1. THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE 2 MINUTE SILENCE
    IN MEMORY OF ARMANDII


    Armandii's chosen charity was Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) - donations in his memory are welcomed, paid directly to the charity. Please ask a member of Admin for further information.

Dismiss Notice
We have a very sad announcement to make - please see the thread in the link below:

Please Click Here

Edible Gardening

Sort By:
Title
Replies Views
Last Message ↓
  1. Tinkerbelle61

    Advice on these carrots please

    If it is green fly, yes you can use washing up liquid.
    If it is green fly, yes you can use washing up liquid.
    If it is green fly, yes you can use washing up liquid.
    If it is green fly, yes you can use washing up liquid.
    Replies:
    3
    Views:
    220
  2. Sian in Belgium
    Like x 3

    Successes and failures 2020

    My main success this year has been the living willow hut. From a start as 2ft wands, the willows with better roots which I put in the corners are now as tall as me, and even the smaller ones which...
    My main success this year has been the living willow hut. From a start as 2ft wands, the willows with better roots which I put in the corners are now as tall as me, and even the smaller ones which started with basically no roots at all are doing OK. I'll prune in winter to keep them on track,...
    My main success this year has been the living willow hut. From a start as 2ft wands, the willows with better roots which I put in the corners are now as tall as me, and even the smaller ones which started with basically no roots at all are doing...
    My main success this year has been the living willow hut. From a start as 2ft wands, the willows with better roots which I put in the corners are now as tall as me, and even the smaller ones which...
    Replies:
    24
    Views:
    781
  3. peter121

    re rhubarb.

    good morning. could anyone give me any advice on red leaf. is the crown diseased and have to be disposed of or can it be salvaged. would appreciate any feed back. ps was inherited when we moved...
    good morning. could anyone give me any advice on red leaf. is the crown diseased and have to be disposed of or can it be salvaged. would appreciate any feed back. ps was inherited when we moved to new house so i do not know what the name is. regards peter.
    good morning. could anyone give me any advice on red leaf. is the crown diseased and have to be disposed of or can it be salvaged. would appreciate any feed back. ps was inherited when we moved to new house so i do not know what the name is....
    good morning. could anyone give me any advice on red leaf. is the crown diseased and have to be disposed of or can it be salvaged. would appreciate any feed back. ps was inherited when we moved...
    Replies:
    0
    Views:
    205
  4. mogcat22

    Few runners on my beans

    Our beans have not been to bad, but about 2 weeks ago they stop but now have just started to flower again, i've got some i planted in 1st week of August and flowering nicely :) so i'm hoping for a...
    Our beans have not been to bad, but about 2 weeks ago they stop but now have just started to flower again, i've got some i planted in 1st week of August and flowering nicely :) so i'm hoping for a nice Autumn/Indian summer :love30:The hot weather wasn't any good for my beans, still got to fill the...
    Our beans have not been to bad, but about 2 weeks ago they stop but now have just started to flower again, i've got some i planted in 1st week of August and flowering nicely :) so i'm hoping for a nice Autumn/Indian summer :love30:The hot weather wasn't...
    Our beans have not been to bad, but about 2 weeks ago they stop but now have just started to flower again, i've got some i planted in 1st week of August and flowering nicely :) so i'm hoping for a...
    Replies:
    13
    Views:
    344
  5. Gloucester Gardener

    What are these?

    That makes sense as the number of slugs and snails in my garden is insane! Thanks.
    That makes sense as the number of slugs and snails in my garden is insane! Thanks.
    That makes sense as the number of slugs and snails in my garden is insane! Thanks.
    That makes sense as the number of slugs and snails in my garden is insane! Thanks.
    Replies:
    3
    Views:
    211
  6. Ken82

    Good berry issue

    Hard to tell. They aren't always right under the stuff. What kind of texture is it?
    Hard to tell. They aren't always right under the stuff. What kind of texture is it?
    Hard to tell. They aren't always right under the stuff. What kind of texture is it?
    Hard to tell. They aren't always right under the stuff. What kind of texture is it?
    Replies:
    5
    Views:
    201
  7. mazambo

