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in this weather. I wish the website had something topical to help those of us battling the snow. After such a long, cold week my borders are peculiarly flat. All my hebes and an old privet hedge at the back have all completely collapsed under the snow. Pieris
I haven't been able to do anything in the garden for months because we didn't have two consecutive days without rain during October, November or early December then we have had snow since 17th December. The snow finally disappeared on Saturday and I
my 5ft rosemary bush has broken in half how can i rescue the broken half ??? please help If branches have split with the weight of snow best just to prune those splits so you are leaving a clean cut. Then what I would do is wait until spring
Hi, l lost my Bottle brush to winter snow, then bought a new bigger plant, only to find that dead this last winter. How do l protect it in witer plz? Most bottle brush plants are not winter-hardy in the UK and need to be over-wintered in a frost
hi i have aarmandii apple blossom clematis planted last october growing like mad but not one flower i thought it would flower in spring, and same with the snow ball plant dont know real name but its been in 2 yrs and grows every year well
, taking time to pick out roots of perennial weedsSpread a layer compost around shrubs and along the base of hedgesPlant new roses and shrubsThin out the top growth on standard roses to prevent damage from the weather and wind rockBe ready to knock snow
We have a few fruit trees to put in the ground and then hopefully watch them grow over the coming years. Just wondering if there is any particular order we should plant them in? Snow Quen Nectarine, Victoria Plum & Turkey Fig trees. Any
's nothing reliable outdoors for December. If the weather stays mild and fine, lots of flowers. If it clamps down with snow and ice - nothing.
, but especially gooseberries, just be wary of all your other fruit bushes too. Thanks for the help - when the snow has gone I'll get pruning.
Ok, the old Woodshed collpased under the snow, so we need a new one. Any opinions as to the best? Tongue and groove? Overlap? Feather edge? None of those words mean much to me. TIA ..does it have to be wood? Are you interested in metal sheds at all