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  1. Marley Farley

    Fruits & seeds.

    Oh absolutely agree Fran. Was amazed by them & the living area up there too!
    Oh absolutely agree Fran. Was amazed by them & the living area up there too!
    Oh absolutely agree Fran. Was amazed by them & the living area up there too!
    Oh absolutely agree Fran. Was amazed by them & the living area up there too!
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  2. cagney

    pumpkins

    Come on, jjordie - you should have the answer to this!!!
    Come on, jjordie - you should have the answer to this!!!
    Come on, jjordie - you should have the answer to this!!!
    Come on, jjordie - you should have the answer to this!!!
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  3. em

    PURPLE SPROUTING BROCCOLI???

    I eat anything off a purple sprouting broccoli! (except the blackfly!) Yum, yum, yum!
    I eat anything off a purple sprouting broccoli! (except the blackfly!) Yum, yum, yum!
    I eat anything off a purple sprouting broccoli! (except the blackfly!) Yum, yum, yum!
    I eat anything off a purple sprouting broccoli! (except the blackfly!) Yum, yum, yum!
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  4. David G

    Chillies

    Hi SteveThanks for both replies.Dave
    Hi SteveThanks for both replies.Dave
    Hi SteveThanks for both replies.Dave
    Hi SteveThanks for both replies.Dave
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  5. Clem

    Passion flower/fruit

    http://www.gardenerscorner.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=001015 Have a look here Clem.
    http://www.gardenerscorner.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=001015 Have a look here Clem.
    http://www.gardenerscorner.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=001015 Have a look here Clem.
    http://www.gardenerscorner.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=001015 Have a look here Clem.
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  6. cagney

    huckleberries

    I wonder if they are anything like 'whimberries' when I was little whimberry picking was a summer thing, ladies would walk miles to gather them and make pies sometimes with some apple added. I...
    I wonder if they are anything like 'whimberries' when I was little whimberry picking was a summer thing, ladies would walk miles to gather them and make pies sometimes with some apple added. I could just eat a piece.
    I wonder if they are anything like 'whimberries' when I was little whimberry picking was a summer thing, ladies would walk miles to gather them and make pies sometimes with some apple added. I could just eat a piece.
    I wonder if they are anything like 'whimberries' when I was little whimberry picking was a summer thing, ladies would walk miles to gather them and make pies sometimes with some apple added. I...
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  7. David G

    Garlic planting seeds

    Just split one of the garlic bulbs down into individual cloves and sow now
    Just split one of the garlic bulbs down into individual cloves and sow now
    Just split one of the garlic bulbs down into individual cloves and sow now
    Just split one of the garlic bulbs down into individual cloves and sow now
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  8. rosietutu

    Blackcurrants

    Thank you for the info ,think I will tidy em up, I did however get enough fruit to make three pots of Jam...Warm Scones, cream, and home made Blackcurrant jam Ooooh yummy
    Thank you for the info ,think I will tidy em up, I did however get enough fruit to make three pots of Jam...Warm Scones, cream, and home made Blackcurrant jam Ooooh yummy
    Thank you for the info ,think I will tidy em up, I did however get enough fruit to make three pots of Jam...Warm Scones, cream, and home made Blackcurrant jam Ooooh yummy
    Thank you for the info ,think I will tidy em up, I did however get enough fruit to make three pots of Jam...Warm Scones, cream, and home made Blackcurrant jam Ooooh yummy
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  9. dannytrose

