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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. PeterS
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    Improving clay

    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. Redwing
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    Good Online Nurseries and Plant Sellers

    Yes I've had them replace a really tiny Hosta bare root they sent out last year, as it happens the original one did survive so ended up with two. Zero complaints from me...just sad not to be able...
    Yes I've had them replace a really tiny Hosta bare root they sent out last year, as it happens the original one did survive so ended up with two. Zero complaints from me...just sad not to be able to buy anything this year as don't want to add even more plants to our move :)
    Yes I've had them replace a really tiny Hosta bare root they sent out last year, as it happens the original one did survive so ended up with two. Zero complaints from me...just sad not to be able to buy anything this year as don't want to add...
    Yes I've had them replace a really tiny Hosta bare root they sent out last year, as it happens the original one did survive so ended up with two. Zero complaints from me...just sad not to be able...
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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. JWK
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    Show us your purchases 2024

    20% off outdoor plants in B&Q at the moment. I bought this pretty Iberis and a Polemonium Golden Feathers.
    20% off outdoor plants in B&Q at the moment. I bought this pretty Iberis and a Polemonium Golden Feathers.
    20% off outdoor plants in B&Q at the moment. I bought this pretty Iberis and a Polemonium Golden Feathers.
    20% off outdoor plants in B&Q at the moment. I bought this pretty Iberis and a Polemonium Golden Feathers.
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  19. wiseowl
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    Whats Looking good May 2024

    Fair enough. This is what I grow as Johnsons blue, but perhaps it isn't.
    Fair enough. This is what I grow as Johnsons blue, but perhaps it isn't.
    Fair enough. This is what I grow as Johnsons blue, but perhaps it isn't.
    Fair enough. This is what I grow as Johnsons blue, but perhaps it isn't.
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  20. JWK
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    What are we doing in the garden 2024

    Potted on some perennials acquired as teeny tiny plugs (GW offer) that have grown surprisingly well, growing strongly and now in 9cm pots, hopefully some can go out maybe later in the summer,...
    Potted on some perennials acquired as teeny tiny plugs (GW offer) that have grown surprisingly well, growing strongly and now in 9cm pots, hopefully some can go out maybe later in the summer, though I may keep the delphiniums in pots till next spring..... Still debating whether to plant out the...
    Potted on some perennials acquired as teeny tiny plugs (GW offer) that have grown surprisingly well, growing strongly and now in 9cm pots, hopefully some can go out maybe later in the summer, though I may keep the delphiniums in pots till next...
    Potted on some perennials acquired as teeny tiny plugs (GW offer) that have grown surprisingly well, growing strongly and now in 9cm pots, hopefully some can go out maybe later in the summer,...
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  22. HedgeGuy

    New hornbeam hedge pruning questions - how much, how often

    Hi all,Last November we had around 100 metres of 60-90cm Hornbeam bare root whips planted at 5-7 per metre.We're ultimately wanting them to turn into one tall hedge that can't be seen through...
    Hi all,Last November we had around 100 metres of 60-90cm Hornbeam bare root whips planted at 5-7 per metre.We're ultimately wanting them to turn into one tall hedge that can't be seen through for the most part. To encourage this, I plan on pruning the outward growth while leaving the leader...
    Hi all,Last November we had around 100 metres of 60-90cm Hornbeam bare root whips planted at 5-7 per metre.We're ultimately wanting them to turn into one tall hedge that can't be seen through for the most part. To encourage this, I plan on...
    Hi all,Last November we had around 100 metres of 60-90cm Hornbeam bare root whips planted at 5-7 per metre.We're ultimately wanting them to turn into one tall hedge that can't be seen through...
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  23. KT53

    Malvern Spring Show 2024

    I'd be interested to hear from anybody who has attended this year who has also been in previous years and can compare years. I watched a small part of Gardeners World on Friday evening but can't...
    I'd be interested to hear from anybody who has attended this year who has also been in previous years and can compare years. I watched a small part of Gardeners World on Friday evening but can't stand Joe Swift so didn't stay with it for long. I know segments were filmed before opening but...
    I'd be interested to hear from anybody who has attended this year who has also been in previous years and can compare years. I watched a small part of Gardeners World on Friday evening but can't stand Joe Swift so didn't stay with it for long. ...
    I'd be interested to hear from anybody who has attended this year who has also been in previous years and can compare years. I watched a small part of Gardeners World on Friday evening but can't...
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  24. BenMunro

