I have been given the task of taking care of my folks plants whilst they complete their new house (derelict). I am not green fingered in any way shape or form so am looking for some basic information.
The bizzy lizzy is in a pot had next to no soil in it having been left in a hallway neglected (actually forgotten as it was behind something else) so it was on deaths door. I added a little bit of soil from the garden (chalk soil) and watered occasionally with warm water and its grown like a loony, now nicknamed the 'Triffid'.
Its now come to a point where really it needs thinning before it takes over my windowsill so what is the best way to take cuttings so that they survive and so I don't kill off the main plant?? My parents have had this plant since they married nearly 35 years ago and its a lovely pink flower (is in flower at the moment) so having accidentally revived it I'm reluctant to kill it off so close to it being returned to them.
Also does anyone know a cheap way to create an English hedgerow that will help the local wildlife? No budget so ideas most appreciated