bit will turn into a new plant. Ad infinitum!