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  2. Marley Farley
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    Gesneriaceae - share you photos, thoughts etc. 2019

    Avs under artificial light are going all year round:
    Avs under artificial light are going all year round:
    Avs under artificial light are going all year round:
    Avs under artificial light are going all year round:
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  3. Marley Farley
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    SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2019

    Dendrobium.Phalaenopsis.
    Dendrobium.Phalaenopsis.
    Dendrobium.Phalaenopsis.
    Dendrobium.Phalaenopsis.
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  5. strongylodon
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    Show Us Your Houseplants in Bloom now 2020.

    Myrmecatavola/Recchara Frances Fox today:
    Myrmecatavola/Recchara Frances Fox today:
    Myrmecatavola/Recchara Frances Fox today:
    Myrmecatavola/Recchara Frances Fox today:
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  6. FlourishAnn

    Sarracenia - carnivorous plant!

    Thanks I did ask the plant people to contact me as soon as they have plants for sale. They said most likely mid spring as you say.
    Thanks I did ask the plant people to contact me as soon as they have plants for sale. They said most likely mid spring as you say.
    Thanks I did ask the plant people to contact me as soon as they have plants for sale. They said most likely mid spring as you say.
    Thanks I did ask the plant people to contact me as soon as they have plants for sale. They said most likely mid spring as you say.
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  7. barryman

    Help - my plant looks on it's last legs!!

    Thanxx to all who replied. Will repot now as it won't do any harm and will then wait till spring to carry out the other stuff.....
    Thanxx to all who replied. Will repot now as it won't do any harm and will then wait till spring to carry out the other stuff.....
    Thanxx to all who replied. Will repot now as it won't do any harm and will then wait till spring to carry out the other stuff.....
    Thanxx to all who replied. Will repot now as it won't do any harm and will then wait till spring to carry out the other stuff.....
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  8. Sian in Belgium
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    Holiday houseplant care

    I tend to think the ginger should be evergreen, but if it dies back definitely ease off on the watering, it will come to no harm dry even, until the days get longer and warmer temps on the window...
    I tend to think the ginger should be evergreen, but if it dies back definitely ease off on the watering, it will come to no harm dry even, until the days get longer and warmer temps on the window sill.
    I tend to think the ginger should be evergreen, but if it dies back definitely ease off on the watering, it will come to no harm dry even, until the days get longer and warmer temps on the window sill.
    I tend to think the ginger should be evergreen, but if it dies back definitely ease off on the watering, it will come to no harm dry even, until the days get longer and warmer temps on the window...
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  9. wiseowl
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    Christmas cactus

    Light pink in full flower and the red just thinking about it. Beautiful plants for the few weeks they flower.
    Light pink in full flower and the red just thinking about it. Beautiful plants for the few weeks they flower.
    Light pink in full flower and the red just thinking about it. Beautiful plants for the few weeks they flower.
    Light pink in full flower and the red just thinking about it. Beautiful plants for the few weeks they flower.
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  10. thriftybri

    clematis

    thanks again for info mate
    thanks again for info mate
    thanks again for info mate
    thanks again for info mate
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  11. lowrider69
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    Venus fly trap advice

    An update- the poor plant is still alive and doing surprisingly well. It got infested in brave greenflies over the summer so started to grow all wonky and wrinkled, but now that the traps are...
    An update- the poor plant is still alive and doing surprisingly well. It got infested in brave greenflies over the summer so started to grow all wonky and wrinkled, but now that the traps are fading away I can see that the actual rosettes look quite ok.It's planted in this big jar with a...
    An update- the poor plant is still alive and doing surprisingly well. It got infested in brave greenflies over the summer so started to grow all wonky and wrinkled, but now that the traps are fading away I can see that the actual rosettes look...
    An update- the poor plant is still alive and doing surprisingly well. It got infested in brave greenflies over the summer so started to grow all wonky and wrinkled, but now that the traps are...
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  12. Sian in Belgium

    Care for a prayer plant

    I have a prayer plant. I call it Deuteronomy. I learned not to overwater and not to put it in direct sun.
    I have a prayer plant. I call it Deuteronomy. I learned not to overwater and not to put it in direct sun.
    I have a prayer plant. I call it Deuteronomy. I learned not to overwater and not to put it in direct sun.
    I have a prayer plant. I call it Deuteronomy. I learned not to overwater and not to put it in direct sun.
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  13. Shaneoak

    I've planted Alliums too shallow i think...

