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  1. shiney

    What's Looking Good In September 2021

    October Thread HereWhat's Looking Good In October 2021
    October Thread HereWhat's Looking Good In October 2021
    October Thread HereWhat's Looking Good In October 2021
    October Thread HereWhat's Looking Good In October 2021
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  2. shiney
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    What's Looking Good in April 2022

    New Thread HereWhat's Looking Good In May 2022
    New Thread HereWhat's Looking Good In May 2022
    New Thread HereWhat's Looking Good In May 2022
    New Thread HereWhat's Looking Good In May 2022
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  3. roders
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  4. Loofah

    Wickes GP compost 2012

    I prefer, frugal. :)
    I prefer, frugal. :)
    I prefer, frugal. :)
    I prefer, frugal. :)
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  5. wiseowl
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    Whats Looking Good In May 2023

    Was it outside Clive.
    Was it outside Clive.
    Was it outside Clive.
    Was it outside Clive.
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  6. longk
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    What's Looking Good in August 2014

    Found it in a book last night, apparently it's a wildflower called Cinquefoil. But on Google pics I couldn't see the same, so I think it is Potentilla thurberi. :)
    Found it in a book last night, apparently it's a wildflower called Cinquefoil. But on Google pics I couldn't see the same, so I think it is Potentilla thurberi. :)
    Found it in a book last night, apparently it's a wildflower called Cinquefoil. But on Google pics I couldn't see the same, so I think it is Potentilla thurberi. :)
    Found it in a book last night, apparently it's a wildflower called Cinquefoil. But on Google pics I couldn't see the same, so I think it is Potentilla thurberi. :)
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  7. Marley Farley

    Super Salvias 2014..

    Paul, as you can see mine was just a first year plant from early seed. The other one in the greenhouse is a couple of years old from seed and is my "banker" plant. How much soil was around the...
    Paul, as you can see mine was just a first year plant from early seed. The other one in the greenhouse is a couple of years old from seed and is my "banker" plant. How much soil was around the tubers? I'm pretty sure that @nibor will have his own thoughts on storing them although I suspect that...
    Paul, as you can see mine was just a first year plant from early seed. The other one in the greenhouse is a couple of years old from seed and is my "banker" plant. How much soil was around the tubers? I'm pretty sure that @nibor will have his own...
    Paul, as you can see mine was just a first year plant from early seed. The other one in the greenhouse is a couple of years old from seed and is my "banker" plant. How much soil was around the...
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  8. mowgley
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    Mowgleys retreat

    What a beautiful garden! It is a very similar size and shape to mine, and I have similar trees at the bottom. I've been pondering how to add some interest and feel quite inspired by yours. Lovely!
    What a beautiful garden! It is a very similar size and shape to mine, and I have similar trees at the bottom. I've been pondering how to add some interest and feel quite inspired by yours. Lovely!
    What a beautiful garden! It is a very similar size and shape to mine, and I have similar trees at the bottom. I've been pondering how to add some interest and feel quite inspired by yours. Lovely!
    What a beautiful garden! It is a very similar size and shape to mine, and I have similar trees at the bottom. I've been pondering how to add some interest and feel quite inspired by yours. Lovely!
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  9. silu

    Furious , anybody any advice other than a stiff drink?

    Congratulations on a good outcome. :blue thumb: Your solicitor was right about not pushing it. If it came to court you could be ruled against (if the court thought it was a debateable situation) as you...
    Congratulations on a good outcome. :blue thumb: Your solicitor was right about not pushing it. If it came to court you could be ruled against (if the court thought it was a debateable situation) as you would have turned down a reasonable offer. The courts don't like you being unnecessarily litigious.
    Congratulations on a good outcome. :blue thumb: Your solicitor was right about not pushing it. If it came to court you could be ruled against (if the court thought it was a debateable situation) as you would have turned down a reasonable offer. The...
    Congratulations on a good outcome. :blue thumb: Your solicitor was right about not pushing it. If it came to court you could be ruled against (if the court thought it was a debateable situation) as you...
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  10. NigelJ

    What's looking good in June 2020

    July thread here:-What's Looking Good in July 2020
    July thread here:-What's Looking Good in July 2020
    July thread here:-What's Looking Good in July 2020
    July thread here:-What's Looking Good in July 2020
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  11. Phil A
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    WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN SEPTEMBER 2018

    Sphaeralcea monroii flowering well
    Sphaeralcea monroii flowering well
    Sphaeralcea monroii flowering well
    Sphaeralcea monroii flowering well
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  12. shiney
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  13. LawnAndOrder

    Do you love it? Do you loathe it? Do you care?

