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  2. ARMANDII
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    WHAT JOBS ARE WE DOING IN THE GARDEN TODAY - 2017

    That's a good idea Sheal:).I was supposed to have started working on the new bed yesterday. I did have a trip to the hardware store for compost and bags of extra soil. Also bought a large pot...
    That's a good idea Sheal:).I was supposed to have started working on the new bed yesterday. I did have a trip to the hardware store for compost and bags of extra soil. Also bought a large pot thinking that I can put two or three plants into it, which will help with reducing my pots. Then hubby...
    That's a good idea Sheal:).I was supposed to have started working on the new bed yesterday. I did have a trip to the hardware store for compost and bags of extra soil. Also bought a large pot thinking that I can put two or three plants into it,...
    That's a good idea Sheal:).I was supposed to have started working on the new bed yesterday. I did have a trip to the hardware store for compost and bags of extra soil. Also bought a large pot...
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  3. Zigs
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    What's looking good in August 2017

    I like Cleome's @longk, how hardy are they please.
    I like Cleome's @longk, how hardy are they please.
    I like Cleome's @longk, how hardy are they please.
    I like Cleome's @longk, how hardy are they please.
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  4. ARMANDII
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    SUPER SALVIAS -2017

    Salvia confertifloraSalvia corrugata
    Salvia confertifloraSalvia corrugata
    Salvia confertifloraSalvia corrugata
    Salvia confertifloraSalvia corrugata
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  5. Zigs
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    Show us your recent purchases 2017

    Today I bought this. I had already taken the measurements but I took the ornament with me just to make sure. I think that will look lovely in the front yard.G.
    Today I bought this. I had already taken the measurements but I took the ornament with me just to make sure. I think that will look lovely in the front yard.G.
    Today I bought this. I had already taken the measurements but I took the ornament with me just to make sure. I think that will look lovely in the front yard.G.
    Today I bought this. I had already taken the measurements but I took the ornament with me just to make sure. I think that will look lovely in the front yard.G.
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  6. ARMANDII
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    FUCHSIAS - 2017

    Thanks for that insider info, midwinter day it is ! :)Had just been taking my 'insurance' cuttings but seems a little early, though should be bigger plants next spring.
    Thanks for that insider info, midwinter day it is ! :)Had just been taking my 'insurance' cuttings but seems a little early, though should be bigger plants next spring.
    Thanks for that insider info, midwinter day it is ! :)Had just been taking my 'insurance' cuttings but seems a little early, though should be bigger plants next spring.
    Thanks for that insider info, midwinter day it is ! :)Had just been taking my 'insurance' cuttings but seems a little early, though should be bigger plants next spring.
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  7. alana
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    Flower Arranging

    Thanks, Alana. That is useful information, and good to know if my cat, who wanders all over the local area starts displaying any symptoms.
    Thanks, Alana. That is useful information, and good to know if my cat, who wanders all over the local area starts displaying any symptoms.
    Thanks, Alana. That is useful information, and good to know if my cat, who wanders all over the local area starts displaying any symptoms.
    Thanks, Alana. That is useful information, and good to know if my cat, who wanders all over the local area starts displaying any symptoms.
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  8. ARMANDII
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    IT'S DAY LILY TIME AGAIN - 2017

    Thank you :) It has a companion in front of it: Hemerocallis Stella d'Oro which, I think, compliments the colour.
    Thank you :) It has a companion in front of it: Hemerocallis Stella d'Oro which, I think, compliments the colour.
    Thank you :) It has a companion in front of it: Hemerocallis Stella d'Oro which, I think, compliments the colour.
    Thank you :) It has a companion in front of it: Hemerocallis Stella d'Oro which, I think, compliments the colour.
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  9. Fat Controller
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    Gardening diaries - friendly discussions (part 2)

    Hi folks,Not sure what the weather will bring today, but we'll cope with it. :thumbsup:
    Hi folks,Not sure what the weather will bring today, but we'll cope with it. :thumbsup:
    Hi folks,Not sure what the weather will bring today, but we'll cope with it. :thumbsup:
    Hi folks,Not sure what the weather will bring today, but we'll cope with it. :thumbsup:
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  10. JackJJW
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    Dahlias

    Thank you, @zenj I will have a look and see if I can get myself on the addicts'/suckers' list!
    Thank you, @zenj I will have a look and see if I can get myself on the addicts'/suckers' list!
    Thank you, @zenj I will have a look and see if I can get myself on the addicts'/suckers' list!
    Thank you, @zenj I will have a look and see if I can get myself on the addicts'/suckers' list!
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  11. ARMANDII
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    THE IRIDACEAE [IRIS] FAMILY - 2017

