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  1. guy mallinson

    vegetable patch under yew tree

    Hi Bayleaf very many thanks, this sounds less worrying than I thought. I am growing asparagus here so when we do eventually get a crop then there is little chance of picking up seeds. The tree is...
    Hi Bayleaf very many thanks, this sounds less worrying than I thought. I am growing asparagus here so when we do eventually get a crop then there is little chance of picking up seeds. The tree is up some steps from the patch. Therefore it only cuases a shadow at the end of the day and the rest...
    Hi Bayleaf very many thanks, this sounds less worrying than I thought. I am growing asparagus here so when we do eventually get a crop then there is little chance of picking up seeds. The tree is up some steps from the patch. Therefore it only...
    Hi Bayleaf very many thanks, this sounds less worrying than I thought. I am growing asparagus here so when we do eventually get a crop then there is little chance of picking up seeds. The tree is...
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  2. malc

    spring onion

    Yeah, that monkeys real cheeky, aint he.
    Yeah, that monkeys real cheeky, aint he.
    Yeah, that monkeys real cheeky, aint he.
    Yeah, that monkeys real cheeky, aint he.
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  3. Will Dunkerley

    Problem with my Chilli Seedlings

    Will, when I went in my greenhouse this morning my capsicum plants were also limp and bent over, they perked up later though. I wounder if its to do with very high daytime temps. followed by...
    Will, when I went in my greenhouse this morning my capsicum plants were also limp and bent over, they perked up later though. I wounder if its to do with very high daytime temps. followed by fairly low night temps.
    Will, when I went in my greenhouse this morning my capsicum plants were also limp and bent over, they perked up later though. I wounder if its to do with very high daytime temps. followed by fairly low night temps.
    Will, when I went in my greenhouse this morning my capsicum plants were also limp and bent over, they perked up later though. I wounder if its to do with very high daytime temps. followed by...
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  4. revnev

    Strawberry towers

    Excellent Lynne - I'll do that! - drown the slugs eh? :)I have now found the spike with holes in and rigged it up with a big cola bottle (which will double as a bird-scarer when the strawberries...
    Excellent Lynne - I'll do that! - drown the slugs eh? :)I have now found the spike with holes in and rigged it up with a big cola bottle (which will double as a bird-scarer when the strawberries are ripe - I hope!)It seems to do the job.I might add a photo if it helps anyone else...Phil
    Excellent Lynne - I'll do that! - drown the slugs eh? :)I have now found the spike with holes in and rigged it up with a big cola bottle (which will double as a bird-scarer when the strawberries are ripe - I hope!)It seems to do the job.I...
    Excellent Lynne - I'll do that! - drown the slugs eh? :)I have now found the spike with holes in and rigged it up with a big cola bottle (which will double as a bird-scarer when the strawberries...
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  5. slugbug

    wilting cucumber plant

    Thanks for the replys I cut off the limp leaves and the rest still seems ok.I am keeeping it away from draughs.I also bought another one today just incase I loose it but I am keeping it on my...
    Thanks for the replys I cut off the limp leaves and the rest still seems ok.I am keeeping it away from draughs.I also bought another one today just incase I loose it but I am keeping it on my kitchen windowsill a little longer. If they both survive my neighbours can have lots of cucumbers too. I...
    Thanks for the replys I cut off the limp leaves and the rest still seems ok.I am keeeping it away from draughs.I also bought another one today just incase I loose it but I am keeping it on my kitchen windowsill a little longer. If they both...
    Thanks for the replys I cut off the limp leaves and the rest still seems ok.I am keeeping it away from draughs.I also bought another one today just incase I loose it but I am keeping it on my...
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  6. Feline

    tomatoes

    You can't beat a warm tomato eaten straight from the plant on sunny dayI like how restaurants and supermarkets tart em up a bitsun ripened? (aren't they all?) and tomatoes on the vine (been...
    You can't beat a warm tomato eaten straight from the plant on sunny dayI like how restaurants and supermarkets tart em up a bitsun ripened? (aren't they all?) and tomatoes on the vine (been snipped off with a chunk of plant attached) :D
    You can't beat a warm tomato eaten straight from the plant on sunny dayI like how restaurants and supermarkets tart em up a bitsun ripened? (aren't they all?) and tomatoes on the vine (been snipped off with a chunk of plant attached) :D
    You can't beat a warm tomato eaten straight from the plant on sunny dayI like how restaurants and supermarkets tart em up a bitsun ripened? (aren't they all?) and tomatoes on the vine (been...
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  7. pakie0

    tomato plants

    I always seed Toms in small peat pots so you don't disturb their root system when potting on...just drop the pot in a bigger, next size up say 4" till out in open or 9" pot or growbag.
    I always seed Toms in small peat pots so you don't disturb their root system when potting on...just drop the pot in a bigger, next size up say 4" till out in open or 9" pot or growbag.
    I always seed Toms in small peat pots so you don't disturb their root system when potting on...just drop the pot in a bigger, next size up say 4" till out in open or 9" pot or growbag.
    I always seed Toms in small peat pots so you don't disturb their root system when potting on...just drop the pot in a bigger, next size up say 4" till out in open or 9" pot or growbag.
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  8. Neil

