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  4. Black Dog

    Lawn edge material choice

    Not from my own use, I'm afraid. Stuff that other people have put in though, it's gone at least 5 years without rotting. And with it being stuck in the ground, even when it rots, there's still...
    Not from my own use, I'm afraid. Stuff that other people have put in though, it's gone at least 5 years without rotting. And with it being stuck in the ground, even when it rots, there's still some structure to keep the path there.
    Not from my own use, I'm afraid. Stuff that other people have put in though, it's gone at least 5 years without rotting. And with it being stuck in the ground, even when it rots, there's still some structure to keep the path there.
    Not from my own use, I'm afraid. Stuff that other people have put in though, it's gone at least 5 years without rotting. And with it being stuck in the ground, even when it rots, there's still...
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  5. Mark L Cliff

    Climber suggestion?

    You're welcome. :)
    You're welcome. :)
    You're welcome. :)
    You're welcome. :)
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  6. Mark L Cliff

    Training new Wisteria on wires?

    Thanks for the replies, looking forward to seeing what happens over the next few months.
    Thanks for the replies, looking forward to seeing what happens over the next few months.
    Thanks for the replies, looking forward to seeing what happens over the next few months.
    Thanks for the replies, looking forward to seeing what happens over the next few months.
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  7. Newbie garden guy

    Evergreen 4 in 1 feed and weed or evergreen fast green

    Soluble or granules doesn't really matter they both do the job , they is less chance you'd scorch the lawn with a soluble feed which is very common with a granule feed .Feed by what the...
    Soluble or granules doesn't really matter they both do the job , they is less chance you'd scorch the lawn with a soluble feed which is very common with a granule feed .Feed by what the instructions recommend but soluble feeds don't tend to last as long usually up to 4 weeks , sometimes 6...
    Soluble or granules doesn't really matter they both do the job , they is less chance you'd scorch the lawn with a soluble feed which is very common with a granule feed .Feed by what the instructions recommend but soluble feeds don't tend to...
    Soluble or granules doesn't really matter they both do the job , they is less chance you'd scorch the lawn with a soluble feed which is very common with a granule feed .Feed by what the...
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  8. TheMadHedger

    Blackthorn plants - best way to remove?

    Thanks, my new boots have steel toe caps and extremely thick soles. I wear safety goggles too. :)
    Thanks, my new boots have steel toe caps and extremely thick soles. I wear safety goggles too. :)
    Thanks, my new boots have steel toe caps and extremely thick soles. I wear safety goggles too. :)
    Thanks, my new boots have steel toe caps and extremely thick soles. I wear safety goggles too. :)
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  9. Newbie garden guy

    Tomato plants not flowering yet

    The two problems i think you have is not enough light making them leggy (to tall) and feeding with miracle grow will promote growth without flowers, as JWK says you have taken off the growing tip,...
    The two problems i think you have is not enough light making them leggy (to tall) and feeding with miracle grow will promote growth without flowers, as JWK says you have taken off the growing tip, allow one of the side shoots that will come from the leaf axils to be your new plant if they are...
    The two problems i think you have is not enough light making them leggy (to tall) and feeding with miracle grow will promote growth without flowers, as JWK says you have taken off the growing tip, allow one of the side shoots that will come from...
    The two problems i think you have is not enough light making them leggy (to tall) and feeding with miracle grow will promote growth without flowers, as JWK says you have taken off the growing tip,...
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  10. JanLan

    Mystery alliums

    There has never been ANY flowers
    There has never been ANY flowers
    There has never been ANY flowers
    There has never been ANY flowers
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  11. Mike Allen
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    Monty Don.

    Gardeners World is a weekly staple for us, so Monty is invited into our house on Friday evenings. He's a good to very good gardener and a really good presenter! Okay one of his predecessors was...
    Gardeners World is a weekly staple for us, so Monty is invited into our house on Friday evenings. He's a good to very good gardener and a really good presenter! Okay one of his predecessors was someone I used to say I was going for a pint with every Friday night! ("There's only one Jeffo...
    Gardeners World is a weekly staple for us, so Monty is invited into our house on Friday evenings. He's a good to very good gardener and a really good presenter! Okay one of his predecessors was someone I used to say I was going for a pint with...
    Gardeners World is a weekly staple for us, so Monty is invited into our house on Friday evenings. He's a good to very good gardener and a really good presenter! Okay one of his predecessors was...
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  12. Tweetypie