    Sorry for the late reply :doh: Not having grown them I suspect that it very much depends on the species. Here's the page for Ixia on the Pacific Bulb Society website. There are four pages for you to go...
    Sorry for the late reply :doh: Not having grown them I suspect that it very much depends on the species. Here's the page for Ixia on the Pacific Bulb Society website. There are four pages for you to go through.
    Sorry for the late reply :doh: Not having grown them I suspect that it very much depends on the species. Here's the page for Ixia on the Pacific Bulb Society website. There are four pages for you to go through.
    Sorry for the late reply :doh: Not having grown them I suspect that it very much depends on the species. Here's the page for Ixia on the Pacific Bulb Society website. There are four pages for you to go...
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  12. Zigs
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    Show us your Shineyland plants 2017

    Willow's garden
    Willow's garden
    Willow's garden
    Willow's garden
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  13. ARMANDII
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    HANGING BASKETS, WINDOW BOXES AND BITS AND BOBS -2017

    Absolutely fantastic Sweet-pea!!
    Absolutely fantastic Sweet-pea!!
    Absolutely fantastic Sweet-pea!!
    Absolutely fantastic Sweet-pea!!
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  14. wiseowl
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    Sweet Peas

    Just a minor slip I suppose, but (to be strictly correct) the name of the aforementioned orange SP is in fact 'Geoff Hughes'....rather than 'Geoffrey Hughes'.I'll get me coat! :mad:
    Just a minor slip I suppose, but (to be strictly correct) the name of the aforementioned orange SP is in fact 'Geoff Hughes'....rather than 'Geoffrey Hughes'.I'll get me coat! :mad:
    Just a minor slip I suppose, but (to be strictly correct) the name of the aforementioned orange SP is in fact 'Geoff Hughes'....rather than 'Geoffrey Hughes'.I'll get me coat! :mad:
    Just a minor slip I suppose, but (to be strictly correct) the name of the aforementioned orange SP is in fact 'Geoff Hughes'....rather than 'Geoffrey Hughes'.I'll get me coat! :mad:
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  15. bigbore
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    cannas

    If the rhizomes are big get yourself some buckets from wickes or B&Q and pot them up in multi purpose compost and put them in the GH. If the rhizomes are smaller pot up into small pots with multi...
    If the rhizomes are big get yourself some buckets from wickes or B&Q and pot them up in multi purpose compost and put them in the GH. If the rhizomes are smaller pot up into small pots with multi purpose compost and place in a windowsill. There is a fantastic thread on here Canna 2016
    If the rhizomes are big get yourself some buckets from wickes or B&Q and pot them up in multi purpose compost and put them in the GH. If the rhizomes are smaller pot up into small pots with multi purpose compost and place in a windowsill. There...
    If the rhizomes are big get yourself some buckets from wickes or B&Q and pot them up in multi purpose compost and put them in the GH. If the rhizomes are smaller pot up into small pots with multi...
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  16. pamsdish
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    Seed Swap

    Thought I would give this a bump
    Thought I would give this a bump
    Thought I would give this a bump
    Thought I would give this a bump
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  17. pamsdish
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    SEED SWAP 2016

    The list is now open here is a link,
    The list is now open here is a link,
    The list is now open here is a link,
    The list is now open here is a link,
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  18. HarryS
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    Know Your Weeds

    I sow wild flower seeds, so I don't have any weeds, just some grow in the wrong places, so they get pulled up. I never spray as this could harm the good stuff, though I've never tried using...
    I sow wild flower seeds, so I don't have any weeds, just some grow in the wrong places, so they get pulled up. I never spray as this could harm the good stuff, though I've never tried using vinegar as a weed killer.
    I sow wild flower seeds, so I don't have any weeds, just some grow in the wrong places, so they get pulled up. I never spray as this could harm the good stuff, though I've never tried using vinegar as a weed killer.
    I sow wild flower seeds, so I don't have any weeds, just some grow in the wrong places, so they get pulled up. I never spray as this could harm the good stuff, though I've never tried using...
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  19. JWK
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    Do you know your soil type?

