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  2. JWK
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  3. shiney
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    What's looking good APRIL 2024

    Cerinthe major...self sows all over the place! Aquilegia 'Norah Barlow' Ixia Perennial stock Matthiola incana? One of the first Irises Alchemyst
    Cerinthe major...self sows all over the place! Aquilegia 'Norah Barlow' Ixia Perennial stock Matthiola incana? One of the first Irises Alchemyst
    Cerinthe major...self sows all over the place! Aquilegia 'Norah Barlow' Ixia Perennial stock Matthiola incana? One of the first Irises Alchemyst
    Cerinthe major...self sows all over the place! Aquilegia 'Norah Barlow' Ixia Perennial stock Matthiola incana? One of the first Irises Alchemyst
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  4. JWK
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    Show us your purchases 2024

    Thanks for the advice I have already put it in the same bed that I have a couple of red Acers. The new one has got a 3ft Euonymus to the right of it but nothing sheltering it to the left....
    Thanks for the advice I have already put it in the same bed that I have a couple of red Acers. The new one has got a 3ft Euonymus to the right of it but nothing sheltering it to the left. Fingers crossed that I haven’t made a mistake as I understand Acers don’t liked being moved. :)
    Thanks for the advice I have already put it in the same bed that I have a couple of red Acers. The new one has got a 3ft Euonymus to the right of it but nothing sheltering it to the left. Fingers crossed that I haven’t made a mistake as I...
    Thanks for the advice I have already put it in the same bed that I have a couple of red Acers. The new one has got a 3ft Euonymus to the right of it but nothing sheltering it to the left....
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  5. ARMANDII
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    SWEETPEAS

    I've never soaked them - not necessary here, as the soil mix, or even just compost, stays wet enough for germination.
    I've never soaked them - not necessary here, as the soil mix, or even just compost, stays wet enough for germination.
    I've never soaked them - not necessary here, as the soil mix, or even just compost, stays wet enough for germination.
    I've never soaked them - not necessary here, as the soil mix, or even just compost, stays wet enough for germination.
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  6. Redwing
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    Good Online Nurseries and Plant Sellers

    Definitely too good to be true @ViewAhead , especially nowadays with the cost of everything rising dramatically. For perennials, a good method is to buy in late summer/early autumn, when plants...
    Definitely too good to be true @ViewAhead , especially nowadays with the cost of everything rising dramatically. For perennials, a good method is to buy in late summer/early autumn, when plants are outgrowing their pots in GCs or nurseries, and can be divided. Many places have sales at that...
    Definitely too good to be true @ViewAhead , especially nowadays with the cost of everything rising dramatically. For perennials, a good method is to buy in late summer/early autumn, when plants are outgrowing their pots in GCs or nurseries, and...
    Definitely too good to be true @ViewAhead , especially nowadays with the cost of everything rising dramatically. For perennials, a good method is to buy in late summer/early autumn, when plants...
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  7. ARMANDII
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    IRIS CHOICE - NEED A HAND FROM THE GANG

    You need them all! I need them all! They're magnificent aren't they?
    You need them all! I need them all! They're magnificent aren't they?
    You need them all! I need them all! They're magnificent aren't they?
    You need them all! I need them all! They're magnificent aren't they?
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  8. ChrisM6
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    Mediterranean / Dry gardening

    Thank you, it would be gratefully accepted.I posted an article, last month I think, where 'they' are investigating piping to Algarve from up north. Also, they are building a desalinating plant...
    Thank you, it would be gratefully accepted.I posted an article, last month I think, where 'they' are investigating piping to Algarve from up north. Also, they are building a desalinating plant in Albufeira for drinking water .... and also cutting off golf courses, municipal gardens, upping...
    Thank you, it would be gratefully accepted.I posted an article, last month I think, where 'they' are investigating piping to Algarve from up north. Also, they are building a desalinating plant in Albufeira for drinking water .... and also...
    Thank you, it would be gratefully accepted.I posted an article, last month I think, where 'they' are investigating piping to Algarve from up north. Also, they are building a desalinating plant...
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  9. ARMANDII
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    SUPER SALVIAS

    stormy pink - from Great DixterJenny namaste
    stormy pink - from Great DixterJenny namaste
    stormy pink - from Great DixterJenny namaste
    stormy pink - from Great DixterJenny namaste
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  10. HarryS
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    Dahlia Tuber Planting ?