    Alliums

    Thanks both I planted allium nigrum and white giant. I’m in London and my neighbour doesn’t use her garden it’s overgrown. I have some already blooming that were planted at the same time some in...
    Thanks both I planted allium nigrum and white giant. I’m in London and my neighbour doesn’t use her garden it’s overgrown. I have some already blooming that were planted at the same time some in the ground and some in pots. I was cutting trees and looked into her garden and there was what I...
    Thanks both I planted allium nigrum and white giant. I’m in London and my neighbour doesn’t use her garden it’s overgrown. I have some already blooming that were planted at the same time some in the ground and some in pots. I was cutting trees...
    Thanks both I planted allium nigrum and white giant. I’m in London and my neighbour doesn’t use her garden it’s overgrown. I have some already blooming that were planted at the same time some in...
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  13. gardenflop

    Advice on this plant

    @gardenflop just a friendly warning, all Euphorbias (including the house plant Poinsettia) have a white sap which can cause skin irritation to some.
    @gardenflop just a friendly warning, all Euphorbias (including the house plant Poinsettia) have a white sap which can cause skin irritation to some.
    @gardenflop just a friendly warning, all Euphorbias (including the house plant Poinsettia) have a white sap which can cause skin irritation to some.
    @gardenflop just a friendly warning, all Euphorbias (including the house plant Poinsettia) have a white sap which can cause skin irritation to some.
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  14. Luke Underwood

    How to revive this wisteria?

    Heehee....here we go again! First off, get some really heavy duty support on that fence! Old electric or phone cable is better/stronger than wire. Ideally, space the horizontals 18" apart. Then...
    Heehee....here we go again! First off, get some really heavy duty support on that fence! Old electric or phone cable is better/stronger than wire. Ideally, space the horizontals 18" apart. Then decide on the framework you want. An espalier-type would work well. Tie in the strongest stems to the...
    Heehee....here we go again! First off, get some really heavy duty support on that fence! Old electric or phone cable is better/stronger than wire. Ideally, space the horizontals 18" apart. Then decide on the framework you want. An espalier-type...
    Heehee....here we go again! First off, get some really heavy duty support on that fence! Old electric or phone cable is better/stronger than wire. Ideally, space the horizontals 18" apart. Then...
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  15. mazambo

    Overwintered Brugmansia

    Thanks @pete I'm not overly bothered if it doesn't grow, I've got a suaveolens to replace it.
    Thanks @pete I'm not overly bothered if it doesn't grow, I've got a suaveolens to replace it.
    Thanks @pete I'm not overly bothered if it doesn't grow, I've got a suaveolens to replace it.
    Thanks @pete I'm not overly bothered if it doesn't grow, I've got a suaveolens to replace it.
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  16. chillipig

    Having trouble identifying a tree.

    It does look like goat willow, I don't recall it changing leaf shape during the year. If that is in your garden I would seriously consider getting rid of it before it gets too big. I had a few I...
    It does look like goat willow, I don't recall it changing leaf shape during the year. If that is in your garden I would seriously consider getting rid of it before it gets too big. I had a few I grew from seed thinking they were something nicer, after flowering those fluffy seeds blow everywhere...
    It does look like goat willow, I don't recall it changing leaf shape during the year. If that is in your garden I would seriously consider getting rid of it before it gets too big. I had a few I grew from seed thinking they were something nicer,...
    It does look like goat willow, I don't recall it changing leaf shape during the year. If that is in your garden I would seriously consider getting rid of it before it gets too big. I had a few I...
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  17. Flumpy

    Any ideas for my new planters ??

    Upsydaisy & Vicky! that’s great I wanted ferns but thought I couldn’t have them in a sunny spot, hope they’ve got them at the garden centre :hapydancsmil::hapfeet:can’t wait Thankyou!
    Upsydaisy & Vicky! that’s great I wanted ferns but thought I couldn’t have them in a sunny spot, hope they’ve got them at the garden centre :hapydancsmil::hapfeet:can’t wait Thankyou!
    Upsydaisy & Vicky! that’s great I wanted ferns but thought I couldn’t have them in a sunny spot, hope they’ve got them at the garden centre :hapydancsmil::hapfeet:can’t wait Thankyou!
    Upsydaisy & Vicky! that’s great I wanted ferns but thought I couldn’t have them in a sunny spot, hope they’ve got them at the garden centre :hapydancsmil::hapfeet:can’t wait Thankyou!
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  18. Pax

    Winter Flowers for Bouquet (please help)

