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I have just ordered some of these and would be interested to know if anyone has grown them. I've heard they can be a bit of a challenge. I would be treating them as houseplants as I live in the North so don't fancy their chances outside. I would appreciate any tips and informatio...
very good i think ill make one
I have 2 bat trees in pots, which are very healthy. They are producing bandied from the bottom of the stem. Can I take cuttings of these? Sorry, should have read Bay trees Also babies not bandied
at pictures of them in books.It's strange because spiders are no problem. With you there, Sylvia. Anything that can't seem to fly straight - Daddies, Cockchafers, Stag beetles etc - gets me running for cover.No problem with bats, birds or dragonflies.
Before the end of summer my crab apple tree looked like a bat roost with hanging clumps of blackened leaves all over it and not a single green leaf anywhere. It escaped felling due to the bad weather in the winter, but this spring it is covered
with a vampire) then bat droppings are not bad at all. Incidentally bat guano looks very similar to mouse droppings. You can easily tell the difference, though, as bat poo crumbles easily (consisting as it does of digested insect corpses) while the mouse
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zigzagging about in the gloom.A stream of small and medium-sized moths are attracted to the kitchen lights. A few come indoors to bat gently against the lights, but most seem to pass or settle on the nearby herbage. I wonder if my amphibious friend is taking
brown butterflies are Gate keeper's,Quite a lot in the park in the long grass,Still haven't seen any Hedgehog's can't remember the last live one I saw.I have only seen one bat all year so far.Lots of bees in the garden.Old chippy. Interesting to consider