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  1. angeleyes

    tea-bag plant - can anyone help

    http://www.gardenerscorner.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=000696 Have a look here angeleyes, does it look the same.
    http://www.gardenerscorner.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=000696 Have a look here angeleyes, does it look the same.
    http://www.gardenerscorner.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=000696 Have a look here angeleyes, does it look the same.
    http://www.gardenerscorner.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=000696 Have a look here angeleyes, does it look the same.
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  2. Terri

    Clematis

    I've managed to root cuttings of the large hybrid types, but they seem to take all summer to root, and make a good root system by autumn. The problem is they make very little or no growth in that...
    I've managed to root cuttings of the large hybrid types, but they seem to take all summer to root, and make a good root system by autumn. The problem is they make very little or no growth in that year and tend to rot or not have any dormant buds to grow away from the following year.
    I've managed to root cuttings of the large hybrid types, but they seem to take all summer to root, and make a good root system by autumn. The problem is they make very little or no growth in that year and tend to rot or not have any dormant buds...
    I've managed to root cuttings of the large hybrid types, but they seem to take all summer to root, and make a good root system by autumn. The problem is they make very little or no growth in that...
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  3. pete

    Tuberose

    I got one of those bulbs in early spring....then got waterlogged by accident...when I dicovered it... I put it in greenhoyuse to dry and has recovered at last and making lots of leaves now, no...
    I got one of those bulbs in early spring....then got waterlogged by accident...when I dicovered it... I put it in greenhoyuse to dry and has recovered at last and making lots of leaves now, no flower yet lol will check again in a day or 2..Ladybird
    I got one of those bulbs in early spring....then got waterlogged by accident...when I dicovered it... I put it in greenhoyuse to dry and has recovered at last and making lots of leaves now, no flower yet lol will check again in a day or...
    I got one of those bulbs in early spring....then got waterlogged by accident...when I dicovered it... I put it in greenhoyuse to dry and has recovered at last and making lots of leaves now, no...
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  4. Andrew Brown

    Collecting Seeds

    Thanks Pete2255
    Thanks Pete2255
    Thanks Pete2255
    Thanks Pete2255
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  5. willsgarden

    Is it possible to sow seeds now?

    Just fround this thread. We have just planted wallflower seeds for next spring.
    Just fround this thread. We have just planted wallflower seeds for next spring.
    Just fround this thread. We have just planted wallflower seeds for next spring.
    Just fround this thread. We have just planted wallflower seeds for next spring.
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  6. Charlie

    Pruning Azaleas

    Glad one of them was some help, sorry to here, we may be too late. Never mind you can prune it into shape for next year & get a good shape for flowering. You should end up with a lovely plant,...
    Glad one of them was some help, sorry to here, we may be too late. Never mind you can prune it into shape for next year & get a good shape for flowering. You should end up with a lovely plant, that will be a lovly dark green foliage plant in the mean time.
    Glad one of them was some help, sorry to here, we may be too late. Never mind you can prune it into shape for next year & get a good shape for flowering. You should end up with a lovely plant, that will be a lovly dark green foliage plant in...
    Glad one of them was some help, sorry to here, we may be too late. Never mind you can prune it into shape for next year & get a good shape for flowering. You should end up with a lovely plant,...
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  7. willsgarden

    Hollyhock weird leaves

    Bayleaf - what gorgeous HH! The colour is stunning!
    Bayleaf - what gorgeous HH! The colour is stunning!
    Bayleaf - what gorgeous HH! The colour is stunning!
    Bayleaf - what gorgeous HH! The colour is stunning!
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  8. JillD

    moving perennials

    Hi Peter, I do have a digital camera and have been recording the different stages of my garden. It gives me great pleasure to look back on how things were in early spring compared to how they are...
    Hi Peter, I do have a digital camera and have been recording the different stages of my garden. It gives me great pleasure to look back on how things were in early spring compared to how they are now. I am currently trying to learn how to load a picture on to this site of a very special fuschia...
    Hi Peter, I do have a digital camera and have been recording the different stages of my garden. It gives me great pleasure to look back on how things were in early spring compared to how they are now. I am currently trying to learn how to load a...
    Hi Peter, I do have a digital camera and have been recording the different stages of my garden. It gives me great pleasure to look back on how things were in early spring compared to how they are...
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  9. Larburnum

    Rhododendron

    Hi Larburnum, Lovely pic of our garden, very nice plants too. I see what you are saying about the one in front of the conservatory. In my bible it says that sometimes older plants can benifit...
    Hi Larburnum, Lovely pic of our garden, very nice plants too. I see what you are saying about the one in front of the conservatory. In my bible it says that sometimes older plants can benifit from a prune, but it looks like it is also growing to the light, if that the problem them you would...
    Hi Larburnum, Lovely pic of our garden, very nice plants too. I see what you are saying about the one in front of the conservatory. In my bible it says that sometimes older plants can benifit from a prune, but it looks like it is also growing...
    Hi Larburnum, Lovely pic of our garden, very nice plants too. I see what you are saying about the one in front of the conservatory. In my bible it says that sometimes older plants can benifit...
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  10. Marley Farley

    What should I do.????

