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  1. coll

    long life ornamental orange fruit - over 1 year old

    The fruits of citrus can take a year to fully develop, so some do have fruits on for over a yearhttp://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profiles0101/citrus_cultivation.asp
    The fruits of citrus can take a year to fully develop, so some do have fruits on for over a yearhttp://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profiles0101/citrus_cultivation.asp
    The fruits of citrus can take a year to fully develop, so some do have fruits on for over a yearhttp://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profiles0101/citrus_cultivation.asp
    The fruits of citrus can take a year to fully develop, so some do have fruits on for over a yearhttp://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profiles0101/citrus_cultivation.asp
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  2. elainefiz

    chamomile tea and tomatoes?

    i think the amount is one tea bag to a gallon of water.gonna give it a bash if i ever get greenhouse insulated.husbands just gone for more clip thingies to attatch it.
    i think the amount is one tea bag to a gallon of water.gonna give it a bash if i ever get greenhouse insulated.husbands just gone for more clip thingies to attatch it.
    i think the amount is one tea bag to a gallon of water.gonna give it a bash if i ever get greenhouse insulated.husbands just gone for more clip thingies to attatch it.
    i think the amount is one tea bag to a gallon of water.gonna give it a bash if i ever get greenhouse insulated.husbands just gone for more clip thingies to attatch it.
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  3. mike57

    planting garlic too late

    I would pop them into pots of 50/50 compost and perlite and put them in a light position, keeping them watered. Them when this current cold snap is over and a milder spell forecast, get them into...
    I would pop them into pots of 50/50 compost and perlite and put them in a light position, keeping them watered. Them when this current cold snap is over and a milder spell forecast, get them into the groundGood luck
    I would pop them into pots of 50/50 compost and perlite and put them in a light position, keeping them watered. Them when this current cold snap is over and a milder spell forecast, get them into the groundGood luck
    I would pop them into pots of 50/50 compost and perlite and put them in a light position, keeping them watered. Them when this current cold snap is over and a milder spell forecast, get them into...
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  4. mbweim

    Fruit Trees in Pots

    id really prefer to use john innes type compost here, or use the water retaining gel with the compost
    id really prefer to use john innes type compost here, or use the water retaining gel with the compost
    id really prefer to use john innes type compost here, or use the water retaining gel with the compost
    id really prefer to use john innes type compost here, or use the water retaining gel with the compost
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  5. Grottybags

    Crop rotation - What doesn't need rotatating?

    Seems the general advice is to plant in a separate plot and see! In this country pests aren't a great problem for corn, but you could try some companion planting to help. A border round the corn...
    Seems the general advice is to plant in a separate plot and see! In this country pests aren't a great problem for corn, but you could try some companion planting to help. A border round the corn of geraniums, parsley, radishes will help to prevent beetles and other pests. Where space is...
    Seems the general advice is to plant in a separate plot and see! In this country pests aren't a great problem for corn, but you could try some companion planting to help. A border round the corn of geraniums, parsley, radishes will help to...
    Seems the general advice is to plant in a separate plot and see! In this country pests aren't a great problem for corn, but you could try some companion planting to help. A border round the corn...
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  6. Herb

    Beetroot

    I grew them last year, bolt hardy variety, some were as big as small swedes.When you boil them, leave them in the water to cool, this makes them tenderer.When they are cold, its a matter of just...
    I grew them last year, bolt hardy variety, some were as big as small swedes.When you boil them, leave them in the water to cool, this makes them tenderer.When they are cold, its a matter of just rubbing off the skins.Cold,sliced on cheese sarnies.................beautiful. [ 21. January 2006,...
    I grew them last year, bolt hardy variety, some were as big as small swedes.When you boil them, leave them in the water to cool, this makes them tenderer.When they are cold, its a matter of just rubbing off the skins.Cold,sliced on cheese...
    I grew them last year, bolt hardy variety, some were as big as small swedes.When you boil them, leave them in the water to cool, this makes them tenderer.When they are cold, its a matter of just...
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  7. badsal72

    sweet potatoes

    What a great link...Thanks :eek: :D
    What a great link...Thanks :eek: :D
    What a great link...Thanks :eek: :D
    What a great link...Thanks :eek: :D
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  8. Lenticular

