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Aug
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revised Why isn't this vine blooming any more?
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Aug
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answered Why isn't this vine blooming any more?
Aug
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Aug
22
comment Jubilee blueberry's leaves are browning
Even white metal will get hotter than, say, terracotta. What are you watering with? This could also be high salts content in the soil from the water you're using. And what do you mean by 'massaging' the roots?
Aug
21
comment Garden tree seems “sick”
If its phytophthera or anthracnose, anti fungal treatment will have no impact. But go ahead and try if you want to, if it isn't either of those, it might make some difference.
Aug
21
comment Garden tree seems “sick”
Ha ha, made me smile - 'just mould from overwatering' might conceivably equate with' fungal infection which is worse in damp conditions', but it is rather understating the problem...
Aug
21
answered What are the black spots on my paw paws and how do I treat them?
Aug
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revised Filling gaps between alliums
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Aug
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revised Filling gaps between alliums
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Aug
21
comment How can I stop an urban fox from using my garden as its toilet?
Possible, might be worth a try. Best way to pick it up really is wearing a thick pair of rubber gloves...
Aug
21
answered Filling gaps between alliums
Aug
21
comment How can I stop an urban fox from using my garden as its toilet?
Sand - buy some silver or play sand, sprinkle that on the poop, then try scooping it up, then flush with the hose. Don't use builder's sand though, it may contain salts which your lawn won't like at all.
Aug
21
comment Filling gaps between alliums
What variety of Allium are they?
Aug
21
answered How can I stop an urban fox from using my garden as its toilet?
Aug
21
answered Jubilee blueberry's leaves are browning
Aug
21
comment Garden tree seems “sick”
Not if its phytophthera or anthracnose, these are serious fungal infections for which there is no cure and which can and do infect other plants. Certainly, the parts should not be composted or left in planted areas.
Aug
21
answered Diseased roses: salvagable, or a danger to my other plants?
Aug
19
comment New backyard grass
Depends on which weed - some have roots that will produce new plants from a piece 2mm long, no matter how deep they're buried.
Aug
19
revised How can I convert a mulched bed to dirt, and should I?
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Aug
19
comment Cutting height of Cedar Hedges
In the UK, there's a rule - if its overhanging or intruding over your property boundary line, you're entitled by law to remove it - BACK TO THE BOUNDARY only. Any cuttings so removed belong to the neighbour, and technically, they should be handed over to them. It is illegal to, for instance, put your hand through the fence and cut something on the neighbour's side, you can only trim what's on your side. I imagine a similar rule might exist where you are, but you need to check that out for where you live.