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I would like to improve a bed where a big blackcurrant is planted. I would like to improve the whole bed, and so for this, I need first to move the bush into a planter so that I can fork, add coarse grit and sow green manure in all the bed. Should I
snakeshead fritillaries and ladysmock disappear from wonderful old meadows that have been devastated by 'improvement'. You will get rid of rush if you improve both the drainage and fertility, but is that what you want? What do you want to do with the meadow
that my Gypsy Boy has improved a lot! Thanks for the tips, Monty.
Please could someone advise me on what to add to my clay soil to break it down, so that it is easier to manage when planting. u should use horse manure, it breaks the soil down really well and improves drainage. I have clay soil then bought horse
Give wooden furniture a facelift, sanding smooth then applying teak wood oilCut back climbing plants that are hanging down from arches and pergolas Empty, mix and refill compost bins to improve the composting processWater hydrangeas with a colourant
to develop, which you can use as cuttingsPot on houseplants and ferns into slightly larger potsInsulate the greenhouse with polythene to improve insulation and seal windows
it survive. I have plucked off the caterpillars. Do I need to cut back the rhodedendron or do anything else to improve its health/look??
I have a big problem with my clay soil. I have spent the past 5 years trying to improve the soil but to date still no joy. Can anyone give me good advise on how to improve my soil. Lots of advice here http
I have lots of asparagus coming up, but some of it is very fat and woody, while other spears are much slimmer. Why are they so different and what can we do to improve the quality? Most people prefer the fat spears, but cut them sooner and trim off
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