    The house I'm in was built in the 1930s. I've never came across any builder's rubble while digging in the back garden so either it's buried very deeply or my grandparents did a lot to improve the...
    The house I'm in was built in the 1930s. I've never came across any builder's rubble while digging in the back garden so either it's buried very deeply or my grandparents did a lot to improve the ground. There's at least 2 feet in depth of good topsoil, because the guys who put my fence up...
    The house I'm in was built in the 1930s. I've never came across any builder's rubble while digging in the back garden so either it's buried very deeply or my grandparents did a lot to improve the ground. There's at least 2 feet in depth of good...
    The house I'm in was built in the 1930s. I've never came across any builder's rubble while digging in the back garden so either it's buried very deeply or my grandparents did a lot to improve the...
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  20. PeterS
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    Improving clay

    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
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  21. PeterS
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    Principles of seed sowing

    Don't you have toilets where you live? Weirdo's :heehee:
    Don't you have toilets where you live? Weirdo's :heehee:
    Don't you have toilets where you live? Weirdo's :heehee:
    Don't you have toilets where you live? Weirdo's :heehee:
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  23. JWK

    Dahlias 2017

    As @Verdun , I dose my Dahlias weekly from mid July with tomato feed . What I did not do this year was stake my Dahlias .....big mistake ! As they grow to 3 - 4 feet they are falling about all...
    As @Verdun , I dose my Dahlias weekly from mid July with tomato feed . What I did not do this year was stake my Dahlias .....big mistake ! As they grow to 3 - 4 feet they are falling about all over the place . I managed to stake them yesterday - a little difficult when they are fully grown ....
    As @Verdun , I dose my Dahlias weekly from mid July with tomato feed . What I did not do this year was stake my Dahlias .....big mistake ! As they grow to 3 - 4 feet they are falling about all over the place . I managed to stake them yesterday -...
    As @Verdun , I dose my Dahlias weekly from mid July with tomato feed . What I did not do this year was stake my Dahlias .....big mistake ! As they grow to 3 - 4 feet they are falling about all...
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  24. roders

    Garden bridge over the Thames

    I may mix with some of them but I make sure I have a wash afterwards! :heehee:
    I may mix with some of them but I make sure I have a wash afterwards! :heehee:
    I may mix with some of them but I make sure I have a wash afterwards! :heehee:
    I may mix with some of them but I make sure I have a wash afterwards! :heehee:
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  25. RichCofton

    Crocosia

    I would pot them up Richcofton. Water them well and leave outside. Bring into the gh in early winter or fleece them outside. When growth is vigorous in spring plant them out :)
    I would pot them up Richcofton. Water them well and leave outside. Bring into the gh in early winter or fleece them outside. When growth is vigorous in spring plant them out :)
    I would pot them up Richcofton. Water them well and leave outside. Bring into the gh in early winter or fleece them outside. When growth is vigorous in spring plant them out :)
    I would pot them up Richcofton. Water them well and leave outside. Bring into the gh in early winter or fleece them outside. When growth is vigorous in spring plant them out :)
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  26. Plotinus

    Help in identifying plant

    To a certain degree I can understand the 'fear' of poisonous plants , but this applies to nearly all the plants we grow ! When my son was a toddler he was under strict instructions NEVER to touch...
    To a certain degree I can understand the 'fear' of poisonous plants , but this applies to nearly all the plants we grow ! When my son was a toddler he was under strict instructions NEVER to touch any plant in my somewhat well-stocked garden unless authorised .Having now left home I can now...
    To a certain degree I can understand the 'fear' of poisonous plants , but this applies to nearly all the plants we grow ! When my son was a toddler he was under strict instructions NEVER to touch any plant in my somewhat well-stocked garden...
    To a certain degree I can understand the 'fear' of poisonous plants , but this applies to nearly all the plants we grow ! When my son was a toddler he was under strict instructions NEVER to touch...
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  27. Verdun

    Perfumed heliotropes

    Verdun, I thought this was you and your family
    Verdun, I thought this was you and your family
    Verdun, I thought this was you and your family
    Verdun, I thought this was you and your family
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  28. zilly

    Replanting a Wisteria.

