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just get it in the ground`? the first one is a weigela and yes,a euphorbia top one is a Weigela, the other is Euphorbia mellifera, which is a bit tender, depending where you live... if it survives the winter - it will benefit from mulching, and feeding
for as wellthank you Hi my name Darren this year I have mulched my mixed border with bark, I'm fed up with the weeds that keep coming back how should I feed my plants, with slow release fertilizer granules or soluble in water will it ruin the soil if I keep putting
I wrote a blog on my peonys not flowering ones established over 10 years never failed to delight then last year one flower that wasn't up to much and dead buds the weather was fine I've give them a good mulch with fish bone and peat I'm going
. they are both sited in exactly the same place but not next to each other and were fed/mulched last season. we have had plenty of rain over the last few weeks so they're not too dry. can you tell me what's wrong ?? thanks, shazza
discoured and a bit sick looking. I have got heavy clay soil, but I put some mulch etc under when I . Planted it - could it just be a bit waterlogged with all this rain? Camellias need an acid soil - do you know if your soil is acid?
to use. Many thanks.......TGG. The nutrient balance in it can change - nitrogen, for example, can go up. Rather than throw it, or use it as mulch to improve garden soil, mix half and half with some fresh compost and use it.
Add lawn cuttings to the compost heap, or use them to mulch around fruit trees Mow and edge your lawnTie stems of tall perennials to supportsFeed houseplants every week with a liquid fertiliserClean out filters of pond pumps to get rid of any debris
branches breaking under its weightSpread a mulch of compost over borders and around trees, shrubs and rosesClean algae and moss from paths and stepsSprinkle a top dressing of gritty compost over lawns
or perennialsSpread a thick mulch of bark over the crown of tender plants, such as fuchsias, dahlias and cannasPrune summer-flowering clematis, cutting stems back to emerging buds close to soil level
Chillpings, where can I get them? Hi Vivienne, Firtree clippings and conifer clippings are acidic - I don't grow fruit so I'm not sure if this is what your friend meant. Great for Rhoddies and azaleas as a mulch though.