    Lawn advice

    Hi all,My lawn has taken a battering over the winter - it hasn't been helped that my garden slopes down at the back (a flood mitigation put in by the developer) so holds the water in a winter....
    Hi all,My lawn has taken a battering over the winter - it hasn't been helped that my garden slopes down at the back (a flood mitigation put in by the developer) so holds the water in a winter.I used to have such a gorgeous lawn by thanks to a neighbour who lets the weeds grow and the...
    Hi all,My lawn has taken a battering over the winter - it hasn't been helped that my garden slopes down at the back (a flood mitigation put in by the developer) so holds the water in a winter.I used to have such a gorgeous lawn by thanks to...
    Hi all,My lawn has taken a battering over the winter - it hasn't been helped that my garden slopes down at the back (a flood mitigation put in by the developer) so holds the water in a winter....
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  25. Goldenlily26

    Artichokes

    I ordered 2 artichoke plants from the Victorian Garden Nursery last week. One arrived yesterday, the other to follow next month. The plant is battered and bruised from being banged around inside...
    I ordered 2 artichoke plants from the Victorian Garden Nursery last week. One arrived yesterday, the other to follow next month. The plant is battered and bruised from being banged around inside the packaging. Hopefully it will survive. It needs to be potted up and given some TLC before being...
    I ordered 2 artichoke plants from the Victorian Garden Nursery last week. One arrived yesterday, the other to follow next month. The plant is battered and bruised from being banged around inside the packaging. Hopefully it will survive. It needs...
    I ordered 2 artichoke plants from the Victorian Garden Nursery last week. One arrived yesterday, the other to follow next month. The plant is battered and bruised from being banged around inside...
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  26. PhilC

    Best indoor potting mixes?

    Hey everyone,Just wanted to check what people have generally found to be the best mix for their pots indoors all year? (Not general purpose compost)I generally overwater things in winter so...
    Hey everyone,Just wanted to check what people have generally found to be the best mix for their pots indoors all year? (Not general purpose compost)I generally overwater things in winter so decided to try and make something that is very well draining but also holds water and nutrients...
    Hey everyone,Just wanted to check what people have generally found to be the best mix for their pots indoors all year? (Not general purpose compost)I generally overwater things in winter so decided to try and make something that is very well...
    Hey everyone,Just wanted to check what people have generally found to be the best mix for their pots indoors all year? (Not general purpose compost)I generally overwater things in winter so...
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  27. Cordy
    Funny x 3

    Who tied that knot ?

    Says me -- as I hide behind a privet Bush
    Says me -- as I hide behind a privet Bush
    Says me -- as I hide behind a privet Bush
    Says me -- as I hide behind a privet Bush
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  28. Clueless 1 v2

    When you're feeling low, instead of letting go, just remember that plant...

    Ok, it's ant, not plant. But this reminded me of the song about the ant that moved the rubber tree plant:)Check out the pure determination of this weed. The location is concrete for several metres...
    Ok, it's ant, not plant. But this reminded me of the song about the ant that moved the rubber tree plant:)Check out the pure determination of this weed. The location is concrete for several metres all around, and the bags of compost are unopened. One bag has a tiny hole in it. The bags have been...
    Ok, it's ant, not plant. But this reminded me of the song about the ant that moved the rubber tree plant:)Check out the pure determination of this weed. The location is concrete for several metres all around, and the bags of compost are unopened....
    Ok, it's ant, not plant. But this reminded me of the song about the ant that moved the rubber tree plant:)Check out the pure determination of this weed. The location is concrete for several metres...
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  29. KWR

    Remove Moss from Lawn

    Hi all, I am new to the forum, please be gentle. I use the Evergreen Lawn Weed and Feed and have then used a machine a couple of times to rake my lawn using tines. I have now dark patches of dead...
    Hi all, I am new to the forum, please be gentle. I use the Evergreen Lawn Weed and Feed and have then used a machine a couple of times to rake my lawn using tines. I have now dark patches of dead moss. What are my best next steps please? Is it to intensley make sure I removed all the dead moss,...
    Hi all, I am new to the forum, please be gentle. I use the Evergreen Lawn Weed and Feed and have then used a machine a couple of times to rake my lawn using tines. I have now dark patches of dead moss. What are my best next steps please? Is it to...
    Hi all, I am new to the forum, please be gentle. I use the Evergreen Lawn Weed and Feed and have then used a machine a couple of times to rake my lawn using tines. I have now dark patches of dead...
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  30. Victoria

