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i mulched with manure the tree put on loads of new leafy growth and was attacked by aphids...so now i dont feed them at all, just thin the fruits after the june drop and they are fine
, chaenomeles, pyracantha and kerriaRegularly water newly planted trees, roses, shrubs and hedging Finish planting out gladioli corms in groups or drifts in bordersSpread shredded bark mulches around established shrubs and trees to conserve soil moisture
around border plantsCut down annuals, add the material to the compost heap and fork over the bedsLay new lawns from turfStart to plant tulips in pots and bordersPile bark mulch over the crowns of hardy fuchsias to provide extra protection
the remainsTransplant shrubs that have outgrown their positionLift and store dahlia tubers once their leaves are blackened by frostPrune rambling roses after floweringRake autumn leaves from lawns and pick them out of borders for compostingPile bark mulch over
an extra mulch to protect the tubers.
mean, centuri! A bit of a mulch now would be good, too.
HI all im wondering if anyone knows anything about planting seeds that you leeve to grow then dig in as a mulch i think at a later date could be organi manure im not sure but any info will be interesting and sounds good in new raised beds Hopefully
should give it its annual trim in August. As a trimmed hedge is continually renewing its leaves it should be fed with a good general fertiliser such as blood, fish and bone in spring and a mulch of well rotted garden compost in autumn. If you miss
to find an invasive root system spreading across the patch. The roots are dark red and vary in thickness up to 4mm. Does anyone have any idea what this is? Many thanks Mark Are there trees around Mark? Willow and alder will grow into mulches and probably a
and bone and mulched around the base with home made compost each autumn to improve the soil. It looks vera healthy so I don't know why it won't fruit. Is it still too young or have I picked a temperamental variety? Any advice is welcome. Thank you!