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place after dandelions and horsetail), and bindweed came 2nd to dandelions in northern England. Full results of our survey of weeds and other garden problems can be found in the August 2009 issue of Gardeners' World Magazine.
to trace, although the little leaves are vicious stingers.The Grandes Dames of the weed world in my garden, however, are bindweed and couch grass (I thank all divine beings that we have no ground elder in this garden). The former, in addition to its
with 'the far end'; a muddy, ill-defined area that's rife with bindweed and pieces of disintegrating old carpet. I rarely cultivate it as it's so difficult and weedy. By comparison, my raised beds are a sheer delight to cultivate. It takes no time at all
January already: Christmas neatly tucked away and another year of fabulous gardening stretching away ahead of us. The beginning of the year is the time for fresh starts and change but, rather than pestering you with annoying resolutions which few