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  2. JWK
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    Show us your Houseplants in Bloom now - 2022

    My plant has picked up since I moved it to the kitchen. On the living room table it seemed very sad & the flowerbuds turned brown & I had to remove a lot of them But perhaps it got better light in...
    My plant has picked up since I moved it to the kitchen. On the living room table it seemed very sad & the flowerbuds turned brown & I had to remove a lot of them But perhaps it got better light in the kitchen & has had several flowers since then.I accidentality let it dry out more than usual...
    My plant has picked up since I moved it to the kitchen. On the living room table it seemed very sad & the flowerbuds turned brown & I had to remove a lot of them But perhaps it got better light in the kitchen & has had several flowers since then....
    My plant has picked up since I moved it to the kitchen. On the living room table it seemed very sad & the flowerbuds turned brown & I had to remove a lot of them But perhaps it got better light in...
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  3. Marley Farley
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    Gesneriaceae - share you photos, thoughts etc. 2019 - 2022

    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
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  5. Jocko

    Viburnum “Charles Lamont”

    That is why I asked the question in the first place. I have never grown Viburnum, in any form, before and I was worried about this one. The bodnantense flowered at the beginning of March and the...
    That is why I asked the question in the first place. I have never grown Viburnum, in any form, before and I was worried about this one. The bodnantense flowered at the beginning of March and the opulus about three weeks later.
    That is why I asked the question in the first place. I have never grown Viburnum, in any form, before and I was worried about this one. The bodnantense flowered at the beginning of March and the opulus about three weeks later.
    That is why I asked the question in the first place. I have never grown Viburnum, in any form, before and I was worried about this one. The bodnantense flowered at the beginning of March and the...
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  6. vbgr

    rubber plant damaged leaves

    I put my rubber plant outside for its summer holidays. That’s what I thought they liked, but it now looks battle worn and damaged. Can I cut it off above the damaged leaves and plant it up in...
    I put my rubber plant outside for its summer holidays. That’s what I thought they liked, but it now looks battle worn and damaged. Can I cut it off above the damaged leaves and plant it up in another pot. Is this an easy way to resolve the problem. Thanks V
    I put my rubber plant outside for its summer holidays. That’s what I thought they liked, but it now looks battle worn and damaged. Can I cut it off above the damaged leaves and plant it up in another pot. Is this an easy way to resolve the...
    I put my rubber plant outside for its summer holidays. That’s what I thought they liked, but it now looks battle worn and damaged. Can I cut it off above the damaged leaves and plant it up in...
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  7. Jocko

    Night Scented Stock

    Awesome. Thanks. If that's not exactly it, it's close enough. I'll order some for next year.
    Awesome. Thanks. If that's not exactly it, it's close enough. I'll order some for next year.
    Awesome. Thanks. If that's not exactly it, it's close enough. I'll order some for next year.
    Awesome. Thanks. If that's not exactly it, it's close enough. I'll order some for next year.
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  8. stumorphmac

    Glorious superba

    Below is a flower of mine. The colours develop over several days as it matures. An interesting point is that the style has a right angle bend in it carrying the stigma out to the side. This is an...
    Below is a flower of mine. The colours develop over several days as it matures. An interesting point is that the style has a right angle bend in it carrying the stigma out to the side. This is an attempt to prevent self pollination when an insect flies in snd picks up pollen from the stamens...
    Below is a flower of mine. The colours develop over several days as it matures. An interesting point is that the style has a right angle bend in it carrying the stigma out to the side. This is an attempt to prevent self pollination when an insect...
    Below is a flower of mine. The colours develop over several days as it matures. An interesting point is that the style has a right angle bend in it carrying the stigma out to the side. This is an...
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  9. Scott manning

    Monstera deliciosa

    Hmmm. The growth looks "watery" in a way that the plant is just pushing out new growth rapidly without bothering to grow fully formed mature leaves. Usually that would indicate too much...
    Hmmm. The growth looks "watery" in a way that the plant is just pushing out new growth rapidly without bothering to grow fully formed mature leaves. Usually that would indicate too much fertiliser, water and warmth, but the position looks bright enough to support it. :scratch:I would take a cutting and...
    Hmmm. The growth looks "watery" in a way that the plant is just pushing out new growth rapidly without bothering to grow fully formed mature leaves. Usually that would indicate too much fertiliser, water and warmth, but the position looks bright...
    Hmmm. The growth looks "watery" in a way that the plant is just pushing out new growth rapidly without bothering to grow fully formed mature leaves. Usually that would indicate too much...
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  10. Reddwarf4ever