    Hi all,Some of our tubers are sprouting well in the greenhouse so will be talking a few cuttings.A very long time ( many years) since we last took some, interested to know if rooting them in...
    Hi all,Some of our tubers are sprouting well in the greenhouse so will be talking a few cuttings.A very long time ( many years) since we last took some, interested to know if rooting them in a compost with some perlite or in water is the more reliable way ? We have heat.
    Hi all,Some of our tubers are sprouting well in the greenhouse so will be talking a few cuttings.A very long time ( many years) since we last took some, interested to know if rooting them in a compost with some perlite or in water is the...
    Hi all,Some of our tubers are sprouting well in the greenhouse so will be talking a few cuttings.A very long time ( many years) since we last took some, interested to know if rooting them in...
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  11. shiney
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    Cat Deterrents

    Please Read This Thread First:-Cat Deterrent Talk.? All post of this nature in this thread only.. Humane talk only please.! 2022
    Please Read This Thread First:-Cat Deterrent Talk.? All post of this nature in this thread only.. Humane talk only please.! 2022
    Please Read This Thread First:-Cat Deterrent Talk.? All post of this nature in this thread only.. Humane talk only please.! 2022
    Please Read This Thread First:-Cat Deterrent Talk.? All post of this nature in this thread only.. Humane talk only please.! 2022
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  12. Kevin Cowans
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    Struggling Honeysuckle 'American Beauty'

    Hello @Kevin Cowans no worries my friendBuy Lonicera x heckrottii Gold Flame (syn American Beauty) Honeysuckle in the UK
    Hello @Kevin Cowans no worries my friendBuy Lonicera x heckrottii Gold Flame (syn American Beauty) Honeysuckle in the UK
    Hello @Kevin Cowans no worries my friendBuy Lonicera x heckrottii Gold Flame (syn American Beauty) Honeysuckle in the UK
    Hello @Kevin Cowans no worries my friendBuy Lonicera x heckrottii Gold Flame (syn American Beauty) Honeysuckle in the UK
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  13. ARMANDII
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    FUCHSIAS

    I've had difficulty sourcing decent sized bush fuchsias but fortunately my cuttings are coming on space and should be a good size by the autumn
    I've had difficulty sourcing decent sized bush fuchsias but fortunately my cuttings are coming on space and should be a good size by the autumn
    I've had difficulty sourcing decent sized bush fuchsias but fortunately my cuttings are coming on space and should be a good size by the autumn
    I've had difficulty sourcing decent sized bush fuchsias but fortunately my cuttings are coming on space and should be a good size by the autumn
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  14. JWK
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    Anyone Buying New Seed ?

    Thank you, will do :) have a good day.
    Thank you, will do :) have a good day.
    Thank you, will do :) have a good day.
    Thank you, will do :) have a good day.
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  15. Fat Controller
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    Sheds

    These are the ones I have here -
    These are the ones I have here -
    These are the ones I have here -
    These are the ones I have here -
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  16. ARMANDII
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    RECOMMENDED GARDENING/HORTICULTURAL/BOTANICAL BOOKS AND PERSONAL STUDIES INTO THE SUBJECT

    Now then. So we have opened up a bit about our books etc. Now then. I am approaching a kind of special time of the gardening year to me. I wonder if anyone cares to share their thoughts,...
    Now then. So we have opened up a bit about our books etc. Now then. I am approaching a kind of special time of the gardening year to me. I wonder if anyone cares to share their thoughts, experiences and memories. To help set the scene. For those who have perhaps lived through an era, and...
    Now then. So we have opened up a bit about our books etc. Now then. I am approaching a kind of special time of the gardening year to me. I wonder if anyone cares to share their thoughts, experiences and memories. To help set the scene. For...
    Now then. So we have opened up a bit about our books etc. Now then. I am approaching a kind of special time of the gardening year to me. I wonder if anyone cares to share their thoughts,...
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  17. HarryS
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    Know Your Weeds

    my friend seems to be having a problem with buttercup weeds in her lawn, how can she get rid of it ? Without damaging the lawn :spinning:
    my friend seems to be having a problem with buttercup weeds in her lawn, how can she get rid of it ? Without damaging the lawn :spinning:
    my friend seems to be having a problem with buttercup weeds in her lawn, how can she get rid of it ? Without damaging the lawn :spinning:
    my friend seems to be having a problem with buttercup weeds in her lawn, how can she get rid of it ? Without damaging the lawn :spinning:
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  18. JWK
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    Do you know your soil type?

