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  1. Raymond

    Common Ivy

    Your very welcome
    Your very welcome
    Your very welcome
    Your very welcome
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  2. SteveW

    Fuchsia fruits

    I stewed the berries with sugar in a separate pan all the purple colour came out but they tasted awful and peppery :eek: so they never made the crumble. I will stick to just the apple in future.
    I stewed the berries with sugar in a separate pan all the purple colour came out but they tasted awful and peppery :eek: so they never made the crumble. I will stick to just the apple in future.
    I stewed the berries with sugar in a separate pan all the purple colour came out but they tasted awful and peppery :eek: so they never made the crumble. I will stick to just the apple in future.
    I stewed the berries with sugar in a separate pan all the purple colour came out but they tasted awful and peppery :eek: so they never made the crumble. I will stick to just the apple in future.
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  3. badgerer

    Looking to fill a few flower beds...

    Hello all, when I moved into my new home I bought two packets of mixed seeds, that were labled "Butterfly and Bee Garden" and "Fragrant Garden" each pack contained a mixture of annuals and first...
    Hello all, when I moved into my new home I bought two packets of mixed seeds, that were labled "Butterfly and Bee Garden" and "Fragrant Garden" each pack contained a mixture of annuals and first year flowering perennials. the mix in each pack was sub devided into size 3"-20" and 20"-60"...
    Hello all, when I moved into my new home I bought two packets of mixed seeds, that were labled "Butterfly and Bee Garden" and "Fragrant Garden" each pack contained a mixture of annuals and first year flowering perennials. the mix in each pack...
    Hello all, when I moved into my new home I bought two packets of mixed seeds, that were labled "Butterfly and Bee Garden" and "Fragrant Garden" each pack contained a mixture of annuals and first...
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  4. Psyk0

    Best way to care for lemon-scented geranium?

    We have 'Attar of roses'(smells like Rose Water), 'Lady Plymouth' (Eucalyptus scented), 'Prince of Orange' (Orange) . Will have to get the Lemon scented Geranium, we have a Lemon scented Verbena,...
    We have 'Attar of roses'(smells like Rose Water), 'Lady Plymouth' (Eucalyptus scented), 'Prince of Orange' (Orange) . Will have to get the Lemon scented Geranium, we have a Lemon scented Verbena, which is Very Very strong scented.Nathan.Ps. Welcome to the forum
    We have 'Attar of roses'(smells like Rose Water), 'Lady Plymouth' (Eucalyptus scented), 'Prince of Orange' (Orange) . Will have to get the Lemon scented Geranium, we have a Lemon scented Verbena, which is Very Very strong scented.Nathan.Ps....
    We have 'Attar of roses'(smells like Rose Water), 'Lady Plymouth' (Eucalyptus scented), 'Prince of Orange' (Orange) . Will have to get the Lemon scented Geranium, we have a Lemon scented Verbena,...
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  5. cherokee

    GRAVEL GARDENS!

    Perhaps it is about gravel size. My pussies have long gone to heaven and are not being replaced due to my winter retreat.
    Perhaps it is about gravel size. My pussies have long gone to heaven and are not being replaced due to my winter retreat.
    Perhaps it is about gravel size. My pussies have long gone to heaven and are not being replaced due to my winter retreat.
    Perhaps it is about gravel size. My pussies have long gone to heaven and are not being replaced due to my winter retreat.
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  6. petal

    Fuchias

    cheers... I need my big sister to move house quick! I live in a tiny flat (read jungle + too many house plants) there is no room for anything else... She must get a conservatory and a green house!...
    cheers... I need my big sister to move house quick! I live in a tiny flat (read jungle + too many house plants) there is no room for anything else... She must get a conservatory and a green house!unless I turn the spare room into a very large green house! lol which my landlady (read mum)...
    cheers... I need my big sister to move house quick! I live in a tiny flat (read jungle + too many house plants) there is no room for anything else... She must get a conservatory and a green house!unless I turn the spare room into a very large...
    cheers... I need my big sister to move house quick! I live in a tiny flat (read jungle + too many house plants) there is no room for anything else... She must get a conservatory and a green house!...
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  7. slaydeuk

    Eliminating Sedum

    Many thanks for that. I have noticed that Weedol seems to set it back and I'm probably at fault in not following it up with further applications before it has time to recover. I'll try Roundup.
    Many thanks for that. I have noticed that Weedol seems to set it back and I'm probably at fault in not following it up with further applications before it has time to recover. I'll try Roundup.
    Many thanks for that. I have noticed that Weedol seems to set it back and I'm probably at fault in not following it up with further applications before it has time to recover. I'll try Roundup.
    Many thanks for that. I have noticed that Weedol seems to set it back and I'm probably at fault in not following it up with further applications before it has time to recover. I'll try Roundup.
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  8. rickyH

