My Elephant Yucca has a large spine left after flowering. Should this be left as it is or what is best to do with it.
I planted this at the front wall of my house thinking it would grow over the wall but it seems to just grow upwards and seems to sprawl all over the place. I'm not sure how to look after this plant and make it look nicer than what it does. At the moment it just looks awful. Could you tell me what to do and how to look after this plant??? Apologies but I'm not sure of the actual spelling of the name but that's how the person who gave it to me pronounced it. It's there about 8 years so it's quite big.
I have a magnolia tree that was planted 3 years ago. It is in a sunny position and seems to be flourishing with plenty of new leafs but it has not flowered yet. Is there anything I need to do to get it to flower for next year?
I have to train a large Virginia creeper up a wall but I can't screw anything into the wall as it is hollow (I think it's externally insulated). Is there any clever method for attaching something to the wall that the climber can then use?
I have a Cedrus Atlantica 'Glauca Pendula' which is 5 years old. It's about 5ft tall and the leader has now reached the ground. I am wondering what i should do next, if anything, to help it change direction?
The above tree, southern beech, was blown over a year ago. Its about 4 to five meters tall. I pulled it back up and staked it firmly. Its growing quite well but recently the tie broke. I fixed it I feel without the staked support it will fall over again. Can I dig it up and replant it so that it will have a firmer base? It has a lot of sentimental value as well as being a nice tree.
i have a pauls scarlet for about 7 years. it flowers brilliantly but it never seems to have anchored itself properly. it has always been staked. last year i got a jcb to put down a post to support it to and it has been great but i know from the look of it that it is still not anchored. what can i do? it is about 11 foot tall