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bannana that is grown in a pot, should the pot be wrapped in bubble wrap Do I need to remove all of the leaves from the banana plant before wrapping, if not do I also wrap the remaining leaves along with the trunk?
Hello forum members, When we moved into our house in SW France, we inherited a large, 30 yr old cherry tree, which produces a huge amount of fruit from mid-end May to the middle of June. The problem is that when the crop is delayed by a cool spring, as it has been this year, flie...
I'm just about to plant around 130 beech hedge plants and want to know how to protect them from rabbits. We have a few rabbits in the area so don't want the young hedge plants eaten before they have a chance to grow. However 130 is a large number
What is the best way to protect a large vegetable patch from free roaming chickens? Is fencing the only option (other than getting rid of the chickens)? Thanks Afraid so, mine eat everything if i let them. I put flat wooden posts into the ground
I'm in two minds about clearing up summers perennials that are now fading from green to yellow/brown. Somebody once told me to simply leave it to provide winter protection for the plant, and the garden wildlife (both good and bad), but I have a
I am looking for suggestions for a tree/shrub to plant as protection for other plants. the area concerned is at the side of the house between the house wall and a six feet high fence. The wind whistles along this and I want to protect the plants
of our garden because although it is south facing it is open to the elements all round except for immediatly in front of the house. This year we have been advised to wrap vulnerable plants in gardeners fleece which will protect the plants but allow them
I planted bare rooted beach hedge plants last November. Each has a cane and a spiral to protect them from rabbits etc. They are now all very green and leafy so how long should I leave the spirals on? They seem a bit restricted with the spirals
I have a plastic greenhouse. Will that keep plants etc protected from frost?Sue lescala wrote (see) I have a plastic greenhouse. Will that keep plants etc protected from frost? Sue Highly unlikely-not without some extra protection