    Let us know how you get on, Shane. Nothing is certain in gardening and you get success in areas you don't think you would and losses when you think everything will be fine:wallbanging::gaah::heehee:..........but that's...
    Let us know how you get on, Shane. Nothing is certain in gardening and you get success in areas you don't think you would and losses when you think everything will be fine:wallbanging::gaah::heehee:..........but that's gardening, just enjoy it all.:cat-kittyandsmiley::coffee:
    Let us know how you get on, Shane. Nothing is certain in gardening and you get success in areas you don't think you would and losses when you think everything will be fine:wallbanging::gaah::heehee:..........but that's gardening, just enjoy it all.:cat-kittyandsmiley::coffee:
    Let us know how you get on, Shane. Nothing is certain in gardening and you get success in areas you don't think you would and losses when you think everything will be fine:wallbanging::gaah::heehee:..........but that's...
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  14. Passport1

    Is my House Plant Diseased

    Thanks everyone for all your replies and help and suggestionsI will keep ye postedThanks all
    Thanks everyone for all your replies and help and suggestionsI will keep ye postedThanks all
    Thanks everyone for all your replies and help and suggestionsI will keep ye postedThanks all
    Thanks everyone for all your replies and help and suggestionsI will keep ye postedThanks all
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  15. Dai007

    Name of a Bush

    Thanks sorry for delay in reply. Yes after a few photos taken with the app yes it was a Spruce. This bush is in a large pot and about2/3feet tall incuding pot Thanks all. David.
    Thanks sorry for delay in reply. Yes after a few photos taken with the app yes it was a Spruce. This bush is in a large pot and about2/3feet tall incuding pot Thanks all. David.
    Thanks sorry for delay in reply. Yes after a few photos taken with the app yes it was a Spruce. This bush is in a large pot and about2/3feet tall incuding pot Thanks all. David.
    Thanks sorry for delay in reply. Yes after a few photos taken with the app yes it was a Spruce. This bush is in a large pot and about2/3feet tall incuding pot Thanks all. David.
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  16. Snorky85

    Philadelphus "starbright"

    I’m sure it’ll recover Mike. I like the challenge of restoring it. Its been planted up-old old stalks removed and the newer shoots remain. Fresh compost and super duper seaweed feed will sort it....
    I’m sure it’ll recover Mike. I like the challenge of restoring it. Its been planted up-old old stalks removed and the newer shoots remain. Fresh compost and super duper seaweed feed will sort it. I’ll make sure i clear those leaves away when they drop soon.Let’s see what happens....
    I’m sure it’ll recover Mike. I like the challenge of restoring it. Its been planted up-old old stalks removed and the newer shoots remain. Fresh compost and super duper seaweed feed will sort it. I’ll make sure i clear those leaves away when they...
    I’m sure it’ll recover Mike. I like the challenge of restoring it. Its been planted up-old old stalks removed and the newer shoots remain. Fresh compost and super duper seaweed feed will sort it....
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  17. Nikolaos

    Best Perennial Plants For Butterflies

    @ThePlantAssassin Yep, it certainly is a Red Admiral! Buddleia looks nice and healthy, too! :dbgrtmb:Brimstones, Small Tortoiseshells, Peacocks, Red Admirals, Commas, Painted Ladies and the ubiquitous...
    @ThePlantAssassin Yep, it certainly is a Red Admiral! Buddleia looks nice and healthy, too! :dbgrtmb:Brimstones, Small Tortoiseshells, Peacocks, Red Admirals, Commas, Painted Ladies and the ubiquitous Small Whites in higher numbers on mine this year! (my apologies to any butterflies I may have left...
    @ThePlantAssassin Yep, it certainly is a Red Admiral! Buddleia looks nice and healthy, too! :dbgrtmb:Brimstones, Small Tortoiseshells, Peacocks, Red Admirals, Commas, Painted Ladies and the ubiquitous Small Whites in higher numbers on mine this year!...
    @ThePlantAssassin Yep, it certainly is a Red Admiral! Buddleia looks nice and healthy, too! :dbgrtmb:Brimstones, Small Tortoiseshells, Peacocks, Red Admirals, Commas, Painted Ladies and the ubiquitous...
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  18. Nikolaos

    Verbena bonariensis 'Lollipop', does it come true from seed?

    "Vervain" is also the common name for the genus AFAIK, family name is Verbenaceae. Verbena officinalis is our only native Verbena, but it's common name is Vervain.This is why I try to stick to...
    "Vervain" is also the common name for the genus AFAIK, family name is Verbenaceae. Verbena officinalis is our only native Verbena, but it's common name is Vervain.This is why I try to stick to latin binomials whenever possible @mazambo, common names are confusing and it's very easy to get...
    "Vervain" is also the common name for the genus AFAIK, family name is Verbenaceae. Verbena officinalis is our only native Verbena, but it's common name is Vervain.This is why I try to stick to latin binomials whenever possible @mazambo, common...
    "Vervain" is also the common name for the genus AFAIK, family name is Verbenaceae. Verbena officinalis is our only native Verbena, but it's common name is Vervain.This is why I try to stick to...
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  19. Nikolaos