    Good deep sandy loam around 7 on the PH scale here. Front garden is very draining; back garden has better soil and holds moisture pretty well because of the huge amounts of compost and manure...
    Good deep sandy loam around 7 on the PH scale here. Front garden is very draining; back garden has better soil and holds moisture pretty well because of the huge amounts of compost and manure added over the years. Warm, sunny walled garden not far from the coast. Can grow wide range of...
    Good deep sandy loam around 7 on the PH scale here. Front garden is very draining; back garden has better soil and holds moisture pretty well because of the huge amounts of compost and manure added over the years. Warm, sunny walled garden...
    Good deep sandy loam around 7 on the PH scale here. Front garden is very draining; back garden has better soil and holds moisture pretty well because of the huge amounts of compost and manure...
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  19. shiney
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    Cutting Lawn Edges

    Of course, if Bulldog did make them, the quality would be better, and they might even give away a bag of Uncle Joes as a promotional offer! :snork:
    Of course, if Bulldog did make them, the quality would be better, and they might even give away a bag of Uncle Joes as a promotional offer! :snork:
    Of course, if Bulldog did make them, the quality would be better, and they might even give away a bag of Uncle Joes as a promotional offer! :snork:
    Of course, if Bulldog did make them, the quality would be better, and they might even give away a bag of Uncle Joes as a promotional offer! :snork:
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  20. PeterS
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    Improving clay

    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
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  22. Pink678

    Is this little blossom tree dead?

    I agree that the scratch test isn't necessarily 100 % foolproof @Punkdoc , but it's a start. Bit like sending a patient for blood tests. I have to say it doesn't look good, but you never know. It...
    I agree that the scratch test isn't necessarily 100 % foolproof @Punkdoc , but it's a start. Bit like sending a patient for blood tests. I have to say it doesn't look good, but you never know. It always surprises me how things that look like they've carked it suddenly decide to give things...
    I agree that the scratch test isn't necessarily 100 % foolproof @Punkdoc , but it's a start. Bit like sending a patient for blood tests. I have to say it doesn't look good, but you never know. It always surprises me how things that look like...
    I agree that the scratch test isn't necessarily 100 % foolproof @Punkdoc , but it's a start. Bit like sending a patient for blood tests. I have to say it doesn't look good, but you never know. It...
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  23. micearguers
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    Fond of Fronds

    We get them growing out the brickwork!
    We get them growing out the brickwork!
    We get them growing out the brickwork!
    We get them growing out the brickwork!
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  24. OwdPotter

    Euphorbia

    Don’t forget there is a lovely Euphorbia for damp ground, grows well in my bog garden, E.pallustris. E.martinii grows pretty much anywhere in my garden and will self seed.
    Don’t forget there is a lovely Euphorbia for damp ground, grows well in my bog garden, E.pallustris. E.martinii grows pretty much anywhere in my garden and will self seed.
    Don’t forget there is a lovely Euphorbia for damp ground, grows well in my bog garden, E.pallustris. E.martinii grows pretty much anywhere in my garden and will self seed.
    Don’t forget there is a lovely Euphorbia for damp ground, grows well in my bog garden, E.pallustris. E.martinii grows pretty much anywhere in my garden and will self seed.
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  25. PhilC

    Can you grow Sugar Cane from seeds?

    Always worth a try- and seeds will not break your bank.This seller in eBay seems fairly reliable, and advises to grow Sugar cane like sweetcorn.10x AMERICAN GIANT SUGAR CANE SEEDS GROW YOUR...
    Always worth a try- and seeds will not break your bank.This seller in eBay seems fairly reliable, and advises to grow Sugar cane like sweetcorn.10x AMERICAN GIANT SUGAR CANE SEEDS GROW YOUR OWN SUGAR PLANT TREE SEEDLING UK | eBayI'd be tempted to try some as houseplant. Rather a...
    Always worth a try- and seeds will not break your bank.This seller in eBay seems fairly reliable, and advises to grow Sugar cane like sweetcorn.10x AMERICAN GIANT SUGAR CANE SEEDS GROW YOUR OWN SUGAR PLANT TREE SEEDLING UK | eBayI'd be...
    Always worth a try- and seeds will not break your bank.This seller in eBay seems fairly reliable, and advises to grow Sugar cane like sweetcorn.10x AMERICAN GIANT SUGAR CANE SEEDS GROW YOUR...
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  26. fumanchu

    Now what?

