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Cloncaw's Journal

Cloncaw's Journal

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After

17 January 2011 18:04:56
After the Chop

After the Chop

Always bit nervous as to how little or much to prune off, Johnny seems to think that it shouldn't be touched so while he was away I set in, possibly could have done a bit more but you cann't stick it back on. Looks much neater now.


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J.D. J.D. 17 January 2011 18:13:29

A job well done!


Rachel Rachel 17 January 2011 18:43:48

You mightn't get a whole lot of flowers on your montana this year after that. But sometimes you just have to do what you have to do.


MartinB MartinB 17 January 2011 19:18:49

Nice dog


PCON PCON 17 January 2011 19:26:40

I think I agree with Rachel. Leave it until after flowering. However, it's done now, so best of luck. Certainly looks tidy now. If it was a late flowering one like Nellie Moser, it woud be OK.


fran m fran m 18 January 2011 08:19:18

Well done.


TheH (Hazel) TheH (Hazel) 18 January 2011 16:55:57

Looks very tidy now!


Cloncaw Cloncaw 19 January 2011 10:31:15

Well now I've made a mess of it I certainly will remember the lesson learn't I did want to tidy it last year after it flowered but clock cann't be turned back now. Wondering should I prune back some of the stems lower down would this mean that next year I'd have flowers lower down? Thanks Martin Connie is a lovely dog.


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