    Thank you so much Selleri & noisette47 for the information :) By the looks of it maybe growing some orchids and roses alongside ivy could be a nice bouquet for my partner. I really appreciate your...
    Thank you so much Selleri & noisette47 for the information :) By the looks of it maybe growing some orchids and roses alongside ivy could be a nice bouquet for my partner. I really appreciate your help. I'll have a look for some seeds and info on growing themMany thanks and kind regards Pax
    Thank you so much Selleri & noisette47 for the information :) By the looks of it maybe growing some orchids and roses alongside ivy could be a nice bouquet for my partner. I really appreciate your help. I'll have a look for some seeds and info on...
    Thank you so much Selleri & noisette47 for the information :) By the looks of it maybe growing some orchids and roses alongside ivy could be a nice bouquet for my partner. I really appreciate your...
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  19. Voobwm

    Plant suggestions for in front of fence

    Let me hazard a guess that you may have young ones using those swings? :biggrin: If so, there's a brilliant opportunity to plant edible things to see how the things grow day by day, and to let them munch...
    Let me hazard a guess that you may have young ones using those swings? :biggrin: If so, there's a brilliant opportunity to plant edible things to see how the things grow day by day, and to let them munch berries from a bush without asking for a permission. Works for all age groups.If you are a self...
    Let me hazard a guess that you may have young ones using those swings? :biggrin: If so, there's a brilliant opportunity to plant edible things to see how the things grow day by day, and to let them munch berries from a bush without asking for a...
    Let me hazard a guess that you may have young ones using those swings? :biggrin: If so, there's a brilliant opportunity to plant edible things to see how the things grow day by day, and to let them munch...
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  20. Spruce
    Informative x 3

    Rhubarb and Vine weevil .... should be re named We - Evil !!

    I have or should I say the VW are now deciding what grows ... I do bait pots with begonias in during the summer and the compost at the end of the summer gets spread out on the lawn and the begonia...
    I have or should I say the VW are now deciding what grows ... I do bait pots with begonias in during the summer and the compost at the end of the summer gets spread out on the lawn and the begonia tubers give a good wash and dry ...
    I have or should I say the VW are now deciding what grows ... I do bait pots with begonias in during the summer and the compost at the end of the summer gets spread out on the lawn and the begonia tubers give a good wash and dry ...
    I have or should I say the VW are now deciding what grows ... I do bait pots with begonias in during the summer and the compost at the end of the summer gets spread out on the lawn and the begonia...
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  21. Philipo51617

    Pre-turf fertiliser

    Not being a lawn expert I'd just give a raking in of growmore, lots of specialist stuff out there, but its all pretty much the same thing. They may have different ratios of NPK, but growmore is...
    Not being a lawn expert I'd just give a raking in of growmore, lots of specialist stuff out there, but its all pretty much the same thing. They may have different ratios of NPK, but growmore is just a balanced fertilizer for general use, its also fast acting.
    Not being a lawn expert I'd just give a raking in of growmore, lots of specialist stuff out there, but its all pretty much the same thing. They may have different ratios of NPK, but growmore is just a balanced fertilizer for general use, its...
    Not being a lawn expert I'd just give a raking in of growmore, lots of specialist stuff out there, but its all pretty much the same thing. They may have different ratios of NPK, but growmore is...
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    2
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  22. Strider6

    Lawn returfed - now I'm watering!

    After 2 weeks I think daily watering is not necessary at this time of year, I would just check by hand to see if it feels moist and water every 2 or 3 days. When you water you need to ensure you...
    After 2 weeks I think daily watering is not necessary at this time of year, I would just check by hand to see if it feels moist and water every 2 or 3 days. When you water you need to ensure you give enough to soak the soil beneath, you are trying to encourage the grass to send down roots. if...
    After 2 weeks I think daily watering is not necessary at this time of year, I would just check by hand to see if it feels moist and water every 2 or 3 days. When you water you need to ensure you give enough to soak the soil beneath, you are...
    After 2 weeks I think daily watering is not necessary at this time of year, I would just check by hand to see if it feels moist and water every 2 or 3 days. When you water you need to ensure you...
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    2
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    235
  23. learningardener

    camelia getting new leaves and some tiny ones died!!

    my camelia is getting new leaves and some new leaves little ones are dying off!! can you tell me whats the matter pls?? thanks greatly appreciated,,
    my camelia is getting new leaves and some new leaves little ones are dying off!! can you tell me whats the matter pls?? thanks greatly appreciated,,
    my camelia is getting new leaves and some new leaves little ones are dying off!! can you tell me whats the matter pls?? thanks greatly appreciated,,
    my camelia is getting new leaves and some new leaves little ones are dying off!! can you tell me whats the matter pls?? thanks greatly appreciated,,
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