    Rhubarb

    I've recently retired and i can fully recommend it! As for rhubarb crumble.. What's not to like. Mrs JR does it in a vitrous enamel baking tin, and the juice caramelises around the edge as it...
    I've recently retired and i can fully recommend it! As for rhubarb crumble.. What's not to like. Mrs JR does it in a vitrous enamel baking tin, and the juice caramelises around the edge as it cooks.. Lurvly
    I've recently retired and i can fully recommend it! As for rhubarb crumble.. What's not to like. Mrs JR does it in a vitrous enamel baking tin, and the juice caramelises around the edge as it cooks.. Lurvly
    I've recently retired and i can fully recommend it! As for rhubarb crumble.. What's not to like. Mrs JR does it in a vitrous enamel baking tin, and the juice caramelises around the edge as it...
    Replies:
    11
    Views:
    363
  8. TomatoFail

    Brown spots on yellow tomatoes

    Hello,New to the forum, thank you for the welcome! We just started vegetable gardening at home. We have some past experience but are growing yellow tomatoes for the first time and have two...
    Hello,New to the forum, thank you for the welcome! We just started vegetable gardening at home. We have some past experience but are growing yellow tomatoes for the first time and have two questions it would be great if someone can help with:1) We grew yellow stuffer tomatoes but they have...
    Hello,New to the forum, thank you for the welcome! We just started vegetable gardening at home. We have some past experience but are growing yellow tomatoes for the first time and have two questions it would be great if someone can help...
    Hello,New to the forum, thank you for the welcome! We just started vegetable gardening at home. We have some past experience but are growing yellow tomatoes for the first time and have two...
    IMG_20200901_1127369.jpg
    Replies:
    0
    Views:
    168
  9. joolz68

    Apple and plum tree problem

    Agree it looks like apple scab. (Of course worth checking for any creepy crawlies in the apples too just in case there are multiple issues going on).For control, a spray early in season and...
    Agree it looks like apple scab. (Of course worth checking for any creepy crawlies in the apples too just in case there are multiple issues going on).For control, a spray early in season and clearing fallen leaves well in autumn is recommended.I have read that the scab affected fruit are fine...
    Agree it looks like apple scab. (Of course worth checking for any creepy crawlies in the apples too just in case there are multiple issues going on).For control, a spray early in season and clearing fallen leaves well in autumn is...
    Agree it looks like apple scab. (Of course worth checking for any creepy crawlies in the apples too just in case there are multiple issues going on).For control, a spray early in season and...
    Replies:
    3
    Views:
    226
  10. karaman

    Can i propage a fig by sticking a branch into the ground?

    I did this with several trimmings, all took
    I did this with several trimmings, all took
    I did this with several trimmings, all took
    I did this with several trimmings, all took
    Replies:
    4
    Views:
    203
  11. Sian in Belgium

    How to stop cloches blowing away?

    In all honesty the BEST cloches are the old Chase continuous cloche (Glass) Alternatively make your own from glass sheets and clips you can get to make tent cloches. Not as good as the barn and...
    In all honesty the BEST cloches are the old Chase continuous cloche (Glass) Alternatively make your own from glass sheets and clips you can get to make tent cloches. Not as good as the barn and high barn cloches but better by far than plastic. Once in position hose them down and the natural...
    In all honesty the BEST cloches are the old Chase continuous cloche (Glass) Alternatively make your own from glass sheets and clips you can get to make tent cloches. Not as good as the barn and high barn cloches but better by far than plastic....
    In all honesty the BEST cloches are the old Chase continuous cloche (Glass) Alternatively make your own from glass sheets and clips you can get to make tent cloches. Not as good as the barn and...
    Replies:
    12
    Views:
    2,776
  12. Engelbert

    Is this tomato blight, if not what please?

    I refer back to my post 12.Aug. 20
    I refer back to my post 12.Aug. 20
    I refer back to my post 12.Aug. 20
    I refer back to my post 12.Aug. 20
    Replies:
    18
    Views:
    555
  13. PP1

    Squash Mashed Potato Harvest?

