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Describes a cluster of leaves arranged in a tight circle, usually close to the soil surface, as seen on a dandelion. The term may also be used to describe the corolla of a flower.
me wonder about the definition of a so-called WEED. Dandelions are a wonderful source of food for finches but particularly Bull finches. We have many dandelions in our lawn and currently each morning we see a pair of Bull finches feeding - they love
Hiya, anyone have experience with a lawn covered in dandelions. When I remove using garden fork, I usually end up breaking root due to depth and a big hole in lawn. We only turfed a couple of years ago and its starting to look a mess. Any advice
as an alternative to canomile/thyme. Shall I simply keep grass cut and dig up unwanted weeds ie dandelion. What to do about ants? ideas needed
Was interrupted by trying to upload photo and failing. Sorry. This plant is very like a dandelion but taller with thin grass-like leaves emanating from its stem. The flower is like a "neat" dandelion and the seedhead is just beautiful. Huge
Dig out lawn weeds, such as daisies and dandelionsWatch out for greenfly and blackfly developing on shrubs, perennials and roses, and spray with a soft soap solution if infestations are badCollect hellebore seeds from ripe pods, and store
Can anyone tell me the best way to get rid of weeds in a very small garden so that my wife and I can get a small area of lawn started, the weeds are mainly Dandelions. Many thanks Ian Dig 'em up and DON'T compost them. Would it be possible
are weeds - Creeping Buttercup is quite invasive and the Hawkbit-type plant will spread all over your garden by seeds like smaller dandelion clocks. I'd pull them up if I were you, unless you're very fond of them.
How do you get rid of stinging nettles in lawns? I love walking bare foot on grass and they ventured onto the lawn when it was neglected for two years. Dan x Use a selective weedkiller for treating broad-leaf weeds like dandelions- it will not harm
was in the process of clearing it, but I was wondering if the roots of either of these are' persistent'? Dandelion roots are persistent, but Creeping buttercups are not (as long as you remove all the growing points). Anyone any experience of clearing