Happy New Year to one and all.
In the autumn we had 3 enormous cypress trees cut
down. The stump was ground up down to about 9 inches below soil level.
The 'soil' is now a mixture of quite heavy clay, ground up roots, bark and twiggy stems from the cypress plus quite a lot of ivy roots.
How should I now treat the ground to make it ready for growing flowers?
What do you think would grow well both in the short term (ie this year) and in the longer term for a more permanent planting.
Any advice or ideas very gratefully received.
- 31 Dec, 2011