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  1. Loofah

    Shed

    Hadn't really narrowed it down tbh, this was more of a check to see if I should put in the effort of research! Still undecided...
    Hadn't really narrowed it down tbh, this was more of a check to see if I should put in the effort of research! Still undecided...
    Hadn't really narrowed it down tbh, this was more of a check to see if I should put in the effort of research! Still undecided...
    Hadn't really narrowed it down tbh, this was more of a check to see if I should put in the effort of research! Still undecided...
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  2. noisette47

    Xanthocerus sorbifolium

    True - and Baumaux don't have that in stock this year.
    True - and Baumaux don't have that in stock this year.
    True - and Baumaux don't have that in stock this year.
    True - and Baumaux don't have that in stock this year.
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  3. Gaynor Harvey

    Planting seeds

    Wow, pete, that is the most comprehensive post I've seen you do in a long time:love30: , and I agree with you on most points. Cannas, as you said, are not Lilies and I'm sure you're right that,...
    Wow, pete, that is the most comprehensive post I've seen you do in a long time:love30: , and I agree with you on most points. Cannas, as you said, are not Lilies and I'm sure you're right that, logically, Lily seeds will take a long time to flower until the ensuing bulb is mature enough to even think...
    Wow, pete, that is the most comprehensive post I've seen you do in a long time:love30: , and I agree with you on most points. Cannas, as you said, are not Lilies and I'm sure you're right that, logically, Lily seeds will take a long time to flower until...
    Wow, pete, that is the most comprehensive post I've seen you do in a long time:love30: , and I agree with you on most points. Cannas, as you said, are not Lilies and I'm sure you're right that,...
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  4. Scrungee
    Informative x 4

    Dangerous Courgettes!

    We don't have any problem about supplies as we collect courgette seeds from our own plants. We leave one to grow large, enter it as a marrow in horticultural shows and then keep and dry the seeds...
    We don't have any problem about supplies as we collect courgette seeds from our own plants. We leave one to grow large, enter it as a marrow in horticultural shows and then keep and dry the seeds for the following year(s). :blue thumb: My middle name is Scrooge :old: :heehee:
    We don't have any problem about supplies as we collect courgette seeds from our own plants. We leave one to grow large, enter it as a marrow in horticultural shows and then keep and dry the seeds for the following year(s). :blue thumb: My middle name is...
    We don't have any problem about supplies as we collect courgette seeds from our own plants. We leave one to grow large, enter it as a marrow in horticultural shows and then keep and dry the seeds...
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  5. mazambo

    Grow Light

    I try and delay moving plants from indoors to my greenhouse as long as possible to avoid heating the whole place just for a small amount of plants, assisted by bringing my greenhouse lighting...
    I try and delay moving plants from indoors to my greenhouse as long as possible to avoid heating the whole place just for a small amount of plants, assisted by bringing my greenhouse lighting indoors and setting up tiered staging in front of a window, but Mrs Scrungee only lets me do that in one...
    I try and delay moving plants from indoors to my greenhouse as long as possible to avoid heating the whole place just for a small amount of plants, assisted by bringing my greenhouse lighting indoors and setting up tiered staging in front of a...
    I try and delay moving plants from indoors to my greenhouse as long as possible to avoid heating the whole place just for a small amount of plants, assisted by bringing my greenhouse lighting...
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  6. luciusmaximus

    Hello Scabious

    I'm not sure if there is a variety mentioned on the label, I will look tomorrow. Labels on the hardware store plants can often be a bit vague or even non existent :loll::heehee:. I do have a wild scabious in...
    I'm not sure if there is a variety mentioned on the label, I will look tomorrow. Labels on the hardware store plants can often be a bit vague or even non existent :loll::heehee:. I do have a wild scabious in the front garden and that looks after itself mostly. Also have a knautia something or other in...
    I'm not sure if there is a variety mentioned on the label, I will look tomorrow. Labels on the hardware store plants can often be a bit vague or even non existent :loll::heehee:. I do have a wild scabious in the front garden and that looks after itself...
    I'm not sure if there is a variety mentioned on the label, I will look tomorrow. Labels on the hardware store plants can often be a bit vague or even non existent :loll::heehee:. I do have a wild scabious in...
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  7. liliana
    Friendly x 4

    Hello everyone, l am back !!

    hey you .... we need a update
    hey you .... we need a update
    hey you .... we need a update
    hey you .... we need a update
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  8. AdrianBg

    Tree lillies - advice needed

    keep in the fridge for now if not ready to plant
    keep in the fridge for now if not ready to plant
    keep in the fridge for now if not ready to plant
    keep in the fridge for now if not ready to plant
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  9. Purple Streaks

    Fullers earth powder.

    It seemed odd on seeing this in the plant world seeds . But both Mike's and Nigels explanation is understandable. Mikes ,reminds me of :old: an ageing Doctor who was well known for advising the use of...
    It seemed odd on seeing this in the plant world seeds . But both Mike's and Nigels explanation is understandable. Mikes ,reminds me of :old: an ageing Doctor who was well known for advising the use of Fullers Earth tablets for almost everything from a sore throat to backache and all else inbetween, ...
    It seemed odd on seeing this in the plant world seeds . But both Mike's and Nigels explanation is understandable. Mikes ,reminds me of :old: an ageing Doctor who was well known for advising the use of Fullers Earth tablets for almost everything from...
    It seemed odd on seeing this in the plant world seeds . But both Mike's and Nigels explanation is understandable. Mikes ,reminds me of :old: an ageing Doctor who was well known for advising the use of...
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  10. clum111

    How to stake up these....?