    Choice of plants for a cemetery plot

    A lot depends on the site, is it sheltered woodland or open meadow, whereabouts in the uk? All those appear to be herbaceous perennials so will disappear over winter, something to bear in mind....
    A lot depends on the site, is it sheltered woodland or open meadow, whereabouts in the uk? All those appear to be herbaceous perennials so will disappear over winter, something to bear in mind. Does the site get mown and are there rabbits? Sorry for all the questions but I like to plant on my...
    A lot depends on the site, is it sheltered woodland or open meadow, whereabouts in the uk? All those appear to be herbaceous perennials so will disappear over winter, something to bear in mind. Does the site get mown and are there rabbits? Sorry...
    A lot depends on the site, is it sheltered woodland or open meadow, whereabouts in the uk? All those appear to be herbaceous perennials so will disappear over winter, something to bear in mind....
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  11. Jack Snakes

    Kaffir Lime tree

    Is there much visible root, JS? If not, the last thing I'd do is disturb the rootball as that will probably finish it off. It's a job to judge what's best without being on the spot, but I'd put...
    Is there much visible root, JS? If not, the last thing I'd do is disturb the rootball as that will probably finish it off. It's a job to judge what's best without being on the spot, but I'd put it back in it's pot, leave it in a shady, sheltered corner, give it 1/2l of water once a fortnight if...
    Is there much visible root, JS? If not, the last thing I'd do is disturb the rootball as that will probably finish it off. It's a job to judge what's best without being on the spot, but I'd put it back in it's pot, leave it in a shady, sheltered...
    Is there much visible root, JS? If not, the last thing I'd do is disturb the rootball as that will probably finish it off. It's a job to judge what's best without being on the spot, but I'd put...
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  12. Shaneoak

    Giant hollyhock leaves

    Taking one or two off probably wouldn't do any harm.During this hot weather the flowers are going over quickly, I'm taking them off as you can see a new flower head forming.
    Taking one or two off probably wouldn't do any harm.During this hot weather the flowers are going over quickly, I'm taking them off as you can see a new flower head forming.
    Taking one or two off probably wouldn't do any harm.During this hot weather the flowers are going over quickly, I'm taking them off as you can see a new flower head forming.
    Taking one or two off probably wouldn't do any harm.During this hot weather the flowers are going over quickly, I'm taking them off as you can see a new flower head forming.
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  13. Funkar

    Where to buy Laurels in bulk.

    @Funkar If you can hang on until the bare root season and accept plants 30 to 50 cm tall then 50+ are available each no doubt need to add VAT and delivery. Or if you can't wait then the same size...
    @Funkar If you can hang on until the bare root season and accept plants 30 to 50 cm tall then 50+ are available each no doubt need to add VAT and delivery. Or if you can't wait then the same size pot grown are £2.58 each. Don't envy you pruning that lot with secateurs every spring though.
    @Funkar If you can hang on until the bare root season and accept plants 30 to 50 cm tall then 50+ are available each no doubt need to add VAT and delivery. Or if you can't wait then the same size pot grown are £2.58 each. Don't envy you pruning...
    @Funkar If you can hang on until the bare root season and accept plants 30 to 50 cm tall then 50+ are available each no doubt need to add VAT and delivery. Or if you can't wait then the same size...
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  15. CostasK

    Clematis wilting

    Hi,I have a clematis Montana that was doing great until recently and suddenly its leaves went really droopy (the whole plant).I tried watering it more but this didn't help. I have read that...
    Hi,I have a clematis Montana that was doing great until recently and suddenly its leaves went really droopy (the whole plant).I tried watering it more but this didn't help. I have read that Montanas are quite resistant to clematis wilt so I guess that wouldn't be the most likely scenario...
    Hi,I have a clematis Montana that was doing great until recently and suddenly its leaves went really droopy (the whole plant).I tried watering it more but this didn't help. I have read that Montanas are quite resistant to clematis wilt so I...
    Hi,I have a clematis Montana that was doing great until recently and suddenly its leaves went really droopy (the whole plant).I tried watering it more but this didn't help. I have read that...
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  16. Jowo

    Brown patches on ficus leaves

    Ah, thank you. It should be in the perfect position now so fingers crossed. I'm hoping all the brown leaves were inherited so I've removed them which will make it easier to monitor for new...
    Ah, thank you. It should be in the perfect position now so fingers crossed. I'm hoping all the brown leaves were inherited so I've removed them which will make it easier to monitor for new changes. Many thanks
    Ah, thank you. It should be in the perfect position now so fingers crossed. I'm hoping all the brown leaves were inherited so I've removed them which will make it easier to monitor for new changes. Many thanks
    Ah, thank you. It should be in the perfect position now so fingers crossed. I'm hoping all the brown leaves were inherited so I've removed them which will make it easier to monitor for new...
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  17. CostasK

    Dahlia - could it still be alive?

