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Hello All, I moved into a house with an amazing Magnolia in the front garden, it stands rougly 15ft tall. It is wrapped heavily with Wisteria, it looks like it is restricting the trunk of the Magnolia and the growth of the tree is becoming patchy
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Hi, I've done a few new pots this year. Can you let me know which ones need what protection over winter? I've got bubble wrap and fleece on standby and if I get round to clearing the bramble out of the greenhouse I could use that too (although
There’s something wonderfully irrational about clearing snow in order to dig up vegetables. One of our Christmas rituals is to leave the wrapping paper behind and take a walk to the allotment on Christmas day to harvest some parsnips. I don’t know
I have a green and a red cordoline I wrapped the green one up a couple of years ago it got too warm and rotted. I cut it back and it has grown again. How do I protect it from frost without it sweating and rotting again this year. I dont have a
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?
can you grow forest flame from a cutting of an already healthly plant why does this pot need bubble wrap and polystyrene chips when other pots with herbs don't seem to? what is the bubble wrap for? This is for a window sill box, so I assumed
Prune suckers away from the base of ornamental treesCollect hoses, sprinklers and other watering equipment to store in the shed over winterProtect glazed pots from frost damage by wrapping up or bringing into a shedOrder bare-root roses for planting
in badly drained clay soil that gets too wet. If you are worried you could always wrap the pot in fleece or bubble wrap.
, and the tap is still accessible when needed. Thanks for that. So simple. Much better than wrapping whatever we can find - bubble wrap /old tea towells around it. Will do it later today bjay