    Winter Veg

    I have just bought some garlic bulbs but not planted them yet.Onion sets were also for sale. My pumpkins, courgettes and lettuces are still taking up my room at the moment so I need to wait for...
    I have just bought some garlic bulbs but not planted them yet.Onion sets were also for sale. My pumpkins, courgettes and lettuces are still taking up my room at the moment so I need to wait for some space.Spring cabbage is so tasty straight from the garden to the pan so I will be planting that.
    I have just bought some garlic bulbs but not planted them yet.Onion sets were also for sale. My pumpkins, courgettes and lettuces are still taking up my room at the moment so I need to wait for some space.Spring cabbage is so tasty straight from...
    I have just bought some garlic bulbs but not planted them yet.Onion sets were also for sale. My pumpkins, courgettes and lettuces are still taking up my room at the moment so I need to wait for...
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  10. ston

    massive pear tree very little fruit

    Hi Ston, I have a couple of pear's and I had a prob with powdery mildew. good blossom, wilts falls off, just a few pears mature. apples also affeced. Now under control.
    Hi Ston, I have a couple of pear's and I had a prob with powdery mildew. good blossom, wilts falls off, just a few pears mature. apples also affeced. Now under control.
    Hi Ston, I have a couple of pear's and I had a prob with powdery mildew. good blossom, wilts falls off, just a few pears mature. apples also affeced. Now under control.
    Hi Ston, I have a couple of pear's and I had a prob with powdery mildew. good blossom, wilts falls off, just a few pears mature. apples also affeced. Now under control.
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  11. Deserter

    Aubergines!

    Well, I am still not seeing anything from mine this year ...... Just lots of healthy foliage and flowers :( .Didn't sow them late either.Nathan.
    Well, I am still not seeing anything from mine this year ...... Just lots of healthy foliage and flowers :( .Didn't sow them late either.Nathan.
    Well, I am still not seeing anything from mine this year ...... Just lots of healthy foliage and flowers :( .Didn't sow them late either.Nathan.
    Well, I am still not seeing anything from mine this year ...... Just lots of healthy foliage and flowers :( .Didn't sow them late either.Nathan.
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  12. fiwi

    Chilli plant

    Thanks dalbuie, I'll have to be patient then... :rolleyes: fiwi
    Thanks dalbuie, I'll have to be patient then... :rolleyes: fiwi
    Thanks dalbuie, I'll have to be patient then... :rolleyes: fiwi
    Thanks dalbuie, I'll have to be patient then... :rolleyes: fiwi
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  13. chrispull

    CRAB APPLES

    I dont know why they do this late flowering sometimes but I've got a theory it might have something to do with drought, followed by a wet spell later on. The tree goes more or less dormant in the...
    I dont know why they do this late flowering sometimes but I've got a theory it might have something to do with drought, followed by a wet spell later on. The tree goes more or less dormant in the dry, and then starts to grow again in the wet.
    I dont know why they do this late flowering sometimes but I've got a theory it might have something to do with drought, followed by a wet spell later on. The tree goes more or less dormant in the dry, and then starts to grow again in the wet.
    I dont know why they do this late flowering sometimes but I've got a theory it might have something to do with drought, followed by a wet spell later on. The tree goes more or less dormant in the...
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  14. inducker

    potatoes

    Im a bit of a tatty fiend and i prefer the drier types rather than the waxy ones so getting the boiling just right is a bit of a skill. The main thing i thing is to keep an eye on the pot and...
    Im a bit of a tatty fiend and i prefer the drier types rather than the waxy ones so getting the boiling just right is a bit of a skill. The main thing i thing is to keep an eye on the pot and turn down the heat to a slow simmer once it starts to boil. Take them off the heat and drain...
    Im a bit of a tatty fiend and i prefer the drier types rather than the waxy ones so getting the boiling just right is a bit of a skill. The main thing i thing is to keep an eye on the pot and turn down the heat to a slow simmer once it starts to...
    Im a bit of a tatty fiend and i prefer the drier types rather than the waxy ones so getting the boiling just right is a bit of a skill. The main thing i thing is to keep an eye on the pot and...
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  15. G.Lavender

    Crab Apples

    I bought and planted a John Downey Crab last November and the reason I chose that variety was it was recommended for culinary purposes...ie delicious jelly with the apples I hope to have in the...
    I bought and planted a John Downey Crab last November and the reason I chose that variety was it was recommended for culinary purposes...ie delicious jelly with the apples I hope to have in the next few years... if I live long enough being well past my sell by date. :D
    I bought and planted a John Downey Crab last November and the reason I chose that variety was it was recommended for culinary purposes...ie delicious jelly with the apples I hope to have in the next few years... if I live long enough being well...
    I bought and planted a John Downey Crab last November and the reason I chose that variety was it was recommended for culinary purposes...ie delicious jelly with the apples I hope to have in the...
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  16. BOB WHITTON

