It can get a bit damaged by frost but don't worry, a good chop back
every spring will keep it healthy.
TALK OF THE TERRACES John will chop back
a tree spoiling his view
I could hear Elliott Ward in the back of my head saying, 'Just set it,' but I knew I couldn't swing my right foot which is just for standing on, so I had to chop back
in on my left again and luckily I knew as soon as I had hit it that it was going in.
The company recently came under fire for proposals to chop back
part of its bus service between Conwy and Bangor by more than 50%.
The pensioner crashed three metres to the ground as he tried to chop back
the hedge in the garden of his house, in Olton Boulevard East, Acocks Green.
One striking and unusual feature of this manufacturing recession is that while hard-pressed companies chop back
their workforces, nobody seems deterred from borrowing by fear of losing their job.
Warnock almost got the chop back
then but a shock 3-1 win over Liverpool earned him a reprieve.
The outcome was this week's decision to chop back
the final bonuses so as to lower the value of the policies by 16 per cent.
NEW laws are being lined up to give councils the power to chop back
towering conifer hedges.
You can chop back
for fresh growth but there's no need until they get scrappy- looking.
Having been on the end of the Barnsley chop back
in August, Megson is confident today will be a different story.
BA will also chop back
services on less popular routes, concentrating on those more attractive to business customers.
If you leave it until spring to chop back
perennials, you will find all sorts of interest.
To keep them blooming well, don't just deadhead spent flowers, chop back
the flower stalk.
early-flowering shrubs, such as winter jasmine and forsythia, as soon as blooms die down.