    Clematis

    I've only got a patio out the back of my flat. the area is quite wet and full of snails and slugs.. When I first started out, my patio was a smorgas board of delicacies.. I didn't want to use...
    I've only got a patio out the back of my flat. the area is quite wet and full of snails and slugs.. When I first started out, my patio was a smorgas board of delicacies.. I didn't want to use pesticides or anything like that and 'night patrol' was too much effort.. I came to the conclusion that...
    I've only got a patio out the back of my flat. the area is quite wet and full of snails and slugs.. When I first started out, my patio was a smorgas board of delicacies.. I didn't want to use pesticides or anything like that and 'night patrol'...
    I've only got a patio out the back of my flat. the area is quite wet and full of snails and slugs.. When I first started out, my patio was a smorgas board of delicacies.. I didn't want to use...
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  9. holme1

    Eaten Clematis

    Since I recently spotted a snail crossing my bedroom window (on the outside) yes, I guess they do go that high (unless a bird had dropped it and it was lost!)
    Since I recently spotted a snail crossing my bedroom window (on the outside) yes, I guess they do go that high (unless a bird had dropped it and it was lost!)
    Since I recently spotted a snail crossing my bedroom window (on the outside) yes, I guess they do go that high (unless a bird had dropped it and it was lost!)
    Since I recently spotted a snail crossing my bedroom window (on the outside) yes, I guess they do go that high (unless a bird had dropped it and it was lost!)
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  10. Fran

    July Garden Colour

    July seems to be a bit of a transitional month, but colour there is still a profusion.Astilbe, a lover of moist soils and partial shade, but otherwise, a great plant to growOne of the...
    July seems to be a bit of a transitional month, but colour there is still a profusion.Astilbe, a lover of moist soils and partial shade, but otherwise, a great plant to growOne of the huge range of Salvias, Forsskaolii is hardy, and will self seed, likes full sun but will grown in...
    July seems to be a bit of a transitional month, but colour there is still a profusion.Astilbe, a lover of moist soils and partial shade, but otherwise, a great plant to growOne of the huge range of Salvias, Forsskaolii is hardy, and...
    July seems to be a bit of a transitional month, but colour there is still a profusion.Astilbe, a lover of moist soils and partial shade, but otherwise, a great plant to growOne of the...
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  11. brazil

    worried

    Nope - tis not appropriate for sensitive public gazeOn a lighter note - I heard an expression on the BBC weatherforecast that had me a little concerned - we are due to have "wet rain"...
    Nope - tis not appropriate for sensitive public gazeOn a lighter note - I heard an expression on the BBC weatherforecast that had me a little concerned - we are due to have "wet rain" tomorrow - have I missed something , is there another sort :D
    Nope - tis not appropriate for sensitive public gazeOn a lighter note - I heard an expression on the BBC weatherforecast that had me a little concerned - we are due to have "wet rain" tomorrow - have I missed something , is there another...
    Nope - tis not appropriate for sensitive public gazeOn a lighter note - I heard an expression on the BBC weatherforecast that had me a little concerned - we are due to have "wet rain"...
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  12. moyra

    Orleanders

    Well I'm not exactlly a leading authority on olives, only been growing them for three years :D So I havent got much of my own experience to share, I do understand that some fairly old plants...
    Well I'm not exactlly a leading authority on olives, only been growing them for three years :D So I havent got much of my own experience to share, I do understand that some fairly old plants are around in the UK and growing pretty well, I think its obvious that you should find a sheltered...
    Well I'm not exactlly a leading authority on olives, only been growing them for three years :D So I havent got much of my own experience to share, I do understand that some fairly old plants are around in the UK and growing pretty well, I...
    Well I'm not exactlly a leading authority on olives, only been growing them for three years :D So I havent got much of my own experience to share, I do understand that some fairly old plants...
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  13. GeorgeRouse

