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  2. Marley Farley
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    WHATS LOOKING GOOD IN MAY 2019

    Hiya GaryI grow a few different Baptisias.....they thrive here in mild climate and warm free draining soil. Thus not plants for cold shady areas.Right.....yes, it dies down in late autumn...
    Hiya GaryI grow a few different Baptisias.....they thrive here in mild climate and warm free draining soil. Thus not plants for cold shady areas.Right.....yes, it dies down in late autumn like most herbaceous do. It has been looking good for 2 weeks or so ...blue buds....and will flower...
    Hiya GaryI grow a few different Baptisias.....they thrive here in mild climate and warm free draining soil. Thus not plants for cold shady areas.Right.....yes, it dies down in late autumn like most herbaceous do. It has been looking good...
    Hiya GaryI grow a few different Baptisias.....they thrive here in mild climate and warm free draining soil. Thus not plants for cold shady areas.Right.....yes, it dies down in late autumn...
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  3. Fat Controller
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    What Jobs Are We Doing In The Garden Today 2019

    Well after doing my reserch, I reckon we'll chop the offending azaleas down to about 6/8 inches ( sorry bad I know but my mind can't cope with cms!) , leaving just a couple of longer branches....
    Well after doing my reserch, I reckon we'll chop the offending azaleas down to about 6/8 inches ( sorry bad I know but my mind can't cope with cms!) , leaving just a couple of longer branches. Close our eyes to how ugly they will look for a couple of years and.....cross our fingers!!!! I know...
    Well after doing my reserch, I reckon we'll chop the offending azaleas down to about 6/8 inches ( sorry bad I know but my mind can't cope with cms!) , leaving just a couple of longer branches. Close our eyes to how ugly they will look for a...
    Well after doing my reserch, I reckon we'll chop the offending azaleas down to about 6/8 inches ( sorry bad I know but my mind can't cope with cms!) , leaving just a couple of longer branches....
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  4. Marley Farley
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    SWEET PEAS 2019

    I sown my seeds three weeks ago now look at them
    I sown my seeds three weeks ago now look at them
    I sown my seeds three weeks ago now look at them
    I sown my seeds three weeks ago now look at them
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  5. Marley Farley
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    GARDENING ASPIRATIONS FOR 2019..

    Ivy grows really well here too shiney, good job I love it :) @luciusmaximus, the entire border, length wise is damson and elderberries and at the bottom is a sycamore and hawthorn, as well as the...
    Ivy grows really well here too shiney, good job I love it :) @luciusmaximus, the entire border, length wise is damson and elderberries and at the bottom is a sycamore and hawthorn, as well as the biggest conifer I've ever seen in the neighbouring property. So it's really shaded already. I want it...
    Ivy grows really well here too shiney, good job I love it :) @luciusmaximus, the entire border, length wise is damson and elderberries and at the bottom is a sycamore and hawthorn, as well as the biggest conifer I've ever seen in the neighbouring...
    Ivy grows really well here too shiney, good job I love it :) @luciusmaximus, the entire border, length wise is damson and elderberries and at the bottom is a sycamore and hawthorn, as well as the...
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  6. Marley Farley
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    HANGING BASKETS, WINDOW BOXES AND PLANTERS 2019.

    Hope this is the right place for some hanging basket tips (if not, where is?). 2 years ago I had a nice cone basket made up before my very eyes by one of the staff at Dobbies. I watched & listened...
    Hope this is the right place for some hanging basket tips (if not, where is?). 2 years ago I had a nice cone basket made up before my very eyes by one of the staff at Dobbies. I watched & listened very carefully as he explained what he was doing, thinking that every Spring I can reuse the basket...
    Hope this is the right place for some hanging basket tips (if not, where is?). 2 years ago I had a nice cone basket made up before my very eyes by one of the staff at Dobbies. I watched & listened very carefully as he explained what he was doing,...
    Hope this is the right place for some hanging basket tips (if not, where is?). 2 years ago I had a nice cone basket made up before my very eyes by one of the staff at Dobbies. I watched & listened...
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  7. Marley Farley
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    DAY LILY.. (HEMEROCALLIS) FAMILY 2019

