Re: Suitable plants for covering a new fence
- From: "Spider" <Spider@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 8 Nov 2009 22:10:59 -0000
"Sacha" <sacha@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On 2009-11-08 18:09:33 +0000, "Spider" <Spider@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
"mollie38" <mollie38.564f918@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
We have just taken down 7 conifers which was a nightmare trying to get
the stumps out, and had a new fence erected the fence is 21 feet long I
want something that will grow about 8 feet in height but nothing that
comes out to bushy . With the ground being so dry I have treated the
soil first with a bonemeal from the garden centre and then put down
several bags of multi purpose compost it is not too bad now as we have
had quite a bit of rain so the soil is quite soft I was worried with
the conifers taking all the goodness out of the soil that nothing that
I planted on the patio seemed to grow so would be grateful of some
Your picture urls have turned up in the 'Snake's Head Fritillary' post!
may never know why. Anyway, I have posted a reply there ....
How innovative. Haven't seen that yet!
Shrubs & perennials. Tender & exotics.
It wasn't on RG's computer either. Fortunately, I showed him this
'innovation' on my computer, otherwise I'd think I was seeing things! I
imagine everyone else has these urls in their proper place? Typical! Why
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