    Birdbath from round the back developed a leak and I relocated it this morning. (via a wee trolley on castors and a bit of string tied on to pull it with :roflol:). Going to fill it with compost and pretty...
    Birdbath from round the back developed a leak and I relocated it this morning. (via a wee trolley on castors and a bit of string tied on to pull it with :roflol:). Going to fill it with compost and pretty rockery plants
    Birdbath from round the back developed a leak and I relocated it this morning. (via a wee trolley on castors and a bit of string tied on to pull it with :roflol:). Going to fill it with compost and pretty rockery plants
    Birdbath from round the back developed a leak and I relocated it this morning. (via a wee trolley on castors and a bit of string tied on to pull it with :roflol:). Going to fill it with compost and pretty...
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  27. hailbopp

    Membrane pins

    I think I got the metal ones in Lidl or pound shop. Quite solid and cheap. I'm not using them for membrane, but to hold home made slate labels.
    I think I got the metal ones in Lidl or pound shop. Quite solid and cheap. I'm not using them for membrane, but to hold home made slate labels.
    I think I got the metal ones in Lidl or pound shop. Quite solid and cheap. I'm not using them for membrane, but to hold home made slate labels.
    I think I got the metal ones in Lidl or pound shop. Quite solid and cheap. I'm not using them for membrane, but to hold home made slate labels.
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  28. Brian L

    Need new mower. Cordless, SP but small. Ideas ??

    Cheques in the post @glosmike ;)
    Cheques in the post @glosmike ;)
    Cheques in the post @glosmike ;)
    Cheques in the post @glosmike ;)
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  29. PhilC

    House plant best soiless mix (Hydo coco)

    Two methods we have found effective against the Fungus Gnats for our houseplants, only just starting to find the odd one or two now after the treatment early last summer.Summit Mosquito Bits...
    Two methods we have found effective against the Fungus Gnats for our houseplants, only just starting to find the odd one or two now after the treatment early last summer.Summit Mosquito Bits (amazon) watered in appear quiet effective though a little costly but you may need to give 2 treatments...
    Two methods we have found effective against the Fungus Gnats for our houseplants, only just starting to find the odd one or two now after the treatment early last summer.Summit Mosquito Bits (amazon) watered in appear quiet effective though a...
    Two methods we have found effective against the Fungus Gnats for our houseplants, only just starting to find the odd one or two now after the treatment early last summer.Summit Mosquito Bits...
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  30. BenCotto
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    Slug and Snail Grand National - place your bets

    *stands firm with predictions**waits patiently for the trial results*:recliner:
    *stands firm with predictions**waits patiently for the trial results*:recliner:
    *stands firm with predictions**waits patiently for the trial results*:recliner:
    *stands firm with predictions**waits patiently for the trial results*:recliner:
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  31. PhilC

    When is it safe to plant out my Echium?

    It doesn't look like it's going to flower this year. So if you are going to plant find a protected sunny position if you can.
    It doesn't look like it's going to flower this year. So if you are going to plant find a protected sunny position if you can.
    It doesn't look like it's going to flower this year. So if you are going to plant find a protected sunny position if you can.
    It doesn't look like it's going to flower this year. So if you are going to plant find a protected sunny position if you can.
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  32. hailbopp

    Does sheep’s fleece work as a slug deterrent?

    The mulch that I'm acquiring now by the trailer-load seems to be very effective. Although you're supposed to put wet mulch on damp ground, no chance with this stuff as it's made of shredded trees...
    The mulch that I'm acquiring now by the trailer-load seems to be very effective. Although you're supposed to put wet mulch on damp ground, no chance with this stuff as it's made of shredded trees and cow manure composted together and is very, very dry and dusty. Water seems to leach through it...
    The mulch that I'm acquiring now by the trailer-load seems to be very effective. Although you're supposed to put wet mulch on damp ground, no chance with this stuff as it's made of shredded trees and cow manure composted together and is very,...
    The mulch that I'm acquiring now by the trailer-load seems to be very effective. Although you're supposed to put wet mulch on damp ground, no chance with this stuff as it's made of shredded trees...
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  33. Jenny_Aster

    Verdicts on water retention crystals

    I tried them one yr, but it turned out to be a very wet summer and they all rose to the top of the compost and sat there like a globulous mass of jelly. :help: I wouldn't use them again because I'm not...
    I tried them one yr, but it turned out to be a very wet summer and they all rose to the top of the compost and sat there like a globulous mass of jelly. :help: I wouldn't use them again because I'm not sure how you should dispose of spent compost with them in.
    I tried them one yr, but it turned out to be a very wet summer and they all rose to the top of the compost and sat there like a globulous mass of jelly. :help: I wouldn't use them again because I'm not sure how you should dispose of spent compost with...
    I tried them one yr, but it turned out to be a very wet summer and they all rose to the top of the compost and sat there like a globulous mass of jelly. :help: I wouldn't use them again because I'm not...
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  34. Mattyp