    Washing Parsnips

    Most wives do Hans
    Most wives do Hans
    Most wives do Hans
    Most wives do Hans
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  9. The Little Gardener

    Too many vegetables

    Has anyone else got a dehydrator? My daughter gave me one for Christmas a few years ago, and you can dry fruit, veg etc in it. Lovely for snacks. Tomatoes can be either dried for use in soups...
    Has anyone else got a dehydrator? My daughter gave me one for Christmas a few years ago, and you can dry fruit, veg etc in it. Lovely for snacks. Tomatoes can be either dried for use in soups later on or semi dried for snacks. Most useful for excess fruit [cherries, apples, pears, strawberries...
    Has anyone else got a dehydrator? My daughter gave me one for Christmas a few years ago, and you can dry fruit, veg etc in it. Lovely for snacks. Tomatoes can be either dried for use in soups later on or semi dried for snacks. Most useful for...
    Has anyone else got a dehydrator? My daughter gave me one for Christmas a few years ago, and you can dry fruit, veg etc in it. Lovely for snacks. Tomatoes can be either dried for use in soups...
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  10. Pauline Adams

    Onions

    Soil well manured from a previous crop will help. I have a farmer friend an he and his wife bring us a load of 'muck' [farmyard manure] I leave it covered for 1 year or so before using. It seems...
    Soil well manured from a previous crop will help. I have a farmer friend an he and his wife bring us a load of 'muck' [farmyard manure] I leave it covered for 1 year or so before using. It seems to put the soil right and you don't need a lot of bonemeal or simmilar.[organic]
    Soil well manured from a previous crop will help. I have a farmer friend an he and his wife bring us a load of 'muck' [farmyard manure] I leave it covered for 1 year or so before using. It seems to put the soil right and you don't need a lot of...
    Soil well manured from a previous crop will help. I have a farmer friend an he and his wife bring us a load of 'muck' [farmyard manure] I leave it covered for 1 year or so before using. It seems...
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  11. Herb

    Veg timetable

    Might check that out. Thanks Chan. ;)
    Might check that out. Thanks Chan. ;)
    Might check that out. Thanks Chan. ;)
    Might check that out. Thanks Chan. ;)
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  12. Cherub

    Will it be safe to eat?

    basically all you need to do is take a ph test and find out what your soil is like and call the councill, i should think they will help, Aaron.
    basically all you need to do is take a ph test and find out what your soil is like and call the councill, i should think they will help, Aaron.
    basically all you need to do is take a ph test and find out what your soil is like and call the councill, i should think they will help, Aaron.
    basically all you need to do is take a ph test and find out what your soil is like and call the councill, i should think they will help, Aaron.
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  13. hans

    pickled

    I have two boys - 7 and 10 - and each Christmas, Nanny gives us a jar of "home" pickled onions, which they devour at break-neck speed... this Christmas, we tried other pickles too, and all...
    I have two boys - 7 and 10 - and each Christmas, Nanny gives us a jar of "home" pickled onions, which they devour at break-neck speed... this Christmas, we tried other pickles too, and all decided shop ones didn't even come close to home made, so later this year, we are going to do our own...
    I have two boys - 7 and 10 - and each Christmas, Nanny gives us a jar of "home" pickled onions, which they devour at break-neck speed... this Christmas, we tried other pickles too, and all decided shop ones didn't even come close to home made,...
    I have two boys - 7 and 10 - and each Christmas, Nanny gives us a jar of "home" pickled onions, which they devour at break-neck speed... this Christmas, we tried other pickles too, and all...
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  14. aqua

    Soft Fruit - Gooseberries and a Currant

    damn you! that place isn't *that* far from meI'm seeing a visit coming on soon :D
    damn you! that place isn't *that* far from meI'm seeing a visit coming on soon :D
    damn you! that place isn't *that* far from meI'm seeing a visit coming on soon :D
    damn you! that place isn't *that* far from meI'm seeing a visit coming on soon :D
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  15. robbsy1

    Garlic

    Thanks for that paladin
    Thanks for that paladin
    Thanks for that paladin
    Thanks for that paladin
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  16. rosietutu

