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[blockquote class=postcontent restore]Hi All,We live near Guildford. We have just bought 4 acres of land behind (and adjacent) to our property. We are looking for someone who wants to create and maintain some veg / fruit beds. We are happy
....I simply use shears to maintain its dense rounded shape after flowering. Or, camelia or rhododendron if soil is acid. I also like Choisya. Choisya x dewitteana 'Aztec Pearl' has to my eye a slightly more attractive 'tropical' look to its leaves and is also
You have not asked a question??? It must be ficus robusta invisiblus. Moira did ask a question, "how to maintain a rubber plant" read the headings.Depending on its size you need a six to ten inch pot with John Innes number two compost
i bought a couple of 'blue chip' dwarf buddleias last year but the planting instructions didn't say whether to prune or not to maintain their shape and promote flowers. advice please! I've just pruned my dwarf buddleias for the 3rd year in a row
and you would have to work harder to maintain it. If you don't like the look of the worm casts sweep over the lawn with a besom. Why would anyone want to kill worms when they do so much good in the garden? Brushing them is best, but it can be easier said
, and is blocking a lot of light to the rest of the garden. From reading up on fig plants, I can see that they are very vigourous growers, and so should be cut back hard each season to maintain their shape/size (most figs are bushes rather than trees?) The previous
on it personally -I would put in in the garden waste Great, thanks very much for your help! I use it as a weed suppressant under fruit trees and bushes. It also helps maintain moisture in the soil in hot spells.
pool look if there's a better alternative. Aitch i would get some railway sleepers and set them in above the resevoir to maintain the extra wieght and ensure that the mill stone does not fall and damage the reseviour then i would disguise
as well as gardens and landscapes which it works to maintain and preserve for posterity and in doing so keeps old crafts such as traditional carpentry and stone masonry and so on alive too.. Lovely and clear thank you very much Obelixx.
growing from the framework of espalierPick fresh herbs for dryingPick gooseberries, currants, strawberries and other fruitsFruit & vegTrain cucumbers and prune back sideshootsPick off flowers on coleus to maintain their colourful leavesPinch out tomato