Late raspberry and cyclamen surprises, top nitrogen tip!
THE oak tree can live for a thousand years, and it helps to make the air we breathe. A tiny seedling oak has settled in a tub full of sturdy little foxglove plants. Any advice on what I could do with what must be 50 foxgloves would be appreciated. My garden is a wildlife corridor with small untidy places!
I have a huge protected sycamore tree. I know you don’t need to imagine how much work this creates in the autumn – and not just the huge leaves, which come down in abundance, but also having to pick up all of the flying sycamore seeds by hand. I am 87 years old in January and still potter in my garden. It helps me keep fit!
Annie Grieve, by email
Wendy says The foxgloves will not have a tap root at this stage. I suggest you thin them out and then transplant the remaining healthy plants in the spring.
The foxglove seedlings and sprouting oak