One of our Hydrangea cuttings we made last month. I decided to have a look if one of them had grown any roots. Thanks to Mother Nature and hormone rooting powder, roots had appeared.
The new shredder is making short work of the overgrown shrubs and I used them on this Hydrangea border. I gave the border a couple of wheelbarrows of well rotted fym first before spreading the shredding. Some people let the shreddings age first before applying it for a mulch.
Homemade compost area made from pallets. The shreddings are piked there along side fym and anything else that will compost. If we feed the soil we will have have healthy plants and it needn't cost much money money at all..