    Lovely Spruce.....I had tired of hemerocallis having grown quite a few, just a couple now, but you have some beauties there to make me have a rethink :)
    Lovely Spruce.....I had tired of hemerocallis having grown quite a few, just a couple now, but you have some beauties there to make me have a rethink :)
    Lovely Spruce.....I had tired of hemerocallis having grown quite a few, just a couple now, but you have some beauties there to make me have a rethink :)
    Lovely Spruce.....I had tired of hemerocallis having grown quite a few, just a couple now, but you have some beauties there to make me have a rethink :)
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  8. Marley Farley
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    THE IRIDACEAE (IRIS) FAMILY 2019

    Gladiolus carneus Pink form
    Gladiolus carneus Pink form
    Gladiolus carneus Pink form
    Gladiolus carneus Pink form
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  9. Marley Farley
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    FUCHSIAS 2019

    depends how frost hardy they are plus check for vine weevil now. If they show green shoots you will need to dig them up & replant them in fresh compost , I think they run out of vigour 2nd year...
    depends how frost hardy they are plus check for vine weevil now. If they show green shoots you will need to dig them up & replant them in fresh compost , I think they run out of vigour 2nd year growing in pots and hanging baskets and you are best taking cuttings and starting afresh ...Spruce
    depends how frost hardy they are plus check for vine weevil now. If they show green shoots you will need to dig them up & replant them in fresh compost , I think they run out of vigour 2nd year growing in pots and hanging baskets and you are best...
    depends how frost hardy they are plus check for vine weevil now. If they show green shoots you will need to dig them up & replant them in fresh compost , I think they run out of vigour 2nd year...
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  10. Fat Controller
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    Sheds

    I thought you might like to see this @Fat Controller. :)I was talking to my neighbour yesterday who's shed below is right on my boundary as he used to own my plot. He wants to do some minor...
    I thought you might like to see this @Fat Controller. :)I was talking to my neighbour yesterday who's shed below is right on my boundary as he used to own my plot. He wants to do some minor repairs and give it a coat of preservative soon. Although the roof has been replaced at some point the...
    I thought you might like to see this @Fat Controller. :)I was talking to my neighbour yesterday who's shed below is right on my boundary as he used to own my plot. He wants to do some minor repairs and give it a coat of preservative soon....
    I thought you might like to see this @Fat Controller. :)I was talking to my neighbour yesterday who's shed below is right on my boundary as he used to own my plot. He wants to do some minor...
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  11. NigelJ
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    SUPER SALVIAS. 2019

    @Purple Streaks I do some of each named varieties I buy the plants for example the Salvia microphylla "Cerro Potosi". Others such as S coccinea, S darcyi and S atrocyanea I grow from seed. Like...
    @Purple Streaks I do some of each named varieties I buy the plants for example the Salvia microphylla "Cerro Potosi". Others such as S coccinea, S darcyi and S atrocyanea I grow from seed. Like other people I also take cuttings to overwinter tender species.
    @Purple Streaks I do some of each named varieties I buy the plants for example the Salvia microphylla "Cerro Potosi". Others such as S coccinea, S darcyi and S atrocyanea I grow from seed. Like other people I also take cuttings to overwinter...
    @Purple Streaks I do some of each named varieties I buy the plants for example the Salvia microphylla "Cerro Potosi". Others such as S coccinea, S darcyi and S atrocyanea I grow from seed. Like...
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  12. lowrider69
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    SOWING SEEDS 2019?

    I recycle/use the ones from KFC & McDonalds..........good excuse to eat a Burger perhaps.
    I recycle/use the ones from KFC & McDonalds..........good excuse to eat a Burger perhaps.
    I recycle/use the ones from KFC & McDonalds..........good excuse to eat a Burger perhaps.
    I recycle/use the ones from KFC & McDonalds..........good excuse to eat a Burger perhaps.
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  13. shiney
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    Show Us Your Recent Purchases 2019

    I bought this hebe from Morrison's for £1.25.G.
    I bought this hebe from Morrison's for £1.25.G.
    I bought this hebe from Morrison's for £1.25.G.
    I bought this hebe from Morrison's for £1.25.G.
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  14. HarryS
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    Dahlia Tuber Planting ?