    Gooseberries

    Hi, I'm glad you are pleased with your plants. Sometimes with mail order you don't always get quite what you'd hoped. Will be interested to know how they progress, and if they taste as good as...
    Hi, I'm glad you are pleased with your plants. Sometimes with mail order you don't always get quite what you'd hoped. Will be interested to know how they progress, and if they taste as good as expected! I now know a lot more about gooseberry varieties than I did before - one of the many...
    Hi, I'm glad you are pleased with your plants. Sometimes with mail order you don't always get quite what you'd hoped. Will be interested to know how they progress, and if they taste as good as expected! I now know a lot more about gooseberry...
    Hi, I'm glad you are pleased with your plants. Sometimes with mail order you don't always get quite what you'd hoped. Will be interested to know how they progress, and if they taste as good as...
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  17. GARDENANGEL

    WATER CRESS

    Pete, watercress is lovely in a salad and is extremely good for you, has lots vitamin C and helps prevent cancer. Also, as Jamie Oliver says, 'it's got a nice peppery taste'!! :D [ 30....
    Pete, watercress is lovely in a salad and is extremely good for you, has lots vitamin C and helps prevent cancer. Also, as Jamie Oliver says, 'it's got a nice peppery taste'!! :D [ 30. November 2005, 09:58 AM: Message edited by: jjordie ]
    Pete, watercress is lovely in a salad and is extremely good for you, has lots vitamin C and helps prevent cancer. Also, as Jamie Oliver says, 'it's got a nice peppery taste'!! :D [ 30. November 2005, 09:58 AM: Message edited by: jjordie ]
    Pete, watercress is lovely in a salad and is extremely good for you, has lots vitamin C and helps prevent cancer. Also, as Jamie Oliver says, 'it's got a nice peppery taste'!! :D [ 30....
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  18. colin

    CRANBERRY PLANTS

    Cranberry tablets available from www.healthspan.co.uk [ 21. November 2005, 07:45 PM: Message edited by: jjordie ]
    Cranberry tablets available from www.healthspan.co.uk [ 21. November 2005, 07:45 PM: Message edited by: jjordie ]
    Cranberry tablets available from www.healthspan.co.uk [ 21. November 2005, 07:45 PM: Message edited by: jjordie ]
    Cranberry tablets available from www.healthspan.co.uk [ 21. November 2005, 07:45 PM: Message edited by: jjordie ]
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  19. rosietutu

    Gooseberries

    Re Gooseberries, I contacted "Future Forests" in Ireland and for a modest price they are mailing two bushes one.. Golden Drop and I settled for a red.. Crown Bob which I had never heard of, be...
    Re Gooseberries, I contacted "Future Forests" in Ireland and for a modest price they are mailing two bushes one.. Golden Drop and I settled for a red.. Crown Bob which I had never heard of, be interesting I will keep you posted.
    Re Gooseberries, I contacted "Future Forests" in Ireland and for a modest price they are mailing two bushes one.. Golden Drop and I settled for a red.. Crown Bob which I had never heard of, be interesting I will keep you posted.
    Re Gooseberries, I contacted "Future Forests" in Ireland and for a modest price they are mailing two bushes one.. Golden Drop and I settled for a red.. Crown Bob which I had never heard of, be...
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  20. ewal

    Broad Beans

    hmm i planted some b/beans early october . as recommended on the packet......theyre now flowering, although only 12" tall, so i ve been using tops as veg and i expect rest will end up in the soup...
    hmm i planted some b/beans early october . as recommended on the packet......theyre now flowering, although only 12" tall, so i ve been using tops as veg and i expect rest will end up in the soup pot ,,,,,, along with carrot sown August....... now 2" long and rather ,, well small i think they...
    hmm i planted some b/beans early october . as recommended on the packet......theyre now flowering, although only 12" tall, so i ve been using tops as veg and i expect rest will end up in the soup pot ,,,,,, along with carrot sown August..........
    hmm i planted some b/beans early october . as recommended on the packet......theyre now flowering, although only 12" tall, so i ve been using tops as veg and i expect rest will end up in the soup...
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