    Eupatorium cannabinum plugs

    Thanks, I think I get it now, it's like they actually suffer from a complete lack of adversity and restriction. Cruel to be kind sort of thing! Makes sense when I compare it to different plants...
    Thanks, I think I get it now, it's like they actually suffer from a complete lack of adversity and restriction. Cruel to be kind sort of thing! Makes sense when I compare it to different plants competing with one another in the wild, really... :)Nick
    Thanks, I think I get it now, it's like they actually suffer from a complete lack of adversity and restriction. Cruel to be kind sort of thing! Makes sense when I compare it to different plants competing with one another in the wild, really... :)Nick
    Thanks, I think I get it now, it's like they actually suffer from a complete lack of adversity and restriction. Cruel to be kind sort of thing! Makes sense when I compare it to different plants...
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  20. nikirushka

    More coleus varieties

    Hi Ricky 101. Coleus along wih many other plants belong to the Labitae genus, including the common stinging nettle and smooth nettle, the Ajuga and many more. Easily recognised by their squared...
    Hi Ricky 101. Coleus along wih many other plants belong to the Labitae genus, including the common stinging nettle and smooth nettle, the Ajuga and many more. Easily recognised by their squared stems. As far as I am aware, the majoriy are perennial. Yes Coleus, like many other plants can...
    Hi Ricky 101. Coleus along wih many other plants belong to the Labitae genus, including the common stinging nettle and smooth nettle, the Ajuga and many more. Easily recognised by their squared stems. As far as I am aware, the majoriy are...
    Hi Ricky 101. Coleus along wih many other plants belong to the Labitae genus, including the common stinging nettle and smooth nettle, the Ajuga and many more. Easily recognised by their squared...
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  21. nikirushka

    Growing tamarix from cuttings?

    Chances are it would continue to "weep". Having had a quick look round cuttings seem to do well. The RHS say "Propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or hardwood cuttings in winter."
    Chances are it would continue to "weep". Having had a quick look round cuttings seem to do well. The RHS say "Propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or hardwood cuttings in winter."
    Chances are it would continue to "weep". Having had a quick look round cuttings seem to do well. The RHS say "Propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or hardwood cuttings in winter."
    Chances are it would continue to "weep". Having had a quick look round cuttings seem to do well. The RHS say "Propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or hardwood cuttings in winter."
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  22. OzT

    Bird of Paradise outdoors

    I use a combination of a wooden frame work which I cover with blankets on frost nights. I remove the blankets when ever possible, ie. whenever the temperature is above 0 degrees C.I think you...
    I use a combination of a wooden frame work which I cover with blankets on frost nights. I remove the blankets when ever possible, ie. whenever the temperature is above 0 degrees C.I think you might be pushing it a bit to expect flowers in the next couple of years.;)
    I use a combination of a wooden frame work which I cover with blankets on frost nights. I remove the blankets when ever possible, ie. whenever the temperature is above 0 degrees C.I think you might be pushing it a bit to expect flowers in the...
    I use a combination of a wooden frame work which I cover with blankets on frost nights. I remove the blankets when ever possible, ie. whenever the temperature is above 0 degrees C.I think you...
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  23. bill-lancaster

    Pruning Weigela

    I don't usually prune mine. Only will take out stray branching near the base. see if there is any odd branch that rubs another to tight and cut that one out. cut off any that are against the...
    I don't usually prune mine. Only will take out stray branching near the base. see if there is any odd branch that rubs another to tight and cut that one out. cut off any that are against the nice weeping effect. and a quick nip of a few inches about to balance it out. guess that is some...
    I don't usually prune mine. Only will take out stray branching near the base. see if there is any odd branch that rubs another to tight and cut that one out. cut off any that are against the nice weeping effect. and a quick nip of a few...
    I don't usually prune mine. Only will take out stray branching near the base. see if there is any odd branch that rubs another to tight and cut that one out. cut off any that are against the...
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  24. Nikolaos

    Perovskia 'Blue Spire', how many should I plant here?

    Oh dear, as you know I lack any trace of it! :roflol:Thanks for the pruning advice! No, quite a few bees on the perovskia already which is surprising as not many flowers open, but no butterflies on it...
    Oh dear, as you know I lack any trace of it! :roflol:Thanks for the pruning advice! No, quite a few bees on the perovskia already which is surprising as not many flowers open, but no butterflies on it at all and it says on a couple of websites that they're butterfly-friendly! I wonder if my buddleias...
    Oh dear, as you know I lack any trace of it! :roflol:Thanks for the pruning advice! No, quite a few bees on the perovskia already which is surprising as not many flowers open, but no butterflies on it at all and it says on a couple of websites that...
    Oh dear, as you know I lack any trace of it! :roflol:Thanks for the pruning advice! No, quite a few bees on the perovskia already which is surprising as not many flowers open, but no butterflies on it...
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