    3 of the same variety for me Woo. I like groups of one colour, type, etc. Should look good:)
    3 of the same variety for me Woo. I like groups of one colour, type, etc. Should look good:)
    3 of the same variety for me Woo. I like groups of one colour, type, etc. Should look good:)
    3 of the same variety for me Woo. I like groups of one colour, type, etc. Should look good:)
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  15. 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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  16. HarryS
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    Know Your Weeds

    This is great thanks very much. Often wondered what the weeds in my garden were
    This is great thanks very much. Often wondered what the weeds in my garden were
    This is great thanks very much. Often wondered what the weeds in my garden were
    This is great thanks very much. Often wondered what the weeds in my garden were
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  17. PeterS
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    Improving clay

    Cool
    Cool
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    Cool
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  19. Doghouse Riley

    Pot Movers

    Thanks for the interest. Unfortunately there are just three lugs for the shafts of the wheels to fit in. The rest apart from a few spines is just thin plastic.
    Thanks for the interest. Unfortunately there are just three lugs for the shafts of the wheels to fit in. The rest apart from a few spines is just thin plastic.
    Thanks for the interest. Unfortunately there are just three lugs for the shafts of the wheels to fit in. The rest apart from a few spines is just thin plastic.
    Thanks for the interest. Unfortunately there are just three lugs for the shafts of the wheels to fit in. The rest apart from a few spines is just thin plastic.
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  20. Glenfish

    Lawn maintenance companies

    Green thumb , thanks I’ll contact them , wonder if anyone here has experience?
    Green thumb , thanks I’ll contact them , wonder if anyone here has experience?
    Green thumb , thanks I’ll contact them , wonder if anyone here has experience?
    Green thumb , thanks I’ll contact them , wonder if anyone here has experience?
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  21. Mike Allen

    It's been and gone.

    Yes Mike.....I am watching recordings of Chelsea :) For sure it is “artificial” and money is no object it seems esp for the displays yet I am enjoying the programmes :) A few Cornish growers have done...
    Yes Mike.....I am watching recordings of Chelsea :) For sure it is “artificial” and money is no object it seems esp for the displays yet I am enjoying the programmes :) A few Cornish growers have done well incl Kelnan Plants ......amazing restios, (I have a couple here from them) proteas and other...
    Yes Mike.....I am watching recordings of Chelsea :) For sure it is “artificial” and money is no object it seems esp for the displays yet I am enjoying the programmes :) A few Cornish growers have done well incl Kelnan Plants ......amazing restios, ...
    Yes Mike.....I am watching recordings of Chelsea :) For sure it is “artificial” and money is no object it seems esp for the displays yet I am enjoying the programmes :) A few Cornish growers have done...
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  22. HarryS

    Palm spots on fronds cure?

    I'm not sure @HarryS I would have thought potash was unlikely mainly because I always associate that with flowering. I've got a couple of small ones in pots and I find they need more water and...
    I'm not sure @HarryS I would have thought potash was unlikely mainly because I always associate that with flowering. I've got a couple of small ones in pots and I find they need more water and feed than you would expect to keep growing well. My small one in the ground gets dry in the summer...
    I'm not sure @HarryS I would have thought potash was unlikely mainly because I always associate that with flowering. I've got a couple of small ones in pots and I find they need more water and feed than you would expect to keep growing well. My...
    I'm not sure @HarryS I would have thought potash was unlikely mainly because I always associate that with flowering. I've got a couple of small ones in pots and I find they need more water and...
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  23. Cardinal-Red

    Progress check on my planting please!

    Looking close at the lillies. Verdun, yes could be lily beetle but. The foliage appears to be exceptionally clean and damage free except for a very swall nibble close to the base of the...
    Looking close at the lillies. Verdun, yes could be lily beetle but. The foliage appears to be exceptionally clean and damage free except for a very swall nibble close to the base of the defective plant. Lillies are susceptible to an assortment of viruses, not all being drastic, but...
    Looking close at the lillies. Verdun, yes could be lily beetle but. The foliage appears to be exceptionally clean and damage free except for a very swall nibble close to the base of the defective plant. Lillies are susceptible to an assortment...
    Looking close at the lillies. Verdun, yes could be lily beetle but. The foliage appears to be exceptionally clean and damage free except for a very swall nibble close to the base of the...
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  24. Cardinal-Red

    Topping up a bed treated with mulch and weed membrane

    If you're going to dig in chipped bark, Cardinal-Red, then it would be worth adding a source of nitrogen at the same time. The process of decomposition of woody materials depletes the soil of...
    If you're going to dig in chipped bark, Cardinal-Red, then it would be worth adding a source of nitrogen at the same time. The process of decomposition of woody materials depletes the soil of nitrogen. If it's any consolation, I'm a fan of geotextile (anti-weed membrane) and from personal...
    If you're going to dig in chipped bark, Cardinal-Red, then it would be worth adding a source of nitrogen at the same time. The process of decomposition of woody materials depletes the soil of nitrogen. If it's any consolation, I'm a fan of...
    If you're going to dig in chipped bark, Cardinal-Red, then it would be worth adding a source of nitrogen at the same time. The process of decomposition of woody materials depletes the soil of...
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  25. HarryS