    Don't try splitting it, find the neck where last year's top growth came from and look for any sign of buds.
    Don't try splitting it, find the neck where last year's top growth came from and look for any sign of buds.
    Don't try splitting it, find the neck where last year's top growth came from and look for any sign of buds.
    Don't try splitting it, find the neck where last year's top growth came from and look for any sign of buds.
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  18. Plaurel

    Portugese Laurel - Growth on Branches

    Hi saw some info Portuguese Laurels tend to branch out better if you prune them yearly. If you dont, the lower branches will start to thicken and leaves will not grow much. The more you...
    Hi saw some info Portuguese Laurels tend to branch out better if you prune them yearly. If you dont, the lower branches will start to thicken and leaves will not grow much. The more you prune, the more the shrub will create more branches Portuguese Laurel can be finicky when it comes to...
    Hi saw some info Portuguese Laurels tend to branch out better if you prune them yearly. If you dont, the lower branches will start to thicken and leaves will not grow much. The more you prune, the more the shrub will create more branches ...
    Hi saw some info Portuguese Laurels tend to branch out better if you prune them yearly. If you dont, the lower branches will start to thicken and leaves will not grow much. The more you...
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  19. Jocko

    Hedge given a real cut.

    The boss tells me it is a Privet. With Hawthorn, Honeysuckle and Ivy through it (courtesy of bords and other wildlife).
    The boss tells me it is a Privet. With Hawthorn, Honeysuckle and Ivy through it (courtesy of bords and other wildlife).
    The boss tells me it is a Privet. With Hawthorn, Honeysuckle and Ivy through it (courtesy of bords and other wildlife).
    The boss tells me it is a Privet. With Hawthorn, Honeysuckle and Ivy through it (courtesy of bords and other wildlife).
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  20. Bradshaw_John

    Vaccinium 'Fireballs'

    Suckers are only a real problem on grafted plants mainly. Is it grafted?I assume you are using ericacaous compost as they like acid soil and the leaves may go yellow if it's not. If the new...
    Suckers are only a real problem on grafted plants mainly. Is it grafted?I assume you are using ericacaous compost as they like acid soil and the leaves may go yellow if it's not. If the new leaves green up in the next few weeks it's ok.
    Suckers are only a real problem on grafted plants mainly. Is it grafted?I assume you are using ericacaous compost as they like acid soil and the leaves may go yellow if it's not. If the new leaves green up in the next few weeks it's ok.
    Suckers are only a real problem on grafted plants mainly. Is it grafted?I assume you are using ericacaous compost as they like acid soil and the leaves may go yellow if it's not. If the new...
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  21. CanadianLori

    Zulu Warrior doesn't give seeds?

    A lot bigger than mine and no slug damage , looks great.
    A lot bigger than mine and no slug damage , looks great.
    A lot bigger than mine and no slug damage , looks great.
    A lot bigger than mine and no slug damage , looks great.
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  22. lake47

    Concerned about my plant!

    Dracaena marginata not Cordyline.
    Dracaena marginata not Cordyline.
    Dracaena marginata not Cordyline.
    Dracaena marginata not Cordyline.
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  23. Jocko

    My first foray with Lupins.

    Thanks, Nigel. I will do that (still some first flush flowers on it). If I see any aphids I will nuke them.
    Thanks, Nigel. I will do that (still some first flush flowers on it). If I see any aphids I will nuke them.
    Thanks, Nigel. I will do that (still some first flush flowers on it). If I see any aphids I will nuke them.
    Thanks, Nigel. I will do that (still some first flush flowers on it). If I see any aphids I will nuke them.
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  24. justin249

    How To Grow Mesembryanthemum Plants

    I have grown them very successfully here in Scotland. A good few years back now. I think I bought the plants from B&Q or Homebase.
    I have grown them very successfully here in Scotland. A good few years back now. I think I bought the plants from B&Q or Homebase.
    I have grown them very successfully here in Scotland. A good few years back now. I think I bought the plants from B&Q or Homebase.
    I have grown them very successfully here in Scotland. A good few years back now. I think I bought the plants from B&Q or Homebase.
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