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looked less like a happy clump brimming with energy, and more like a cross between a Polo mint and a shabbily maintained monk's tonsure. All the growth has migrated to the edges. This is something that happens to a number of herbaceous perennials and is a
February is a blessedly short month. I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you this, but 28 days of cold wet yukkiness is hardly conducive to horticultural excitement. However, we have to get through it in order to edge our way closer to spring, so
an excellent hedge, a good screen and fine topiary. In this case it is on the edge of garden and countryside so I think it will do the trick nicely. All we have to do now is wait for it to get big enough.
shafted spade that I've had for many years and a very heavy metal spike that are perfect for digging up large plants or making holes in the rockier parts of the garden.3. My trowels - partly because they were all given to me by people, so have good