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and many wee bits make a huge bit eventualy. I agree, the Sarah Raven programme was fantastic, and it all makes sence, just let the hedge rows/wild flowers grow,we have many baron fields around us that look dreadful so why can't they be ploughed then sewn
girlfriend Susie & our two black Labs Molly & Rosie. My biggest problem is the dreaded Bindweed & a wall of brambles. What is the best way to tackle this ever encroaching menace please? I don't want to use chemicals if i can help it so i would welcome your
may well be the answer. I've spent years sprinkling poppy seed in the borders & hoping it will take. Most of the time nothing. Last year we pulled everything out of a bed, dug it all over to try to get rid of the bindweed, filled it with bulbs & rose
. They loved cow parsley but cow mumble was a different plant, also eaten by by the rabbits, but not as popular. I wonder if I would be allowed to wonder the fields and hedgerows - alone- now. Besides dandelions my rabbits also like ground elder, bindweed, dock
that looks like a field (i.e.it ain't pretty), some large shrubs, a jungle (a wasteland of messy weeds), some conifers, a growing expanse of raspberries, and a patio with small beds enclosed by low walls. At the front there are more trees round the outside
two seasons running. we have an allotment, and are constantly fighting bindweed, in large amounts, can anyone help please!!!!!!!!!!! thank you In reply to Jean, the only way to get rid of weeds such as bindweed is to carefully spray Glysophate on its
It has been a stormy day here in the South East of England. I have not been able to do any gardening but I have had a gardening success story. I gave away some of my seeds to a women on freecycle, hopefully one more person converted to the joy of gardening. Couldn't garden if I w...
How are things growing in your garden in the month of March, what tips and hints can you pass on to others. Hey, not there just yet rainjustlearning.....but I think you've started another good thread. Got some primroses to go in tomorrow, a camelia and another hellebore. Tips?...
ditches flooding. Very dark, grey and rainy here all monring so far. It's supposed to brighten up later, apparently. Yvie Flood warnings in East Dorset again. Dogs have to paddle through puddles on the field where we walk. At least I didn't have to water
character is! I've really enjoyed everyones moans I'll have to write something as I want to be updated, but I don't have any neighbours, I live in the middle of a forest! I'll just have to moan about bindweed and brambles that pop up all over the place and I