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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?
Dig over veg plots, mixing compost into the soil as you goContinue filling a trench with kitchen waste where you want to grow beansCover rhubarb with forcing jars for an early harvestUse cloches to warm the soil for early sowingsPlant new fruit
My clematis Niobe is pot bound. What is the best thing to do with it? I prefer it to be in a pot as my soil is clay and I cannot possibly dig a hole big enough to take the current root ball. Presumably it cannot be split?
by laying carpet, heavy duty black plastic, or cardboard would stop annuals in their tracks and give you time to dig a section at a time. Personally I would dig out perennials and, when they dare to reappear, spray with glyphosate. Glyphosate
hi I would like to buy this plant but don't want yo grow it in a tub could I dig a large hole in my small bit of garden and fill it with acid soil would it still grow well many thanks margaret
of it but after a lot of researching I have worked out that it is a nightmare to get rid of it! Does anyone have any good ideas on the best way to get it gone. Thanks There's no easy way, I'm afraid - just a lot of digging. You can also put weedkiller on new
. On the 'What To Do Now' section, it states that I can start to dig in compost but I've also read that you shouldn't dig soil when it's wet! I'm now totally confused I tried to dig it last year in the spring when it was warm but nearly broke the spade & fork
Can someone let me know if I can dig up my huge clumps of snowdrops now. I also need to know how I should store them and when I can replant them in the garden. Yes you may dig up your snowdrops now. BUT you need to replant them as soon as possible
that you can get rid of them is to dig them out or weedkill them, I'm afraid. Other than that, mowing regularly should reduce their vigour. thanks alina, i think i will dig them out and re-seed because there is only 3
Dig up congested clumps of winter aconites and transplant to new sitesImprove the soil the soil by spreading compost or manure over beds and forking inMove plants growing in the wrong placeDig deeply areas where you'll be planting new roses, shrubs