    Patience is a Virtue

    My grasses have only just started :thumbsup:
    My grasses have only just started :thumbsup:
    My grasses have only just started :thumbsup:
    My grasses have only just started :thumbsup:
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  26. Fat Controller

    Laurel reduction

    We moved in a house with enormous cherry laurels behind the shed last year. We needed gardener to come to reduce them properly. Looking at picture I wouldn't go neither by red nor blue line. I...
    We moved in a house with enormous cherry laurels behind the shed last year. We needed gardener to come to reduce them properly. Looking at picture I wouldn't go neither by red nor blue line. I would leave just a trunk or 2-3, depending on what's inside, on manageable height to ease pruning...
    We moved in a house with enormous cherry laurels behind the shed last year. We needed gardener to come to reduce them properly. Looking at picture I wouldn't go neither by red nor blue line. I would leave just a trunk or 2-3, depending on what's...
    We moved in a house with enormous cherry laurels behind the shed last year. We needed gardener to come to reduce them properly. Looking at picture I wouldn't go neither by red nor blue line. I...
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  27. Doghouse Riley

    Garden Lighting

    I was fairly fortunate. A large food superstore store I managed at the time was having an extension and therefore a lot of electrical work. Most of the refrigeration was being replaced and a roll...
    I was fairly fortunate. A large food superstore store I managed at the time was having an extension and therefore a lot of electrical work. Most of the refrigeration was being replaced and a roll of this multi-core cable was just dumped into a skip, so "I recycled it." As I was putting in the...
    I was fairly fortunate. A large food superstore store I managed at the time was having an extension and therefore a lot of electrical work. Most of the refrigeration was being replaced and a roll of this multi-core cable was just dumped into a...
    I was fairly fortunate. A large food superstore store I managed at the time was having an extension and therefore a lot of electrical work. Most of the refrigeration was being replaced and a roll...
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  28. Trunky

    Opportunity - Gardening Job Available.

    Posted with the kind permission of the admin team.In a couple of months' time I will be retiring from my job as full time gardener at a large private estate, I've worked there for over 10 years...
    Posted with the kind permission of the admin team.In a couple of months' time I will be retiring from my job as full time gardener at a large private estate, I've worked there for over 10 years and have thoroughly enjoyed it.The owners are now in the process of looking for my replacement and...
    Posted with the kind permission of the admin team.In a couple of months' time I will be retiring from my job as full time gardener at a large private estate, I've worked there for over 10 years and have thoroughly enjoyed it.The owners are...
    Posted with the kind permission of the admin team.In a couple of months' time I will be retiring from my job as full time gardener at a large private estate, I've worked there for over 10 years...
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  29. PEANUTPARADISE

    Plant ID please

    Smoke bush?
    Smoke bush?
    Smoke bush?
    Smoke bush?
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  30. nightofjoy

    GEUM care and end of season cut-back

    Deadheading. How this brings back memories. Back to the garden on Monday. The lord and master and Mrs have been in the garden. Good morning Mike if the lady of the house was speaking. If it...
    Deadheading. How this brings back memories. Back to the garden on Monday. The lord and master and Mrs have been in the garden. Good morning Mike if the lady of the house was speaking. If it was the General etc, then it was Good morning Mr Allen. We had guest over the week end, and thought...
    Deadheading. How this brings back memories. Back to the garden on Monday. The lord and master and Mrs have been in the garden. Good morning Mike if the lady of the house was speaking. If it was the General etc, then it was Good morning Mr...
    Deadheading. How this brings back memories. Back to the garden on Monday. The lord and master and Mrs have been in the garden. Good morning Mike if the lady of the house was speaking. If it...
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  31. ricky101

    Liquid Seaweed

    I use fertilizer in all of my gardens. Most of mine are raised beds where I grow annuals/vegetables. Since I have low flow irrigation for all of the raised areas and hanging pots, I cheated and...
    I use fertilizer in all of my gardens. Most of mine are raised beds where I grow annuals/vegetables. Since I have low flow irrigation for all of the raised areas and hanging pots, I cheated and incorporated a fertilizer injector to the system and load it with nutrients about every two weeks....
    I use fertilizer in all of my gardens. Most of mine are raised beds where I grow annuals/vegetables. Since I have low flow irrigation for all of the raised areas and hanging pots, I cheated and incorporated a fertilizer injector to the system and...
    I use fertilizer in all of my gardens. Most of mine are raised beds where I grow annuals/vegetables. Since I have low flow irrigation for all of the raised areas and hanging pots, I cheated and...
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  32. gardening gloves

    'crisp' leaves on photinia 'little red robin'.......!