    Advice on what to plant as a natural barrier

    The idea is to hide the wall but also have a higher boundary. So something 1-1.5m tall would be good. I went out and measured last night and goes from about 27cm wide and gradually tapers up...
    The idea is to hide the wall but also have a higher boundary. So something 1-1.5m tall would be good. I went out and measured last night and goes from about 27cm wide and gradually tapers up towards the top of the drive to about 17cm. I don't think these numbers change the game though.
    The idea is to hide the wall but also have a higher boundary. So something 1-1.5m tall would be good. I went out and measured last night and goes from about 27cm wide and gradually tapers up towards the top of the drive to about 17cm. I don't...
    The idea is to hide the wall but also have a higher boundary. So something 1-1.5m tall would be good. I went out and measured last night and goes from about 27cm wide and gradually tapers up...
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  35. TheMadHedger

    What is the finest compost regarding texture?

    Thank you all for the great advice and suggestions, I'll look into all of those.
    Thank you all for the great advice and suggestions, I'll look into all of those.
    Thank you all for the great advice and suggestions, I'll look into all of those.
    Thank you all for the great advice and suggestions, I'll look into all of those.
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  36. The Bird Lady

    When can I lift daffodil bulbs?

    Thank you both, I did think it would be OK to lift them now, but I guess I just wanted confirmation! Cheers!
    Thank you both, I did think it would be OK to lift them now, but I guess I just wanted confirmation! Cheers!
    Thank you both, I did think it would be OK to lift them now, but I guess I just wanted confirmation! Cheers!
    Thank you both, I did think it would be OK to lift them now, but I guess I just wanted confirmation! Cheers!
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  37. welshone

    Water butts in da shade

    Organic material can make the water smelly. We had the same problem last year because our hazel had grown over the collection roof and was seeping sticky sap onto the roof. It really made the...
    Organic material can make the water smelly. We had the same problem last year because our hazel had grown over the collection roof and was seeping sticky sap onto the roof. It really made the water stink and it caused a milky colour to form. The butt is covered and has a sponge filter but it...
    Organic material can make the water smelly. We had the same problem last year because our hazel had grown over the collection roof and was seeping sticky sap onto the roof. It really made the water stink and it caused a milky colour to form. The...
    Organic material can make the water smelly. We had the same problem last year because our hazel had grown over the collection roof and was seeping sticky sap onto the roof. It really made the...
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  38. Fat Controller

    I am thinking....

    I’d definitely clean the trunks so they are less messy. I’d then plant something or have a. Planter in front. For me, I think growing something up them, especially colourful, would just draw my...
    I’d definitely clean the trunks so they are less messy. I’d then plant something or have a. Planter in front. For me, I think growing something up them, especially colourful, would just draw my eye to them even more
    I’d definitely clean the trunks so they are less messy. I’d then plant something or have a. Planter in front. For me, I think growing something up them, especially colourful, would just draw my eye to them even more
    I’d definitely clean the trunks so they are less messy. I’d then plant something or have a. Planter in front. For me, I think growing something up them, especially colourful, would just draw my...
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  39. New Irish gardener

    clay soil help!!

    The rabbits will save you having to mow.They will also destroy anything you plant.As to the moss, if you top dress with sharp sand, then gently rake, it will lift the moss right out, leaving...
    The rabbits will save you having to mow.They will also destroy anything you plant.As to the moss, if you top dress with sharp sand, then gently rake, it will lift the moss right out, leaving the grass intact. The sharp sand will then also inhibit new moss growth, while also providing a...
    The rabbits will save you having to mow.They will also destroy anything you plant.As to the moss, if you top dress with sharp sand, then gently rake, it will lift the moss right out, leaving the grass intact. The sharp sand will then also...
    The rabbits will save you having to mow.They will also destroy anything you plant.As to the moss, if you top dress with sharp sand, then gently rake, it will lift the moss right out, leaving...
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  40. Kevin Cowans

    My Garden Progress

    Hi Kevin,What you need now is some positive thinking. :) After a couple of dodgy years, fingers crossed that your luck changes for the better. :fingers crossed:
    Hi Kevin,What you need now is some positive thinking. :) After a couple of dodgy years, fingers crossed that your luck changes for the better. :fingers crossed:
    Hi Kevin,What you need now is some positive thinking. :) After a couple of dodgy years, fingers crossed that your luck changes for the better. :fingers crossed:
    Hi Kevin,What you need now is some positive thinking. :) After a couple of dodgy years, fingers crossed that your luck changes for the better. :fingers crossed:
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  41. Fat Controller

    Gardening gloves....

    Well, cats do have small paws :heehee:
    Well, cats do have small paws :heehee:
    Well, cats do have small paws :heehee:
    Well, cats do have small paws :heehee:
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