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  2. Marley Farley
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    SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2019

    Unnamed Epiphyllum hybrid
    Unnamed Epiphyllum hybrid
    Unnamed Epiphyllum hybrid
    Unnamed Epiphyllum hybrid
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  3. Marley Farley
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    Gesneriaceae - share you photos, thoughts etc. 2019

    I can send you cuttings if you like, PM me.
    I can send you cuttings if you like, PM me.
    I can send you cuttings if you like, PM me.
    I can send you cuttings if you like, PM me.
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  5. Markymark

    Pests? Any ideas?

    Greenfly are just one name to may types of Aphids and if it is an Aphid the usual tell tale sign that they are on your plants is that their white Casts are showing up as little white things on...
    Greenfly are just one name to may types of Aphids and if it is an Aphid the usual tell tale sign that they are on your plants is that their white Casts are showing up as little white things on the top of the pots dark compost.This link has a pic of their casts, if you can see them on your...
    Greenfly are just one name to may types of Aphids and if it is an Aphid the usual tell tale sign that they are on your plants is that their white Casts are showing up as little white things on the top of the pots dark compost.This link has a...
    Greenfly are just one name to may types of Aphids and if it is an Aphid the usual tell tale sign that they are on your plants is that their white Casts are showing up as little white things on...
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  6. MAJ

    Elaeagnus renovation

    Thanks. That's useful!
    Thanks. That's useful!
    Thanks. That's useful!
    Thanks. That's useful!
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  7. Sarah Eley

    Everlasting sweet pea

    Ah. Thanks for the heads up. I know they are not large and fragrant like the others. Hadn't realised the name difference though. Thank you!
    Ah. Thanks for the heads up. I know they are not large and fragrant like the others. Hadn't realised the name difference though. Thank you!
    Ah. Thanks for the heads up. I know they are not large and fragrant like the others. Hadn't realised the name difference though. Thank you!
    Ah. Thanks for the heads up. I know they are not large and fragrant like the others. Hadn't realised the name difference though. Thank you!
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  8. MAJ

    Is it too late to prune Buddleja?

    Thanks John, thought so.
    Thanks John, thought so.
    Thanks John, thought so.
    Thanks John, thought so.
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  9. lowrider69
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    Venus fly trap advice

    Thanks for advise everybody, please do post some photos when you have a moment. :blue thumb:If I can get the conditions right for the VFT (which is actually looking quite happy and growing strongly...for...
    Thanks for advise everybody, please do post some photos when you have a moment. :blue thumb:If I can get the conditions right for the VFT (which is actually looking quite happy and growing strongly...for now...) I'm sorely tempted to try other carnivorous plants as well.
    Thanks for advise everybody, please do post some photos when you have a moment. :blue thumb:If I can get the conditions right for the VFT (which is actually looking quite happy and growing strongly...for now...) I'm sorely tempted to try other carnivorous...
    Thanks for advise everybody, please do post some photos when you have a moment. :blue thumb:If I can get the conditions right for the VFT (which is actually looking quite happy and growing strongly...for...
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  10. EarlNeonCog
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    My brand new baby Monstera (very excited)

    @KFFI don't think you'd regret it. He's a lovely little plant. I can't wait to see the first hole come through. May take a while from my understanding, but that's half the reason I wanted such...
    @KFFI don't think you'd regret it. He's a lovely little plant. I can't wait to see the first hole come through. May take a while from my understanding, but that's half the reason I wanted such a little one (he's only maybe 20-30cm tall at the moment).I'm not a hundred percent certain, but I...
    @KFFI don't think you'd regret it. He's a lovely little plant. I can't wait to see the first hole come through. May take a while from my understanding, but that's half the reason I wanted such a little one (he's only maybe 20-30cm tall at the...
    @KFFI don't think you'd regret it. He's a lovely little plant. I can't wait to see the first hole come through. May take a while from my understanding, but that's half the reason I wanted such...
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  11. bill-lancaster

    Magnolia - discoloured flowers

    Possibly a bit late now and the forecast is for slightly warmer nights.
    Possibly a bit late now and the forecast is for slightly warmer nights.
    Possibly a bit late now and the forecast is for slightly warmer nights.
    Possibly a bit late now and the forecast is for slightly warmer nights.
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  12. jazzy

    Choisya - No flowers on one plant?