    I thought it would be ok to dig in some of my compost first, just wanted your opinion before I did it. Do yours have any scent at all as mine don't seem to, shame, but never mind as they are...
    I thought it would be ok to dig in some of my compost first, just wanted your opinion before I did it. Do yours have any scent at all as mine don't seem to, shame, but never mind as they are very handsome stood there. Thanks for your help Pete, will plant out as I say when finished flowering. ...
    I thought it would be ok to dig in some of my compost first, just wanted your opinion before I did it. Do yours have any scent at all as mine don't seem to, shame, but never mind as they are very handsome stood there. Thanks for your help Pete,...
    I thought it would be ok to dig in some of my compost first, just wanted your opinion before I did it. Do yours have any scent at all as mine don't seem to, shame, but never mind as they are...
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  11. willsgarden

    dahlia seeds

    i have massive bushy dahlias nowis it still possible to take the cuttings? and if so how? i havent a clue on thisThanksWill
    i have massive bushy dahlias nowis it still possible to take the cuttings? and if so how? i havent a clue on thisThanksWill
    i have massive bushy dahlias nowis it still possible to take the cuttings? and if so how? i havent a clue on thisThanksWill
    i have massive bushy dahlias nowis it still possible to take the cuttings? and if so how? i havent a clue on thisThanksWill
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  12. jelly belly

    stinging nettles!

    Great Fran if you can stand the stink. ;)
    Great Fran if you can stand the stink. ;)
    Great Fran if you can stand the stink. ;)
    Great Fran if you can stand the stink. ;)
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  13. jjordie

    Birds in the garden

    Now that is helpful - I didn't know about a bird forum with prompt response - very useful.
    Now that is helpful - I didn't know about a bird forum with prompt response - very useful.
    Now that is helpful - I didn't know about a bird forum with prompt response - very useful.
    Now that is helpful - I didn't know about a bird forum with prompt response - very useful.
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  14. tigertoe

    lolo..... looking for help

    good thinking Steve lol Ladybird
    good thinking Steve lol Ladybird
    good thinking Steve lol Ladybird
    good thinking Steve lol Ladybird
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  15. Daisies

    planting 'oop North'

    PS Glenn, there a thread under General Discussion named "Christmas Potato" which is generating some interesting comment. I should take a look there if you haven't already! [ 09. August 2005,...
    PS Glenn, there a thread under General Discussion named "Christmas Potato" which is generating some interesting comment. I should take a look there if you haven't already! [ 09. August 2005, 07:17 PM: Message edited by: michaelmasdaisy ]
    PS Glenn, there a thread under General Discussion named "Christmas Potato" which is generating some interesting comment. I should take a look there if you haven't already! [ 09. August 2005, 07:17 PM: Message edited by: michaelmasdaisy ]
    PS Glenn, there a thread under General Discussion named "Christmas Potato" which is generating some interesting comment. I should take a look there if you haven't already! [ 09. August 2005,...
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  16. aqua

    Flag Stones/Bricks - Cleaning

    I've sprayed with algon for the first onslaught after a chat with my Dad who thinks its fab stuff :D so I'll keep you all updated
    I've sprayed with algon for the first onslaught after a chat with my Dad who thinks its fab stuff :D so I'll keep you all updated
    I've sprayed with algon for the first onslaught after a chat with my Dad who thinks its fab stuff :D so I'll keep you all updated
    I've sprayed with algon for the first onslaught after a chat with my Dad who thinks its fab stuff :D so I'll keep you all updated
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  17. Andrew_Swansea

    Vitis Vinifera

    If it came from the med. area then there's a good chance they may be palateable. As for the distorted leaves, if its just a bit of black fly I wouldn't worry too much.
    If it came from the med. area then there's a good chance they may be palateable. As for the distorted leaves, if its just a bit of black fly I wouldn't worry too much.
    If it came from the med. area then there's a good chance they may be palateable. As for the distorted leaves, if its just a bit of black fly I wouldn't worry too much.
    If it came from the med. area then there's a good chance they may be palateable. As for the distorted leaves, if its just a bit of black fly I wouldn't worry too much.
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  18. tigertoe

    Colours

    many thanks there Bayleaf, just ordered colour chart
    many thanks there Bayleaf, just ordered colour chart
    many thanks there Bayleaf, just ordered colour chart
    many thanks there Bayleaf, just ordered colour chart
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  19. stiofan

    Bromelia Jungle Star problem/question

    Ok thanks, it would be a shame to throw such a big plant away though.
    Ok thanks, it would be a shame to throw such a big plant away though.
    Ok thanks, it would be a shame to throw such a big plant away though.
    Ok thanks, it would be a shame to throw such a big plant away though.
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  20. Jojo1

    Can anybody help please?

    :)Hi M/daisy. Have done a similar thing to stop a shrub drying out too much as we have such lovely soil, but it drys very quickly as it is so free draining. The plant is very happy under these...
    :)Hi M/daisy. Have done a similar thing to stop a shrub drying out too much as we have such lovely soil, but it drys very quickly as it is so free draining. The plant is very happy under these conditions was very unhappy till I did that
    :)Hi M/daisy. Have done a similar thing to stop a shrub drying out too much as we have such lovely soil, but it drys very quickly as it is so free draining. The plant is very happy under these conditions was very unhappy till I did that
    :)Hi M/daisy. Have done a similar thing to stop a shrub drying out too much as we have such lovely soil, but it drys very quickly as it is so free draining. The plant is very happy under these...
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