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will tulip daffs and bluebells that have come up blind this year flower next year ? Or is it wiser to dig them up and dump them?
The practice of improving soil, by adding a layer of fertiliser to the surface and allowing it to settle in without digging over. Replacing the top layer of soil with compost.
one of my hellebores is about 12 years old the last two years no flowers but plenty of new growth should i dig it up and split and replant
does the yucca have tap root at present i am digging it out to replace with a lilac primrose Is this a garden variety or the houseplant variety? it's is the garden varity
Can anyone tell me the best way to kill off suckers from a snowberry coming through from next door, or do I just have to keep digging them out ?
How do I get rid of self sown seedlings? Simply pull or dig them up. pot them up and sell them or give them away.. some people like them for hedges..
Seem to remember that when the leaves on garlic are affected after heavy rain that you are supposed to dig them up, can anybody confirm? According to Monty Don, dig up your garlic when the leaves start to die down. I have also lost about 150 garlic
We had a natural wildflower patch professional sown and had lots of these thistles. Very pretty but now had thistles growing in the middle of the lawn !!! I'm glad the above advise confirms I'm doing the right thing by both digging out and using
Two weeks ago I spread all the weeds in the rose garden which has worked. What I do not know is what to do with the dead weeds. Do I dig them out or dig them in? You don't actually have to do either-they will just rot away so it is up to you.
question is: there is advice now that one should be digging 12" trenches and putting in old newspapers, compost etc for runner beans, but how does this tie in with the general advice that one shouldn't dig raised beds?