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I have a ten year old Monkey Puzzle Tree, it is ok but its lower branches are laying on the ground and stop us getting to that part of the flower bed. Can I just cut them off? and when should I do it etc
We have just had an old cypress leylandi hedge cut down and stump grinded. We now have a bare north west facing fence. I would like to be able to plant fruit bushes eg raspberry and blackberry and some pretty climbers along the fence. Any advice re plants and preparing the bed wo...
Please help I've spent two days researching this, I'd like to make Rosehip Syrup, some people say I HAVE TO remove the hairs, others say don't bother as it will be seived anyway?! What to do, what to do!! I certainly don't want any 'side effects
And another....... I planted sweet peas in toilet roll tubes in October - they are growing well and are approx 3-4inches high with 3 pairs of leaves. Someone once said to get better plants that will flower for longer you need to remove some leaves
Hi, any ideas how to remove chick weed from my veggie plot, removed loads by hand, is there any good weed killer that i can use to control it without damaging my veggies Any weed killer-like weedol- will see of the plant but it seeds like mad so
I have a small pond that attracts newts, frogs and other wildlife. Despite having oxygenating plants, floating plants, a barley straw bag, a solar powered oxygenator and using biological products from garden centres I am still removing blanketweed
the two fat wood pigeons) and stuck some netting over them. This solved the problem BUT can I now remove the netting? Do the birds only go for the tender young shoots or will they still eat my 2 foot tall Kale and broccoli in October? Many thanks James
I have 3 Festuca Glaucas that were planted last year and they have started producing seed heads. I like them where they are, but I have no desire to have them seeding around the place. Is it ok to snip the heads off? Don't know of any reason why you shouldn't. I'm probably being ...
I moved house last year and inherited some wonderful established borders. The previous owner spent over 40 years establishing shrubs, perenials & thousands of spring bulbs. The problem is that in the last 5 - 6 years things got away from him and as well as a large array of invasi...
Help, tried power washing without success so am now looking for additives which are garden friendly to remove th Algea Any suggestions