    WALLNUTS

    Hi, I know it is a bit late but found this link, may be good for next year. http://recipes.epicurean.com/recipedetail.jsp?recipe_no=13650 [ 28. August 2005, 06:17 PM: Message edited...
    Hi, I know it is a bit late but found this link, may be good for next year. http://recipes.epicurean.com/recipedetail.jsp?recipe_no=13650 [ 28. August 2005, 06:17 PM: Message edited by: Marley Farley ]
    Hi, I know it is a bit late but found this link, may be good for next year. http://recipes.epicurean.com/recipedetail.jsp?recipe_no=13650 [ 28. August 2005, 06:17 PM: Message edited by: Marley Farley ]
    Hi, I know it is a bit late but found this link, may be good for next year. http://recipes.epicurean.com/recipedetail.jsp?recipe_no=13650 [ 28. August 2005, 06:17 PM: Message edited...
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  17. Paladin

    Tomato leaves

    You need to remove the bigger, lower ones and any others masking the fruit, to allow the sun in so they ripen. Also, if left, leaves will take the nutrients and moisture you want the fruit to...
    You need to remove the bigger, lower ones and any others masking the fruit, to allow the sun in so they ripen. Also, if left, leaves will take the nutrients and moisture you want the fruit to have.So I always remove quite a few when the fruit have arrived. By that time it hardly matters as...
    You need to remove the bigger, lower ones and any others masking the fruit, to allow the sun in so they ripen. Also, if left, leaves will take the nutrients and moisture you want the fruit to have.So I always remove quite a few when the fruit...
    You need to remove the bigger, lower ones and any others masking the fruit, to allow the sun in so they ripen. Also, if left, leaves will take the nutrients and moisture you want the fruit to...
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  18. Rogthefish

    Sweet Peppers(capsicum)

    I've got redskin plants and plenty of fruit.Can someone tell me how big they will get and if I leave them on the plant if they will ripen and turn red?ThanksFeline
    I've got redskin plants and plenty of fruit.Can someone tell me how big they will get and if I leave them on the plant if they will ripen and turn red?ThanksFeline
    I've got redskin plants and plenty of fruit.Can someone tell me how big they will get and if I leave them on the plant if they will ripen and turn red?ThanksFeline
    I've got redskin plants and plenty of fruit.Can someone tell me how big they will get and if I leave them on the plant if they will ripen and turn red?ThanksFeline
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  19. Lissy2

    Pollinating my cucumber and courgette plants

    Hi Lissysee here http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/basics/techniques/growfruitandveg_growingmarrows.shtmlYou can tell the female flowers as these will have a baby fruit behind them and the males...
    Hi Lissysee here http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/basics/techniques/growfruitandveg_growingmarrows.shtmlYou can tell the female flowers as these will have a baby fruit behind them and the males are just on a stalkCourgettes need pollinating by insects to develop fruit or tickle inside a male...
    Hi Lissysee here http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/basics/techniques/growfruitandveg_growingmarrows.shtmlYou can tell the female flowers as these will have a baby fruit behind them and the males are just on a stalkCourgettes need pollinating...
    Hi Lissysee here http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/basics/techniques/growfruitandveg_growingmarrows.shtmlYou can tell the female flowers as these will have a baby fruit behind them and the males...
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  20. hans

    marrow ?

    At the moment SteveW it seems to have only male flowers but if anything developes I shall post. Thanks so far.
    At the moment SteveW it seems to have only male flowers but if anything developes I shall post. Thanks so far.
    At the moment SteveW it seems to have only male flowers but if anything developes I shall post. Thanks so far.
    At the moment SteveW it seems to have only male flowers but if anything developes I shall post. Thanks so far.
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