News Archive - July 2008
The late spring has given us ideal conditions for the weeds to grow in our gardens. In the warm and moist weather they seem to spring up as soon as your back is turned, and we have to spend time pulling them up to prevent them choking the plants we want to grow in the flower-bed or the vegetable plot. A few minutes work while the weeds are young soon gets rid of them - even if there will be more in a couple of days' time. But if you leave them, the problem quite quickly becomes much more serious. The weeds intertwine with the other plants, and the roots get tangled up, making the removal of the weeds a great deal harder, and eventually unmanageable.
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