A child on the watch, came towards them to beg; and Miss Bickerton, excessively frightened, gave a great scream, and calling on Harriet to follow her, ran up a steep bank, cleared a slight hedge at the top, and made the best of her way by a short cut back to
Or if they are growing up a trunk they can be pollarded - cut back to
the top of the trunk.
The participants averaged 3,600 mg of sodium a day when they entered the study, so they cut back to
2,600 to 2,800 mg a day during the first 1 1/2 to 3 years of the study (intakes weren't measured afterwards).
A Ideally the best time to prune the large macrophylla hydrangeas, be they the Lace cap or hortensia types, is spring, when the stems should be cut back to
A TOURIST was stranded on cliffs for eight hours after trying to take a short cut back to
Indeed, according to a recent estimate by Money magazine, if all government pensions were cut back to
private sector standards, the average person's tax bill, including federal, state, and local taxes, would drop by about 8 percent.
The entire plant should be cut back to
the ground EVERY winter.
In such cases, cut back to
the uppermost new shoots.
When asked to cut back to
save $20 a week themselves, men and women were remarkably similar:
Every two years, it should be cut back to
Most ornamental grasses, on the other hand, may be cut back to
ground level without a second thought.
Regular trailing ivy can become a problem if, once established, it is not cut back to
the ground every few years.
At the same time, many arborists, including Turney, frown upon the practice of topping trees, in which main branches are cut back to
She said that in January bushes should be cut back significantly, noting that some of her hybrid roses that tower at 6 feet are cut back to
If plants have grown leggy, however, they can be cut back to
encourage shrubbier growth.