Neutralising effect of lime on Roundup on beds?
My neighbour's 'gardener', I use the term loosely, persistently uses Roundup on her beds. No wonder nothing grows there. Now he has just strimmed the David Austin rose bushes I bought her in memory of her late mother, destroying lots of buds that were just coming and leaving the plants with ragged stems. My neighbour is furious and is going to sack him. I would like to plant lots of spring bulbs for her as a surprise, I've read that garden lime can neutralise the effect of Roundup. I also plan to buy some compost to improve the beds - do you think that will be enough for the bulbs and anything else I might plant to thrive? Thank you.