    Gardening in Algarve in November

    I don't know if anyone is interested but thought some might like to know what is suggested to do in November here ... November in the Garden
    I don't know if anyone is interested but thought some might like to know what is suggested to do in November here ... November in the Garden
    I don't know if anyone is interested but thought some might like to know what is suggested to do in November here ... November in the Garden
    I don't know if anyone is interested but thought some might like to know what is suggested to do in November here ... November in the Garden
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  31. mazambo

    Scabiosa stellata 'Sternkugel'

    Hi everyone, I've got a couple of pots labelled as "echinops the giant" which i grew from seed, obviously they're scabiosa stellata sternkugel which is fantastic as I've tried to grow them before...
    Hi everyone, I've got a couple of pots labelled as "echinops the giant" which i grew from seed, obviously they're scabiosa stellata sternkugel which is fantastic as I've tried to grow them before without success, I'm just wondering if i pop them in the ground now will they self seed and return...
    Hi everyone, I've got a couple of pots labelled as "echinops the giant" which i grew from seed, obviously they're scabiosa stellata sternkugel which is fantastic as I've tried to grow them before without success, I'm just wondering if i pop them...
    Hi everyone, I've got a couple of pots labelled as "echinops the giant" which i grew from seed, obviously they're scabiosa stellata sternkugel which is fantastic as I've tried to grow them before...
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  32. NigelJ

    Hot dry weather Camellias and Rhododendrons

    Given the hot dry weather we are currently "enjoying" don't forget to water the Camellias, Rhododendrons and Azaleas if you want flowers next year. This is the time of year they form flower buds...
    Given the hot dry weather we are currently "enjoying" don't forget to water the Camellias, Rhododendrons and Azaleas if you want flowers next year. This is the time of year they form flower buds for next year and if they get too dry the buds either abort or don't form. Also these are fairly...
    Given the hot dry weather we are currently "enjoying" don't forget to water the Camellias, Rhododendrons and Azaleas if you want flowers next year. This is the time of year they form flower buds for next year and if they get too dry the buds...
    Given the hot dry weather we are currently "enjoying" don't forget to water the Camellias, Rhododendrons and Azaleas if you want flowers next year. This is the time of year they form flower buds...
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  33. The Buddleja Garden

    OPINIONS ON BUDDLEJA NEW DWARF HYBRIDS

    I wonder how many people have actually grown the new Buddleja hybrids that are currently in the catalogues. I have been growing 'Rocketstar', 'Flutterby', 'Dreaming' and quite a few others. For...
    I wonder how many people have actually grown the new Buddleja hybrids that are currently in the catalogues. I have been growing 'Rocketstar', 'Flutterby', 'Dreaming' and quite a few others. For the most part, they are awful. Poor performance and often lacking in any disease resistance.For...
    I wonder how many people have actually grown the new Buddleja hybrids that are currently in the catalogues. I have been growing 'Rocketstar', 'Flutterby', 'Dreaming' and quite a few others. For the most part, they are awful. Poor performance and...
    I wonder how many people have actually grown the new Buddleja hybrids that are currently in the catalogues. I have been growing 'Rocketstar', 'Flutterby', 'Dreaming' and quite a few others. For...
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  34. groundbeetle

    Do Tropaeolum majus and Tropaeolum minus hybridise?

    Do Tropaeolum majus, long trailing and climbing nasturtiums, and Tropaeolum minus, short nasturtiums, hybridise/interbreed?I ask for two main reasons. The first is it might be interesting to...
    Do Tropaeolum majus, long trailing and climbing nasturtiums, and Tropaeolum minus, short nasturtiums, hybridise/interbreed?I ask for two main reasons. The first is it might be interesting to get the colours and forms of the short nasturtiums in a big seven foot climbing nasturtium. The...
    Do Tropaeolum majus, long trailing and climbing nasturtiums, and Tropaeolum minus, short nasturtiums, hybridise/interbreed?I ask for two main reasons. The first is it might be interesting to get the colours and forms of the short nasturtiums...
    Do Tropaeolum majus, long trailing and climbing nasturtiums, and Tropaeolum minus, short nasturtiums, hybridise/interbreed?I ask for two main reasons. The first is it might be interesting to...
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  35. Kevin Cowans

    Looking for a Plant to Fill a Gap

    Hello allI hope you are well.I am looking for a Plant to fill in a Gap in my Border.I have Posted a Photo and more details in the 'My Garden Progress' Thread, here:My Garden ProgressAny...
    Hello allI hope you are well.I am looking for a Plant to fill in a Gap in my Border.I have Posted a Photo and more details in the 'My Garden Progress' Thread, here:My Garden ProgressAny suggestions would be welcome.Thanks in advanceKevin
    Hello allI hope you are well.I am looking for a Plant to fill in a Gap in my Border.I have Posted a Photo and more details in the 'My Garden Progress' Thread, here:My Garden ProgressAny suggestions would be welcome.Thanks in...
    Hello allI hope you are well.I am looking for a Plant to fill in a Gap in my Border.I have Posted a Photo and more details in the 'My Garden Progress' Thread, here:My Garden ProgressAny...
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  36. mazambo
    Like x 3

    Isn't that just the way.

