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Has the snow been a good or bad thing for our gardens? Well, probably a bit of both, but I do live in hope that the cold weather has helped kill off a few garden pests. We've all had our fair share of snow over the past couple of weeks, with varying
I wouldn't advise it. I understood that its not actively growing while its very cold How could you do that? or why would you want too? I couldnt see my grass when it was snowing. Patience! Grass should not be cut when the temperature is below 8C
I am not a budding gardener and am not sure where to search for flowers but I am trying to locate 100 snowdrops. Could someone please advise me where I may be able to get these from? Many thanks in advance for your help Look in the newspapers and magazines, esp weekend editions...
Hi my girls and i are coming to michigan this weekend, and the area we are visting is Ann Arbor, and i was told the snow has pretty much melted, do you know where i can go to take my girls sledding, an area where they can play in the snow. they
Just a timely reminder-and this is grandmother and sucking eggs territory- it might look pretty, but the weight of frozen snow on a greenhouse has been known to crack glass-worth spending a few minutes brushing as much off as possible Done mine
The snow vanished as quickly as it arrived, and contrary to all expectations, there were no rotting mammoth carcasses exposed by the thaw. But now it's back again.All looks still and quiet out there. The heavy blanket is as much a duvet of silence
The garden with the tree's covered in snow look fantastic my cotinus has large blobs of snow attached to the twigs which look like flowers and my willow tree the top is covered in snow which gives it a great hairstyle effect. Here in Northampton we
Hi, I planted a shrub border in june, where i am the snow is quite heavy and has settled on one of the shrubs so much that the branches that grow skywards are now pretty much at a right angle. will this damage my plants or will they be ok? I
, the snow for being so pristine leaves us with a mucky mess. The weather this week is not going to be good.
Not a lot of gardening has gone on across the nation since we last met. We still have about six inches of snow and I am thankful I have three pairs of my warmest socks, otherwise things might be getting a bit cheesy round here.There is not much