    Petrol (might be 2t) Spillage

    Well, you picked the right time of year, although if you're looking at seeding a bent / fescue (fine) mix, you ought to get on with it as soon as possible, as the temperatures are starting to...
    Well, you picked the right time of year, although if you're looking at seeding a bent / fescue (fine) mix, you ought to get on with it as soon as possible, as the temperatures are starting to drop.Over the last few years though, I've been happily seeding as late as December and still had good...
    Well, you picked the right time of year, although if you're looking at seeding a bent / fescue (fine) mix, you ought to get on with it as soon as possible, as the temperatures are starting to drop.Over the last few years though, I've been...
    Well, you picked the right time of year, although if you're looking at seeding a bent / fescue (fine) mix, you ought to get on with it as soon as possible, as the temperatures are starting to...
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  14. eddyjack

    flowers for the shade

    I have recently bought a planting plan off the website below, it gives you a plan of where to place the plants included, and if i remember rightly, you can choose which colours you like and if...
    I have recently bought a planting plan off the website below, it gives you a plan of where to place the plants included, and if i remember rightly, you can choose which colours you like and if your border is in shade, semi shade or...
    I have recently bought a planting plan off the website below, it gives you a plan of where to place the plants included, and if i remember rightly, you can choose which colours you like and if your border is in shade, semi shade or...
    I have recently bought a planting plan off the website below, it gives you a plan of where to place the plants included, and if i remember rightly, you can choose which colours you like and if...
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  15. Ross

    Watering systems, can anyone help please

    Nik Was forgetting about limescale problem that plagues the southern end of the UK. Only left London 5 years ago - funny how quickly you forget these things - or is that age creeping up on me? :confused:
    Nik Was forgetting about limescale problem that plagues the southern end of the UK. Only left London 5 years ago - funny how quickly you forget these things - or is that age creeping up on me? :confused:
    Nik Was forgetting about limescale problem that plagues the southern end of the UK. Only left London 5 years ago - funny how quickly you forget these things - or is that age creeping up on me? :confused:
    Nik Was forgetting about limescale problem that plagues the southern end of the UK. Only left London 5 years ago - funny how quickly you forget these things - or is that age creeping up on me? :confused:
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  16. Conrad

    Dandelions

    there is a weedkiller you can paint onto the leaves it does take a long time but it would be better than spraying it would kill to much grass which i found out by bitter experience you do not need...
    there is a weedkiller you can paint onto the leaves it does take a long time but it would be better than spraying it would kill to much grass which i found out by bitter experience you do not need to paint all leaves just a few on each plant :D :D
    there is a weedkiller you can paint onto the leaves it does take a long time but it would be better than spraying it would kill to much grass which i found out by bitter experience you do not need to paint all leaves just a few on each plant :D ...
    there is a weedkiller you can paint onto the leaves it does take a long time but it would be better than spraying it would kill to much grass which i found out by bitter experience you do not need...
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  17. scratch

    Holly Bush

    Never tried to move a holly bush, so this is a bit of guesswork. Best time to move shrubs and trees tends to be the autumn - late October mainly - gives them the winter to settle their roots down....
    Never tried to move a holly bush, so this is a bit of guesswork. Best time to move shrubs and trees tends to be the autumn - late October mainly - gives them the winter to settle their roots down. Lift as much rootball as you possibly can, and make sure the hole you put in is a) bigger, and b)...
    Never tried to move a holly bush, so this is a bit of guesswork. Best time to move shrubs and trees tends to be the autumn - late October mainly - gives them the winter to settle their roots down. Lift as much rootball as you possibly can, and...
    Never tried to move a holly bush, so this is a bit of guesswork. Best time to move shrubs and trees tends to be the autumn - late October mainly - gives them the winter to settle their roots down....
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  18. birdy

    rhododendron

    Hi Birdy I have three large Rhodo's in half barrels. the leaves turn yellow after flowering dry up and fall off. If I see any of the other leaves starting to lose their colour which they sometimes...
    Hi Birdy I have three large Rhodo's in half barrels. the leaves turn yellow after flowering dry up and fall off. If I see any of the other leaves starting to lose their colour which they sometimes do I give them a bucketful of water with about an eggcupful of (Seeweed plus Sequestered Iron)...
    Hi Birdy I have three large Rhodo's in half barrels. the leaves turn yellow after flowering dry up and fall off. If I see any of the other leaves starting to lose their colour which they sometimes do I give them a bucketful of water with about an...
    Hi Birdy I have three large Rhodo's in half barrels. the leaves turn yellow after flowering dry up and fall off. If I see any of the other leaves starting to lose their colour which they sometimes...
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  19. brazil

    lemon verbena

    thankyou annas will try chicken sounds lovely :D :D
    thankyou annas will try chicken sounds lovely :D :D
    thankyou annas will try chicken sounds lovely :D :D
    thankyou annas will try chicken sounds lovely :D :D
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  20. sam k

    Please can someone help me before PANIC sets in

    Your very welcome
    Your very welcome
    Your very welcome
    Your very welcome
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