Re: lleylandi

Postby starryfish » Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:11 pm

cloudyeyes wrote:
.........It's not my forum.

Considering the number of edits that have your paw prints over them, it seems like you wish it was.
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Re: lleylandi

Postby cloudyeyes » Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:33 pm

I certainly don't need another forum to moderate. :roll:

I express appreciation when mods/admins fix something/clean something up. Being a mod/admin is a bit of a thankless job and it doesn't cost me anything to say thanks.

Re: lleylandi

Postby oorya » Thu Nov 29, 2012 6:10 pm

Mojisola wrote:
despair wrote:Plant Pyracantha keep well watered for a year and then simply keep triimmed to a slim evergreen hedge with the added benefit of berries in the autumn to feed the birds

Having had to maintain a pyracantha hedge for my parents for many years, I wouldn't wish it on anybody. The size of the thorns! And if you keep pruning back, you lose the berries which are the main point of pyracantha.

I eventually paid someone else to dig it out and gave him a bonus because I was so pleased to see it gone!

I'm with you on that. :wink:
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