    Veg

    Hi Neil Sounds like they weren't firmed in enough, also are they in a bright enough spot? I tend to plant up to the first set of leaves really firm them in & put a brassica collar round each one....
    Hi Neil Sounds like they weren't firmed in enough, also are they in a bright enough spot? I tend to plant up to the first set of leaves really firm them in & put a brassica collar round each one. I would try earthing up round them & firming them in hard. I'm sure someone else will have advice...
    Hi Neil Sounds like they weren't firmed in enough, also are they in a bright enough spot? I tend to plant up to the first set of leaves really firm them in & put a brassica collar round each one. I would try earthing up round them & firming them...
    Hi Neil Sounds like they weren't firmed in enough, also are they in a bright enough spot? I tend to plant up to the first set of leaves really firm them in & put a brassica collar round each one....
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  9. Ambersparkle

    Asparagus

    Asparagus need very sandy soil and lots of brit. summer SUN ....raised.. if possibe to keep drier.. ...just keep Peacocks away , they love the tips ...like my hops ( miniature Asparagus ) I...
    Asparagus need very sandy soil and lots of brit. summer SUN ....raised.. if possibe to keep drier.. ...just keep Peacocks away , they love the tips ...like my hops ( miniature Asparagus ) I planted few years ago,and never came up next, well they did ..till one day saw Pedro taking all the new...
    Asparagus need very sandy soil and lots of brit. summer SUN ....raised.. if possibe to keep drier.. ...just keep Peacocks away , they love the tips ...like my hops ( miniature Asparagus ) I planted few years ago,and never came up next, well...
    Asparagus need very sandy soil and lots of brit. summer SUN ....raised.. if possibe to keep drier.. ...just keep Peacocks away , they love the tips ...like my hops ( miniature Asparagus ) I...
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  10. Trisha

    can you help please

    The ones ive grown were ok without support but im not sure if it depends on variety. Id re-pot the ones you want to keep into no less than a 2 liter pot now. If you do that you shouldnt have to...
    The ones ive grown were ok without support but im not sure if it depends on variety. Id re-pot the ones you want to keep into no less than a 2 liter pot now. If you do that you shouldnt have to re-pot again. Have you tried tomatoes? If you are going to be watering and feeding some peppers it...
    The ones ive grown were ok without support but im not sure if it depends on variety. Id re-pot the ones you want to keep into no less than a 2 liter pot now. If you do that you shouldnt have to re-pot again. Have you tried tomatoes? If you...
    The ones ive grown were ok without support but im not sure if it depends on variety. Id re-pot the ones you want to keep into no less than a 2 liter pot now. If you do that you shouldnt have to...
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  11. ophelia moonglow

    Jalepenos from seed

    Hi Ladybird,Sorry to ask such a basic question (I am very new to gardening), how do you go about drying the seeds naturally and properly?Ophelia
    Hi Ladybird,Sorry to ask such a basic question (I am very new to gardening), how do you go about drying the seeds naturally and properly?Ophelia
    Hi Ladybird,Sorry to ask such a basic question (I am very new to gardening), how do you go about drying the seeds naturally and properly?Ophelia
    Hi Ladybird,Sorry to ask such a basic question (I am very new to gardening), how do you go about drying the seeds naturally and properly?Ophelia
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  12. revin helen

    cauliflower

    I'm growing cauli for the 1st time, I've got some little florets about the size of a 10p piece. I read that if they're not grown properly you get button florrets, will my florrets grow?
    I'm growing cauli for the 1st time, I've got some little florets about the size of a 10p piece. I read that if they're not grown properly you get button florrets, will my florrets grow?
    I'm growing cauli for the 1st time, I've got some little florets about the size of a 10p piece. I read that if they're not grown properly you get button florrets, will my florrets grow?
    I'm growing cauli for the 1st time, I've got some little florets about the size of a 10p piece. I read that if they're not grown properly you get button florrets, will my florrets grow?
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  13. RONO

