"Never" is a long word. Leylandii will develop new shoots from old wood
if dosed with a high nitrogen fertiliser. I've regenerated one Leyladii
hedge that had been allowed to shoot up to 20ft by cutting it down to
six ft. Then getting inside and cutting a V shaped section along the
length of the hedge to allow light to penetrate into the interior. Then
followed five years of weaving in braches, cutting back to let light get
to the developing shoots and the regular trimming it should have had
from day one. The next owner of the property kept up the treatment after
I told him what we were doing and today it's a fine hedge. As good as a
typical yew hedge IMO. But it has taken near 15 years to get it that
This computer has never had an undetected error.
I'm glad I'm not the only one that feels like that - I can handle large
amounts of dogs barking, loud music, revving engines etc etc but wind
chimes!!!! Thank goodness the neighbours don't have a water feature as
And 2 chimes, one enormous metal "tubular bells type " , one wooden
And she has a prominent fat behind....with a tongue to match.
And they live in the garden as much as in their back room & shout between
hence the need for a screen....
(I don't wanto get into an arguing with neighbours thread as you just can't
win an argument with people as thick as them!)
Dear me, Andy, you're starting to sound like IMM. If those two line were
presented without attribution, I'd suspect a definite IMM-ness[*]. See what
happens when you spend too long flam^h^h^h^h arguing with him? Don't judge
a book by its cover (or a woman by the shape of her behind).
[*] Reinforced by your mis-spilling of "auxiliary" -- or was that the Welsh
"Andy Hall" wrote
| At one time I had some British colleagues who worked and lived in
| Switzerland (in the Swiss-German part) in an apartment building.
| The rules were quite strict. There was a communal washing machine
| and each apartment (they were small) had its appointed day to do
| laundry Woe betide anybody who didn't leave the detergent dispenser
I am very tempted to suggest to my upstairs neighbour landlord that she get
some Swiss tenants.
The last lot left after the couple broke up, according to the landlord.
"That would explain the vase-smashing 'You stole my wean ya bas' arguments
at 3 a.m." I told her.
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