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I have the opportunity to acquire some of my neighbours ornamental grasses, but I'm sure I have read somewhere that grasses can only be moved and replanted at very specific times of the year. Is this correct and would I get away with it now
The autumnal colours of ornamental cabbages work well with the pink flowers of sedums in this striking pot display. They are softened by the wispy grass and frothy white blooms of the aster. August - SeptemberSeptember - October20 minutes
Cut back ornamental miscanthus grass before new shoots start developingTrim back ivy and Virginia creeper from around windows and gutteringClear away dead foliage from perennials, chop it up and add to the compost heapRemove weeds from borders
hello can anybody tell me if you can feed ornamental grasses or is it not a good idea to. Thanks I'm not an expert on ornamental grasses, so someone else my be able to give you a more authoritative answer.However, I can recall seeing a Tv program
the seed heads of eryngium, echinops and the echinacea are looking wonderful, as are the ornamental grasses. Not only looking good but good for the wildlife. Luckily the soil is too frozen to do any work, but a bit of planning or maybe some seed ordering
I have a selection of ornamental grasses in my boarder but they need a bit of an injection of colour. Any suggestions as to what I can plant in between? Will you share us with the pictures? so maybe we will give you better suggestions... Looks a
is anything to go by. Better to forget lawns all together and go for biodiversity. You will get beauty by the bucket-load, lots of wonderful food, and if you really like grass, can grow the splendid ornamental grasses that sway in the wind or small tufted
just re vamped my rock/alpine garden and im up for sugestions on plants so far ive got cowslips, ornamental primroses decrotive moss cabbages etc and i keep looking at it thinking somethings missing when i made it i mixed some lime in the ground