    Hi all. I planted 2 of these squash in a potato grow bag 20th May. The 1st photo is the big one that was 1st to take hold. I have lots of younger fruit that are clearly not ready, but the big...
    Hi all. I planted 2 of these squash in a potato grow bag 20th May. The 1st photo is the big one that was 1st to take hold. I have lots of younger fruit that are clearly not ready, but the big one is a good month in advance. Can I harvest this one? I thought it was a winter squash so had to...
    Hi all. I planted 2 of these squash in a potato grow bag 20th May. The 1st photo is the big one that was 1st to take hold. I have lots of younger fruit that are clearly not ready, but the big one is a good month in advance. Can I harvest this...
    Hi all. I planted 2 of these squash in a potato grow bag 20th May. The 1st photo is the big one that was 1st to take hold. I have lots of younger fruit that are clearly not ready, but the big...
    20200825_141220.jpg 20200825_141235.jpg 20200825_141236.jpg
    Replies:
    0
    Views:
    145
  14. PP1

    Pumpkin Galeux d'eysines Fruit Rot

    I was wondering that. Thanks. There are some more forming so maybe removing that one will help the others? Going to be very windy tonight and tomorrow so I'll leave it on vine as a weight. ...
    I was wondering that. Thanks. There are some more forming so maybe removing that one will help the others? Going to be very windy tonight and tomorrow so I'll leave it on vine as a weight. Unless I get an overwhelming response saying cut it!
    I was wondering that. Thanks. There are some more forming so maybe removing that one will help the others? Going to be very windy tonight and tomorrow so I'll leave it on vine as a weight. Unless I get an overwhelming response saying cut it!
    I was wondering that. Thanks. There are some more forming so maybe removing that one will help the others? Going to be very windy tonight and tomorrow so I'll leave it on vine as a weight. ...
    Replies:
    2
    Views:
    162
  15. JWK
    Like x 5

    Giant Onions 2020

    Attempting to tidy and braid my onions today :rolleyespink:
    Attempting to tidy and braid my onions today :rolleyespink:
    Attempting to tidy and braid my onions today :rolleyespink:
    Attempting to tidy and braid my onions today :rolleyespink:
    5DF80F3D-688B-415D-9F17-4736F419A258.jpeg 20200516_172748.jpg 15896563634101353841077.jpg 20200719_183822.jpg 20200709_092549.jpg 20200816_115625.jpg
    Replies:
    22
    Views:
    1,678
  16. Arlandria

    Strawberries

    Looking fab Emily:dbgrtmb:
    Looking fab Emily:dbgrtmb:
    Looking fab Emily:dbgrtmb:
    Looking fab Emily:dbgrtmb:
    Replies:
    45
    Views:
    1,593
  17. misterQ

    Post pictures of your radishes here...

    They must be the size of cricket balls by now, landimad.Anyway, just to show that, with a little diligence, a second crop of radishes can also be easily grown in the summer heat.Here they...
    They must be the size of cricket balls by now, landimad.Anyway, just to show that, with a little diligence, a second crop of radishes can also be easily grown in the summer heat.Here they were a few moments ago.Incidentally, the other crop next to the radishes is coriander.
    They must be the size of cricket balls by now, landimad.Anyway, just to show that, with a little diligence, a second crop of radishes can also be easily grown in the summer heat.Here they were a few moments ago.Incidentally, the...
    They must be the size of cricket balls by now, landimad.Anyway, just to show that, with a little diligence, a second crop of radishes can also be easily grown in the summer heat.Here they...
    Replies:
    52
    Views:
    3,851
  18. cinnamon:g

    Is it possible to grow indoors?

    Thank you. Just the sort of advice I needed. I will stick to house plants at most if I do decide to try something indoors.
    Thank you. Just the sort of advice I needed. I will stick to house plants at most if I do decide to try something indoors.
    Thank you. Just the sort of advice I needed. I will stick to house plants at most if I do decide to try something indoors.
    Thank you. Just the sort of advice I needed. I will stick to house plants at most if I do decide to try something indoors.
    Replies:
    2
    Views:
    214
  19. Ystalyfera

    What's wrong with tomatoes

    And they vary in quality. I don't use them at all.
    And they vary in quality. I don't use them at all.
    And they vary in quality. I don't use them at all.
    And they vary in quality. I don't use them at all.
    Replies:
    9
    Views:
    313
  20. wiseowl
    Like x 5

    Victoria Plums/James Grieve Apples

    Can I just say, Bramleys are picked far too early mostly, when ripe you can eat them straight off the tree, in october.:biggrin:
    Can I just say, Bramleys are picked far too early mostly, when ripe you can eat them straight off the tree, in october.:biggrin:
    Can I just say, Bramleys are picked far too early mostly, when ripe you can eat them straight off the tree, in october.:biggrin:
    Can I just say, Bramleys are picked far too early mostly, when ripe you can eat them straight off the tree, in october.:biggrin:
    Replies:
    3
    Views:
    179

Thread Display Options

Loading...
  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.
    Dismiss Notice