    VEGETABLES IN CONTAINERS

    thank you for your advice bayleaf i will have a go will be going to purchase the feed you sugested thanks again rono
    thank you for your advice bayleaf i will have a go will be going to purchase the feed you sugested thanks again rono
    thank you for your advice bayleaf i will have a go will be going to purchase the feed you sugested thanks again rono
    thank you for your advice bayleaf i will have a go will be going to purchase the feed you sugested thanks again rono
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  14. steven

    dd

    Thought it was revin' as in "vroom, vroom" rev your Triumph engine? [ April 14, 2005, 01:00 PM: Message edited by: Bayleaf ]
    Thought it was revin' as in "vroom, vroom" rev your Triumph engine? [ April 14, 2005, 01:00 PM: Message edited by: Bayleaf ]
    Thought it was revin' as in "vroom, vroom" rev your Triumph engine? [ April 14, 2005, 01:00 PM: Message edited by: Bayleaf ]
    Thought it was revin' as in "vroom, vroom" rev your Triumph engine? [ April 14, 2005, 01:00 PM: Message edited by: Bayleaf ]
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  15. max

    Vegetable Gardening Books

    Yes, Dr Hessayon good, + RHS "Growing Vegetables" in their small Encyclopaedia series (not "bulky" & easy to follow). + anything by Pippa Greenwood or Bob Flowerdew or the HDRA if you want to...
    Yes, Dr Hessayon good, + RHS "Growing Vegetables" in their small Encyclopaedia series (not "bulky" & easy to follow). + anything by Pippa Greenwood or Bob Flowerdew or the HDRA if you want to try organic growing (I recommend the HDRA encylcopaedia of Organic gardening - see if you can get it...
    Yes, Dr Hessayon good, + RHS "Growing Vegetables" in their small Encyclopaedia series (not "bulky" & easy to follow). + anything by Pippa Greenwood or Bob Flowerdew or the HDRA if you want to try organic growing (I recommend the HDRA...
    Yes, Dr Hessayon good, + RHS "Growing Vegetables" in their small Encyclopaedia series (not "bulky" & easy to follow). + anything by Pippa Greenwood or Bob Flowerdew or the HDRA if you want to...
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  16. Ambersparkle

    Strawberries

    Pics on behalf of 'Ladybird'Nathan.
    Pics on behalf of 'Ladybird'Nathan.
    Pics on behalf of 'Ladybird'Nathan.
    Pics on behalf of 'Ladybird'Nathan.
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  17. anorakgirl

    Muddy Vegetable Patch

    Hi, Thanks seems like the best option so have covered it in plastic and am waiting for it to dry out a bitHeh, and yes it seems like it always rains here, I might counting dry days actually just...
    Hi, Thanks seems like the best option so have covered it in plastic and am waiting for it to dry out a bitHeh, and yes it seems like it always rains here, I might counting dry days actually just to see...Thanks for the advice! Tamsin
    Hi, Thanks seems like the best option so have covered it in plastic and am waiting for it to dry out a bitHeh, and yes it seems like it always rains here, I might counting dry days actually just to see...Thanks for the advice! Tamsin
    Hi, Thanks seems like the best option so have covered it in plastic and am waiting for it to dry out a bitHeh, and yes it seems like it always rains here, I might counting dry days actually just...
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  18. max

    new veg garden

    Just had a thought. You can buy fruit plants in pots at any time but they are much cheaper if you buy them bare rooted in winter. There might still be time to get rasp canes and berries but im...
    Just had a thought. You can buy fruit plants in pots at any time but they are much cheaper if you buy them bare rooted in winter. There might still be time to get rasp canes and berries but im not sure.Southern nurseries sometimes have sales of stock that is too late for their area but is...
    Just had a thought. You can buy fruit plants in pots at any time but they are much cheaper if you buy them bare rooted in winter. There might still be time to get rasp canes and berries but im not sure.Southern nurseries sometimes have...
    Just had a thought. You can buy fruit plants in pots at any time but they are much cheaper if you buy them bare rooted in winter. There might still be time to get rasp canes and berries but im...
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  19. lil-lisa

    Pumpkins

    Hi lil-LisaPumpkins are indeed very greedy. I follow Bob Flowerdew's advice & pinch out the growing tip when there are 2-3 baby pumpkins per plant (about 5cm diameter), otherwise it's energy...
    Hi lil-LisaPumpkins are indeed very greedy. I follow Bob Flowerdew's advice & pinch out the growing tip when there are 2-3 baby pumpkins per plant (about 5cm diameter), otherwise it's energy just goes into making more & more leaf & stem & they get really, really huge! Also I've found if you...
    Hi lil-LisaPumpkins are indeed very greedy. I follow Bob Flowerdew's advice & pinch out the growing tip when there are 2-3 baby pumpkins per plant (about 5cm diameter), otherwise it's energy just goes into making more & more leaf & stem & they...
    Hi lil-LisaPumpkins are indeed very greedy. I follow Bob Flowerdew's advice & pinch out the growing tip when there are 2-3 baby pumpkins per plant (about 5cm diameter), otherwise it's energy...
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    2
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    649
  20. colin

    CRANBERRY PLANTS

    http://www.dorset-blueberry.com/
    http://www.dorset-blueberry.com/
    http://www.dorset-blueberry.com/
    http://www.dorset-blueberry.com/
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