    One of my Choisyas......14’ tall. Wish I could post the scent:) it is sublime:)Jazzy, it will settle down to flowering. Don’t overfeed or overwater then it will be kind to you
    One of my Choisyas......14’ tall. Wish I could post the scent:) it is sublime:)Jazzy, it will settle down to flowering. Don’t overfeed or overwater then it will be kind to you
    One of my Choisyas......14’ tall. Wish I could post the scent:) it is sublime:)Jazzy, it will settle down to flowering. Don’t overfeed or overwater then it will be kind to you
    One of my Choisyas......14’ tall. Wish I could post the scent:) it is sublime:)Jazzy, it will settle down to flowering. Don’t overfeed or overwater then it will be kind to you
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  13. Shaneoak

    Tulip bulbs haven't emerged

    Thanks Allen. I didn't think about the moisture. It rains alot in Yorkshire, but we did have lots of dry cold spells..maybe that is what caused it It;s very odd.
    Thanks Allen. I didn't think about the moisture. It rains alot in Yorkshire, but we did have lots of dry cold spells..maybe that is what caused it It;s very odd.
    Thanks Allen. I didn't think about the moisture. It rains alot in Yorkshire, but we did have lots of dry cold spells..maybe that is what caused it It;s very odd.
    Thanks Allen. I didn't think about the moisture. It rains alot in Yorkshire, but we did have lots of dry cold spells..maybe that is what caused it It;s very odd.
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  14. K78

    Fastest growing climbing plants.

    Plants for structure K78......consider hollies. Some fantastic varieties like Golden King, Handsworth New Silver, J C Van Toll. Easy, reliable and attractive. Mahonia, berberis Darwinii,...
    Plants for structure K78......consider hollies. Some fantastic varieties like Golden King, Handsworth New Silver, J C Van Toll. Easy, reliable and attractive. Mahonia, berberis Darwinii, griselinia, eleagnus are all evergreen and add structure:)
    Plants for structure K78......consider hollies. Some fantastic varieties like Golden King, Handsworth New Silver, J C Van Toll. Easy, reliable and attractive. Mahonia, berberis Darwinii, griselinia, eleagnus are all evergreen and add structure:)
    Plants for structure K78......consider hollies. Some fantastic varieties like Golden King, Handsworth New Silver, J C Van Toll. Easy, reliable and attractive. Mahonia, berberis Darwinii,...
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  15. Markymark

    Clematis Montana

    Fantastic! Thank you so much. I’m going to go for it!
    Fantastic! Thank you so much. I’m going to go for it!
    Fantastic! Thank you so much. I’m going to go for it!
    Fantastic! Thank you so much. I’m going to go for it!
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  16. Paul Blackburn

    Question about a Chamaecypari Pisifera

    Mulch now Paul. :).good time. Soil is moist. You can mulch at any time but spring is best I think Mulching Boulevard will help retain moisture it needs during the summer:)
    Mulch now Paul. :).good time. Soil is moist. You can mulch at any time but spring is best I think Mulching Boulevard will help retain moisture it needs during the summer:)
    Mulch now Paul. :).good time. Soil is moist. You can mulch at any time but spring is best I think Mulching Boulevard will help retain moisture it needs during the summer:)
    Mulch now Paul. :).good time. Soil is moist. You can mulch at any time but spring is best I think Mulching Boulevard will help retain moisture it needs during the summer:)
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  17. K78

    Bamboo

    I believe so. Robusta campbell what I have used for my hedging.
    I believe so. Robusta campbell what I have used for my hedging.
    I believe so. Robusta campbell what I have used for my hedging.
    I believe so. Robusta campbell what I have used for my hedging.
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  18. Jenny namaste
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    Oxalis triangularis " Cupido"

    this one (4 days ago ) had just the middle scout up - and here it is 4 days on :
    this one (4 days ago ) had just the middle scout up - and here it is 4 days on :
    this one (4 days ago ) had just the middle scout up - and here it is 4 days on :
    this one (4 days ago ) had just the middle scout up - and here it is 4 days on :
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  19. Shaneoak

    Hyacinth's i ordered look different from pictures...

    ah okay ,still better than mine.
    ah okay ,still better than mine.
    ah okay ,still better than mine.
    ah okay ,still better than mine.
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  20. Shaneoak

    Do Oriental Poppies flower the following year?

    Thanks Allen
    Thanks Allen
    Thanks Allen
    Thanks Allen
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  21. Riley CCM

    What do you Think of This?

    What type of seed is it:heehee:
    What type of seed is it:heehee:
    What type of seed is it:heehee:
    What type of seed is it:heehee:
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  22. roders
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    Show us your House Plants in bloom 2019.

    My lovely Orchid bought last year by my daughter for Fathers Day.
    My lovely Orchid bought last year by my daughter for Fathers Day.
    My lovely Orchid bought last year by my daughter for Fathers Day.
    My lovely Orchid bought last year by my daughter for Fathers Day.
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  23. longk
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    Gesneriaceae - share you photos, thoughts etc.

    Due to abTech’ problem we have started a new threadHERE
    Due to abTech’ problem we have started a new threadHERE
    Due to abTech’ problem we have started a new threadHERE
    Due to abTech’ problem we have started a new threadHERE
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  24. longk
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    Show us your houseplants in bloom now

    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
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