    I know it's a bit belated,but couldn't help adding:::::Sometimes on a forum we have to agree to disagree:)Oooops sorry , I'll get me coat :spinning:
    I know it's a bit belated,but couldn't help adding:::::Sometimes on a forum we have to agree to disagree:)Oooops sorry , I'll get me coat :spinning:
    I know it's a bit belated,but couldn't help adding:::::Sometimes on a forum we have to agree to disagree:)Oooops sorry , I'll get me coat :spinning:
    I know it's a bit belated,but couldn't help adding:::::Sometimes on a forum we have to agree to disagree:)Oooops sorry , I'll get me coat :spinning:
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  11. Texas Pete

    Ideas for area with shallow soil and concrete which may be part of wall footing.

    My in-laws had moved into a council bungalow .They had a similar problem ,.Everything plus an old kitchen sink was buried a couple of foot down.They replaced the soil .T he plant always died...
    My in-laws had moved into a council bungalow .They had a similar problem ,.Everything plus an old kitchen sink was buried a couple of foot down.They replaced the soil .T he plant always died . the only shrub was a wild rose and this thrived. make sure you get ALL the soil replaced.The...
    My in-laws had moved into a council bungalow .They had a similar problem ,.Everything plus an old kitchen sink was buried a couple of foot down.They replaced the soil .T he plant always died . the only shrub was a wild rose and this thrived....
    My in-laws had moved into a council bungalow .They had a similar problem ,.Everything plus an old kitchen sink was buried a couple of foot down.They replaced the soil .T he plant always died...
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  12. alecras234

    knowledge

    Hello again Ash, for absolute basics, written in a clear, concise way, these are your best bet...
    Hello again Ash, for absolute basics, written in a clear, concise way, these are your best bet...
    Hello again Ash, for absolute basics, written in a clear, concise way, these are your best bet...
    Hello again Ash, for absolute basics, written in a clear, concise way, these are your best bet...
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  13. 2nd_bassoon
    Like x 3

    Where to site the greenhouse

    As your garden is going to develop over time, ( no one gets such a layout right first time) think we would go for a more rustic approach that can be readily repositioned, be it a bark mulch,...
    As your garden is going to develop over time, ( no one gets such a layout right first time) think we would go for a more rustic approach that can be readily repositioned, be it a bark mulch, gravel or steppping stones rather than a concreted in affair, like blocks or paving. Also going to take...
    As your garden is going to develop over time, ( no one gets such a layout right first time) think we would go for a more rustic approach that can be readily repositioned, be it a bark mulch, gravel or steppping stones rather than a concreted in...
    As your garden is going to develop over time, ( no one gets such a layout right first time) think we would go for a more rustic approach that can be readily repositioned, be it a bark mulch,...
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  14. HarryS

    Greenhouse and pots disinfectant?

    I cleaned mine just prior to putting up the bubble wrap in Oct/Nov. I use both Jeyes fluid and bleach. I have to pick a fine day when I can shift all the plants out and hope that it all dries...
    I cleaned mine just prior to putting up the bubble wrap in Oct/Nov. I use both Jeyes fluid and bleach. I have to pick a fine day when I can shift all the plants out and hope that it all dries before putting them back again. Everything is in pots at this stage so little chance of the jeyes...
    I cleaned mine just prior to putting up the bubble wrap in Oct/Nov. I use both Jeyes fluid and bleach. I have to pick a fine day when I can shift all the plants out and hope that it all dries before putting them back again. Everything is in pots...
    I cleaned mine just prior to putting up the bubble wrap in Oct/Nov. I use both Jeyes fluid and bleach. I have to pick a fine day when I can shift all the plants out and hope that it all dries...
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  15. Spruce

    Salvia (perennial variety)

    Wales....
    Wales....
    Wales....
    Wales....
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  16. Mark Smith

    Can this be saved?

    The 'cutting' can be chucked into a gritty compost....or just grit/pea shingle or sand. A lot of the time I've had them send out roots where they fell(were kicked off after having stabbed me)
    The 'cutting' can be chucked into a gritty compost....or just grit/pea shingle or sand. A lot of the time I've had them send out roots where they fell(were kicked off after having stabbed me)
    The 'cutting' can be chucked into a gritty compost....or just grit/pea shingle or sand. A lot of the time I've had them send out roots where they fell(were kicked off after having stabbed me)
    The 'cutting' can be chucked into a gritty compost....or just grit/pea shingle or sand. A lot of the time I've had them send out roots where they fell(were kicked off after having stabbed me)
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  17. ARMANDII
    Locked

    SHOW US YOUR PURCHASES 2020

    New Thread HereSHOW US YOUR PURCHASES - 2021
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    New Thread HereSHOW US YOUR PURCHASES - 2021
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  18. ARMANDII
    Locked

    FUCHSIAS 2020

    New Thread HereFUCHSIAS - 2021
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    New Thread HereFUCHSIAS - 2021
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  19. NigelJ
    Locked
    Like x 10

    What Jobs Are We Doing In The Garden Today 2020

    New Thread HereWHAT ARE WE DOING IN THE GARDEN TODAY - 2021
    New Thread HereWHAT ARE WE DOING IN THE GARDEN TODAY - 2021
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    New Thread HereWHAT ARE WE DOING IN THE GARDEN TODAY - 2021
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  20. ARMANDII
    Locked
    Like x 10

    WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN DECEMBER 2020

    New Thread HereWHATS LOOKING GOOD IN JANUARY 2021
    New Thread HereWHATS LOOKING GOOD IN JANUARY 2021
    New Thread HereWHATS LOOKING GOOD IN JANUARY 2021
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