    Thanks for that noisette, thought that would be the case.
    Thanks for that noisette, thought that would be the case.
    Thanks for that noisette, thought that would be the case.
    Thanks for that noisette, thought that would be the case.
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  29. TMAK

    North facing area shaded by walls on 3 sides

    Thank you for the update, I was wondering how it was looking and now I know: Positively flourishing!So, I'm wondering, have you begun planning for next year? Anything which you tried which...
    Thank you for the update, I was wondering how it was looking and now I know: Positively flourishing!So, I'm wondering, have you begun planning for next year? Anything which you tried which didn't work how you wanted it to? Anything you tried which exceeded your expectations?A magnificent...
    Thank you for the update, I was wondering how it was looking and now I know: Positively flourishing!So, I'm wondering, have you begun planning for next year? Anything which you tried which didn't work how you wanted it to? Anything you tried...
    Thank you for the update, I was wondering how it was looking and now I know: Positively flourishing!So, I'm wondering, have you begun planning for next year? Anything which you tried which...
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  30. Irmemac

    Screening Advice

    Didn't you see the sign: "heavy plant crossing"? :snorky:G.
    Didn't you see the sign: "heavy plant crossing"? :snorky:G.
    Didn't you see the sign: "heavy plant crossing"? :snorky:G.
    Didn't you see the sign: "heavy plant crossing"? :snorky:G.
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  31. xantia

    Hi newbie here

    Well I chopped out the large growths as suggested and I wondered if these pods (if indeed that's what they are) can be used to germinate new plants out of curiosity? Thanks
    Well I chopped out the large growths as suggested and I wondered if these pods (if indeed that's what they are) can be used to germinate new plants out of curiosity? Thanks
    Well I chopped out the large growths as suggested and I wondered if these pods (if indeed that's what they are) can be used to germinate new plants out of curiosity? Thanks
    Well I chopped out the large growths as suggested and I wondered if these pods (if indeed that's what they are) can be used to germinate new plants out of curiosity? Thanks
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  32. JoolsK

    Poppies at Christmas

    Hi @JoolsK - also, how about taking lots of photos of poppies (and finding them on the web) and get one of those digital photoframes so that it is constantly cycling through lovely summer pictures...
    Hi @JoolsK - also, how about taking lots of photos of poppies (and finding them on the web) and get one of those digital photoframes so that it is constantly cycling through lovely summer pictures in the dark winter days? Also, seriously, get some daylight bulbs to ensure you both get plenty of...
    Hi @JoolsK - also, how about taking lots of photos of poppies (and finding them on the web) and get one of those digital photoframes so that it is constantly cycling through lovely summer pictures in the dark winter days? Also, seriously, get...
    Hi @JoolsK - also, how about taking lots of photos of poppies (and finding them on the web) and get one of those digital photoframes so that it is constantly cycling through lovely summer pictures...
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  33. NessaJ70

    Butler sinks in a shady area

    Lovely Nessa - blue and silver with a touch of Ophiopogon. I think they look quite classy :dbgrtmb:
    Lovely Nessa - blue and silver with a touch of Ophiopogon. I think they look quite classy :dbgrtmb:
    Lovely Nessa - blue and silver with a touch of Ophiopogon. I think they look quite classy :dbgrtmb:
    Lovely Nessa - blue and silver with a touch of Ophiopogon. I think they look quite classy :dbgrtmb:
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  34. silu
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    Tropaeolum Speciosum flowering at last.

    Hi @silu -well done you! I have repeatedly bought tubers from a helpful seller on ebay. A couple of occasions I have had great flowering, but then the tubers rotted off over winter and nothing...
    Hi @silu -well done you! I have repeatedly bought tubers from a helpful seller on ebay. A couple of occasions I have had great flowering, but then the tubers rotted off over winter and nothing came through next time. And that's even when kept in large tubs rather than my clay soil. So just keep...
    Hi @silu -well done you! I have repeatedly bought tubers from a helpful seller on ebay. A couple of occasions I have had great flowering, but then the tubers rotted off over winter and nothing came through next time. And that's even when kept in...
    Hi @silu -well done you! I have repeatedly bought tubers from a helpful seller on ebay. A couple of occasions I have had great flowering, but then the tubers rotted off over winter and nothing...
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  35. HarryS

    Begonia Cuttings How ?