    I'm intrigued....what are these pets that are supposed to be trodden on? Chihuahua spring to mind but whenever I did, the owners got inexplicably upset :biggrin: Hamsters? No....much too...
    I'm intrigued....what are these pets that are supposed to be trodden on? Chihuahua spring to mind but whenever I did, the owners got inexplicably upset :biggrin: Hamsters? No....much too squishy. Perhaps tortoises in the dormant state? They'd make excellent stepping stones in a Japanese garden....
    I'm intrigued....what are these pets that are supposed to be trodden on? Chihuahua spring to mind but whenever I did, the owners got inexplicably upset :biggrin: Hamsters? No....much too squishy. Perhaps tortoises in the dormant state? They'd make...
    I'm intrigued....what are these pets that are supposed to be trodden on? Chihuahua spring to mind but whenever I did, the owners got inexplicably upset :biggrin: Hamsters? No....much too...
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  14. ARMANDII
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    SUPER SALVIA'S - 2015

    New thread for 2016 - HERE
    New thread for 2016 - HERE
    New thread for 2016 - HERE
    New thread for 2016 - HERE
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  15. ARMANDII

    SUPER SALVIAS -2017

    Me too!S.barrieleri S.concolor S.guaranitica 'Santa Maria' S.guaranitica var. violaceaS.nubicola S.splendens 'Sao Borja' Salvia 'Theresia' S.vitifoliaI think that I may have been a little...
    Me too!S.barrieleri S.concolor S.guaranitica 'Santa Maria' S.guaranitica var. violaceaS.nubicola S.splendens 'Sao Borja' Salvia 'Theresia' S.vitifoliaI think that I may have been a little shy so I'm going to take another look :heehee:
    Me too!S.barrieleri S.concolor S.guaranitica 'Santa Maria' S.guaranitica var. violaceaS.nubicola S.splendens 'Sao Borja' Salvia 'Theresia' S.vitifoliaI think that I may have been a little shy so I'm going to take another look :heehee:
    Me too!S.barrieleri S.concolor S.guaranitica 'Santa Maria' S.guaranitica var. violaceaS.nubicola S.splendens 'Sao Borja' Salvia 'Theresia' S.vitifoliaI think that I may have been a little...
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  16. ARMANDII

    FROM THE OLD BOOK

    I guess it was trial and error, Sheal, but it makes me shudder to think of what the effects were when they erred!!! I know from the Old Books that there was a lot of research going on in the...
    I guess it was trial and error, Sheal, but it makes me shudder to think of what the effects were when they erred!!! I know from the Old Books that there was a lot of research going on in the Universities and Colleges even in those days and of course there was the Commercial grower and the...
    I guess it was trial and error, Sheal, but it makes me shudder to think of what the effects were when they erred!!! I know from the Old Books that there was a lot of research going on in the Universities and Colleges even in those days and of...
    I guess it was trial and error, Sheal, but it makes me shudder to think of what the effects were when they erred!!! I know from the Old Books that there was a lot of research going on in the...
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  17. NigelJ
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    What's Looking Good In March 2019

    Aww. Well the ones I've got are currently on display (I thought they'd make a lovely feature in our living room) but from now on I will save any that he leaves behind especially for Mrs Shiney. ...
    Aww. Well the ones I've got are currently on display (I thought they'd make a lovely feature in our living room) but from now on I will save any that he leaves behind especially for Mrs Shiney. He usually starts losing them around the end of the summer :)
    Aww. Well the ones I've got are currently on display (I thought they'd make a lovely feature in our living room) but from now on I will save any that he leaves behind especially for Mrs Shiney. He usually starts losing them around the end of...
    Aww. Well the ones I've got are currently on display (I thought they'd make a lovely feature in our living room) but from now on I will save any that he leaves behind especially for Mrs Shiney. ...
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  18. Spruce
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    What are you going to grow "New to you" for 2014

    Check out ebay for flower pouches. Each bag can take 11 plants
    Check out ebay for flower pouches. Each bag can take 11 plants
    Check out ebay for flower pouches. Each bag can take 11 plants
    Check out ebay for flower pouches. Each bag can take 11 plants
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  19. Bilbo675

    Eddo (Elephants Ears, Colocasia ?)

    those are few variety I`ve tryed this year , all from the local asian shop , but bought in different months from November onward .
    those are few variety I`ve tryed this year , all from the local asian shop , but bought in different months from November onward .
    those are few variety I`ve tryed this year , all from the local asian shop , but bought in different months from November onward .
    those are few variety I`ve tryed this year , all from the local asian shop , but bought in different months from November onward .
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  20. PeterS
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    Echiums

    Ive got 2 growing in the garden this year, sown last spring and kept in the GH overwinter the planted out in April. It's romping away now, I'll get a pic later
    Ive got 2 growing in the garden this year, sown last spring and kept in the GH overwinter the planted out in April. It's romping away now, I'll get a pic later
    Ive got 2 growing in the garden this year, sown last spring and kept in the GH overwinter the planted out in April. It's romping away now, I'll get a pic later
    Ive got 2 growing in the garden this year, sown last spring and kept in the GH overwinter the planted out in April. It's romping away now, I'll get a pic later
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