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I think they have swollen roots that are really quite deep down.
Probably the best thing would be to dig down now whilst you can still see the stems and lift a ball of soil. they can be a bit fussy but once established they go on for years.
Can you give their names. Or post some photos, of the overall tree and of the leaf. Although japanese acers are the ones that first spring to mind there are many kinds from the huge sycamores to tiny dwarfs, all officially Acer family. In general you should not prune them. If they are japanese acers...
I buy new clothes so rarely I could probably remember all the ones I have ever brought, even as a child. We didn't have charity shops so it was hand me downs and jumble sales then, and it has been ever since. Because I have lost a lot of weight recently I had to get "new clothes". We hit t...
My Dad developed an allergy to wasp stings gradually over the years. His reactions got worse each time and once he collapsed and was only just treated in time. Now he wears an epipen at all times to use if stung. But he doesn't take any other medications, antihistamines would not be strong enough to...
Keep a small net by the pool and keep scooping it off. As you say it does no ham and is just unsightly. The french call them "Lentils" cos thats what they look like. And biology classes use them to show how plants grow because they multiply so fast! You can even buy a red form -but don't b...
Yeah! almost there.
Down from 11 stone in January to nearly 8 and a half stone. Just 2lb to go.
Loving the 5/2 diet. (And all the veg from the allotment)
Totally agree Kuikentje, I know not everyone suits this and if you are diabetic to start with it would be difficult but I think for the majority of people this is a healthy way to live.
I have just 1 kg left to loose and then I shall stay with this for the health benefits.
Rowans (mountain ash) definitely top of my list too.
Also try Amelanchier although this might be a bit small for you, lovely blossom and autumn colour.
Mid size acers, like the snake-barks give a fair size to start with but don't get too big, and as the name suggests they have decorative bark.
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