    Thanks @pete , @Verdun Two years for tubers to form and tricky basal cuttings.... this sounds a little tricky for me. Also it appears I am to late this season . I may have a go next spring :blue thumb:
    Thanks @pete , @Verdun Two years for tubers to form and tricky basal cuttings.... this sounds a little tricky for me. Also it appears I am to late this season . I may have a go next spring :blue thumb:
    Thanks @pete , @Verdun Two years for tubers to form and tricky basal cuttings.... this sounds a little tricky for me. Also it appears I am to late this season . I may have a go next spring :blue thumb:
    Thanks @pete , @Verdun Two years for tubers to form and tricky basal cuttings.... this sounds a little tricky for me. Also it appears I am to late this season . I may have a go next spring :blue thumb:
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  36. Millicent_G

    Plant identification - help please

    They're hardy here, @pete! Probably hardy in sheltered London too? If you want to keep them, @Millicent_G , you could cover the tubers with a dry-ish mulch in winter. Just in case....
    They're hardy here, @pete! Probably hardy in sheltered London too? If you want to keep them, @Millicent_G , you could cover the tubers with a dry-ish mulch in winter. Just in case....
    They're hardy here, @pete! Probably hardy in sheltered London too? If you want to keep them, @Millicent_G , you could cover the tubers with a dry-ish mulch in winter. Just in case....
    They're hardy here, @pete! Probably hardy in sheltered London too? If you want to keep them, @Millicent_G , you could cover the tubers with a dry-ish mulch in winter. Just in case....
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  37. HarryS

    Verbena bonariensis , what is it ?

    And the stems have the same slightly rough feel to them. :blue thumb:If you ever come down this way I could dig you up a batch of them. :)
    And the stems have the same slightly rough feel to them. :blue thumb:If you ever come down this way I could dig you up a batch of them. :)
    And the stems have the same slightly rough feel to them. :blue thumb:If you ever come down this way I could dig you up a batch of them. :)
    And the stems have the same slightly rough feel to them. :blue thumb:If you ever come down this way I could dig you up a batch of them. :)
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  38. roders

    Honey Fungus.

    You get instant height though Roders :snorky:
    You get instant height though Roders :snorky:
    You get instant height though Roders :snorky:
    You get instant height though Roders :snorky:
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  39. Sally Parker

    Worried about New Plants in Constantly Wet Soil...

    You will learn more about your garden as you garden Sally Dont fuss over your plants too much.....enjoy your garden :)
    You will learn more about your garden as you garden Sally Dont fuss over your plants too much.....enjoy your garden :)
    You will learn more about your garden as you garden Sally Dont fuss over your plants too much.....enjoy your garden :)
    You will learn more about your garden as you garden Sally Dont fuss over your plants too much.....enjoy your garden :)
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  40. Jiffy

    Potato Blight

    I've found that as Pete says spraying spuds with copper does hold back blight. However it isn't a perfect 'cure' and chopping off the halms when the virus spreads helps keep the spuds clear of...
    I've found that as Pete says spraying spuds with copper does hold back blight. However it isn't a perfect 'cure' and chopping off the halms when the virus spreads helps keep the spuds clear of blight. You can reduce the chances of blight on maincrop spuds by planting early under protection...
    I've found that as Pete says spraying spuds with copper does hold back blight. However it isn't a perfect 'cure' and chopping off the halms when the virus spreads helps keep the spuds clear of blight. You can reduce the chances of blight on...
    I've found that as Pete says spraying spuds with copper does hold back blight. However it isn't a perfect 'cure' and chopping off the halms when the virus spreads helps keep the spuds clear of...
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  41. Redwing

    Non-flowering Agapanthus

    Thanks folks. Have now repotted into five smaller but still quite big pots. No vine weevils @pete . I used a mix of my own compost, well rotted cow manure and grit.
    Thanks folks. Have now repotted into five smaller but still quite big pots. No vine weevils @pete . I used a mix of my own compost, well rotted cow manure and grit.
    Thanks folks. Have now repotted into five smaller but still quite big pots. No vine weevils @pete . I used a mix of my own compost, well rotted cow manure and grit.
    Thanks folks. Have now repotted into five smaller but still quite big pots. No vine weevils @pete . I used a mix of my own compost, well rotted cow manure and grit.
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  42. Aidan Mallon

    When to prune newly planted Beech Hedge

    Hi @Aidan Mallon and Welcome to GC.. I love a beautiful thick Beech hedge but have never had one so I remembered something I read so looked in my reading list and I found this.. How to cut back...
    Hi @Aidan Mallon and Welcome to GC.. I love a beautiful thick Beech hedge but have never had one so I remembered something I read so looked in my reading list and I found this.. How to cut back newly planted beech hedge plants
    Hi @Aidan Mallon and Welcome to GC.. I love a beautiful thick Beech hedge but have never had one so I remembered something I read so looked in my reading list and I found this.. How to cut back newly planted beech hedge plants
    Hi @Aidan Mallon and Welcome to GC.. I love a beautiful thick Beech hedge but have never had one so I remembered something I read so looked in my reading list and I found this.. How to cut back...
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