    Bought a replacement for my dead agastache red fortune, and...
    Bought a replacement for my dead agastache red fortune, and...
    Bought a replacement for my dead agastache red fortune, and...
    Bought a replacement for my dead agastache red fortune, and...
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  37. mazambo

    Gladioli question

    Hi everyone, this year has been about trying out old seed and growing plants I've never grown before one being gladioli. I planted 20 bulbs in a raised bed in a carefully worked out pattern and...
    Hi everyone, this year has been about trying out old seed and growing plants I've never grown before one being gladioli. I planted 20 bulbs in a raised bed in a carefully worked out pattern and from what I'm seeing I'm presuming they wander a bit, is that right?
    Hi everyone, this year has been about trying out old seed and growing plants I've never grown before one being gladioli. I planted 20 bulbs in a raised bed in a carefully worked out pattern and from what I'm seeing I'm presuming they wander a...
    Hi everyone, this year has been about trying out old seed and growing plants I've never grown before one being gladioli. I planted 20 bulbs in a raised bed in a carefully worked out pattern and...
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  38. JBat

    Recommendation gravel strip

    Hello! I'm after recommendations. I've got a very narrow strip of gravel at the edge of some decking. The neighbours fence replacement was a slimmer construction so I gained a couple of inches....
    Hello! I'm after recommendations. I've got a very narrow strip of gravel at the edge of some decking. The neighbours fence replacement was a slimmer construction so I gained a couple of inches. Any recommendations for little plants that seed in gravel (like Erigeron would), but the catch being...
    Hello! I'm after recommendations. I've got a very narrow strip of gravel at the edge of some decking. The neighbours fence replacement was a slimmer construction so I gained a couple of inches. Any recommendations for little plants that seed in...
    Hello! I'm after recommendations. I've got a very narrow strip of gravel at the edge of some decking. The neighbours fence replacement was a slimmer construction so I gained a couple of inches....
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  39. ricky101

    Acer Orange Dream

    Hi,We purchased a couple of these nice looking little Acers from B&M but not sure how best to grow them.Each plant has two main shoots which have been deliberately stopped to give a good...
    Hi,We purchased a couple of these nice looking little Acers from B&M but not sure how best to grow them.Each plant has two main shoots which have been deliberately stopped to give a good looking canopy on such a young plant.However many larger Acers we have seen are single stemmed, so...
    Hi,We purchased a couple of these nice looking little Acers from B&M but not sure how best to grow them.Each plant has two main shoots which have been deliberately stopped to give a good looking canopy on such a young plant.However many...
    Hi,We purchased a couple of these nice looking little Acers from B&M but not sure how best to grow them.Each plant has two main shoots which have been deliberately stopped to give a good...
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  40. ricky101

    Free Postage Weekend - Suttons

    Hi,Just looking for some last minute plants and found that Suttons had them and also free delivery this Weekend saving £5.99 on most plant orders.
    Hi,Just looking for some last minute plants and found that Suttons had them and also free delivery this Weekend saving £5.99 on most plant orders.
    Hi,Just looking for some last minute plants and found that Suttons had them and also free delivery this Weekend saving £5.99 on most plant orders.
    Hi,Just looking for some last minute plants and found that Suttons had them and also free delivery this Weekend saving £5.99 on most plant orders.
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    Planting between apple trees

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    HelloWe have a row of 6 established apple trees (20 plus years).each have gaps of about 3 meters and producing a lot of fruit. We are looking at what we can potentially plant between them we ideally would like to introduce fruit bushes but don’t want to cause any issues to the trees.
    HelloWe have a row of 6 established apple trees (20 plus years).each have gaps of about 3 meters and producing a lot of fruit. We are looking at what we can potentially plant between them we ideally would like to introduce fruit bushes but...
    HelloWe have a row of 6 established apple trees (20 plus years).each have gaps of about 3 meters and producing a lot of fruit. We are looking at what we can potentially plant between them we...
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