    Hi,Probably as @pete says, but it might also be partly due to being too dry, we generally have had very little rain over winter.Give it a good watering and feed and perhaps some compost/mulch...
    Hi,Probably as @pete says, but it might also be partly due to being too dry, we generally have had very little rain over winter.Give it a good watering and feed and perhaps some compost/mulch around its base and see how it goes, this time of year its normally growing fast and putting out...
    Hi,Probably as @pete says, but it might also be partly due to being too dry, we generally have had very little rain over winter.Give it a good watering and feed and perhaps some compost/mulch around its base and see how it goes, this time of...
    Hi,Probably as @pete says, but it might also be partly due to being too dry, we generally have had very little rain over winter.Give it a good watering and feed and perhaps some compost/mulch...
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  33. ricky101

    Hydrangea macrophylla (teller)

    Hi ricky 101, You can buy granules (Hydrangea Colourant) at Wyevale that you mix with water to keep the PH around 4. I feed mine with Ericaceous feed.
    Hi ricky 101, You can buy granules (Hydrangea Colourant) at Wyevale that you mix with water to keep the PH around 4. I feed mine with Ericaceous feed.
    Hi ricky 101, You can buy granules (Hydrangea Colourant) at Wyevale that you mix with water to keep the PH around 4. I feed mine with Ericaceous feed.
    Hi ricky 101, You can buy granules (Hydrangea Colourant) at Wyevale that you mix with water to keep the PH around 4. I feed mine with Ericaceous feed.
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  34. Jack Sparrow

    Callistemon Splendens

    I've grown it years ago, but only on the house wall, its one of the more tender Callistemons I think you will find. I dont think it stands much chance of surviving a winter in Peterborough in a...
    I've grown it years ago, but only on the house wall, its one of the more tender Callistemons I think you will find. I dont think it stands much chance of surviving a winter in Peterborough in a pot especially. There are hardier species than splendens, which I have. @strongylodon is pretty...
    I've grown it years ago, but only on the house wall, its one of the more tender Callistemons I think you will find. I dont think it stands much chance of surviving a winter in Peterborough in a pot especially. There are hardier species than...
    I've grown it years ago, but only on the house wall, its one of the more tender Callistemons I think you will find. I dont think it stands much chance of surviving a winter in Peterborough in a...
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  35. Leanne2511

    Inherited acer a bit sad

    Heavy rainfall overnight Verdun :) thank you!
    Heavy rainfall overnight Verdun :) thank you!
    Heavy rainfall overnight Verdun :) thank you!
    Heavy rainfall overnight Verdun :) thank you!
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  36. Upsydaisy

    I D please

    Thanks @Perki .....yes it does!!! Wow!! Thanks for that , brilliant :bigthumb:
    Thanks @Perki .....yes it does!!! Wow!! Thanks for that , brilliant :bigthumb:
    Thanks @Perki .....yes it does!!! Wow!! Thanks for that , brilliant :bigthumb:
    Thanks @Perki .....yes it does!!! Wow!! Thanks for that , brilliant :bigthumb:
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  37. GardeningNewbie

    Poorly Apricot Tree - Help

    Hello GN, it is most likely bacterial canker. Have a look at this link and see if the description fits.Bacterial canker As it's just affecting some branches, using secateurs or loppers dipped in...
    Hello GN, it is most likely bacterial canker. Have a look at this link and see if the description fits.Bacterial canker As it's just affecting some branches, using secateurs or loppers dipped in disinfectant, cut them back to healthy growth. If there's the slightest staining of the interior...
    Hello GN, it is most likely bacterial canker. Have a look at this link and see if the description fits.Bacterial canker As it's just affecting some branches, using secateurs or loppers dipped in disinfectant, cut them back to healthy growth. If...
    Hello GN, it is most likely bacterial canker. Have a look at this link and see if the description fits.Bacterial canker As it's just affecting some branches, using secateurs or loppers dipped in...
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  38. GardeningNewbie

    When to dead head Senetti

    Thank you @Marley Farley
    Thank you @Marley Farley
    Thank you @Marley Farley
    Thank you @Marley Farley
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