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

    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
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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. LEricG

    Hardy Cyclamen failures

    I agree with Caroline:love30: Soft bulbs or corms are not a good sign that it is healthy.:dunno:
    I agree with Caroline:love30: Soft bulbs or corms are not a good sign that it is healthy.:dunno:
    I agree with Caroline:love30: Soft bulbs or corms are not a good sign that it is healthy.:dunno:
    I agree with Caroline:love30: Soft bulbs or corms are not a good sign that it is healthy.:dunno:
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  6. Appleblossom31

    Clemetis problem?? Dalhia ID

    The Dahlia is the Cactus type but the exact variety its hard to say as there are so many. We often grow the Single dwarf types which only get to about 40-50cm high but have masses of flowers...
    The Dahlia is the Cactus type but the exact variety its hard to say as there are so many. We often grow the Single dwarf types which only get to about 40-50cm high but have masses of flowers which bees love.If the large Clematis is a Montana is main flowering flush is in Spring but as @JR...
    The Dahlia is the Cactus type but the exact variety its hard to say as there are so many. We often grow the Single dwarf types which only get to about 40-50cm high but have masses of flowers which bees love.If the large Clematis is a Montana...
    The Dahlia is the Cactus type but the exact variety its hard to say as there are so many. We often grow the Single dwarf types which only get to about 40-50cm high but have masses of flowers...
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  7. strongylodon
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    Show Us Your Houseplants in Bloom now 2020.

    Frangipani still has some flowers.So does the dark flowered Justica (from Nairobi), unlike the common shrimp plant it's flowers stay upright.Bougie.
    Frangipani still has some flowers.So does the dark flowered Justica (from Nairobi), unlike the common shrimp plant it's flowers stay upright.Bougie.
    Frangipani still has some flowers.So does the dark flowered Justica (from Nairobi), unlike the common shrimp plant it's flowers stay upright.Bougie.
    Frangipani still has some flowers.So does the dark flowered Justica (from Nairobi), unlike the common shrimp plant it's flowers stay upright.Bougie.
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  8. Selleri

    Dendrobium worries

    Thanks @Mike Allen ! The situation hasn't changed and the leaf loss has been gradual. I think you might have hit the nail with watering, it does dry out quite quickly and I may have been keeping...
    Thanks @Mike Allen ! The situation hasn't changed and the leaf loss has been gradual. I think you might have hit the nail with watering, it does dry out quite quickly and I may have been keeping it too dry. I'll keep a closer eye on the watering now. Thanks :)
    Thanks @Mike Allen ! The situation hasn't changed and the leaf loss has been gradual. I think you might have hit the nail with watering, it does dry out quite quickly and I may have been keeping it too dry. I'll keep a closer eye on the watering...
    Thanks @Mike Allen ! The situation hasn't changed and the leaf loss has been gradual. I think you might have hit the nail with watering, it does dry out quite quickly and I may have been keeping...
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  9. Victoria
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    Marijuana

    Is that fencing electrified? :th scifD36:
    Is that fencing electrified? :th scifD36:
    Is that fencing electrified? :th scifD36:
    Is that fencing electrified? :th scifD36:
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  10. barryman

    What do I do now ????

    Thank you very much. Just looked up Yucca Elephantipes and yes, it certainly is that. So now I'll wait a few months to see if anything shoots from original stem otherwise I'll follow your advice...
    Thank you very much. Just looked up Yucca Elephantipes and yes, it certainly is that. So now I'll wait a few months to see if anything shoots from original stem otherwise I'll follow your advice and cut new shoot if it has it's own root system.Thanks again for your advice.
    Thank you very much. Just looked up Yucca Elephantipes and yes, it certainly is that. So now I'll wait a few months to see if anything shoots from original stem otherwise I'll follow your advice and cut new shoot if it has it's own root...
    Thank you very much. Just looked up Yucca Elephantipes and yes, it certainly is that. So now I'll wait a few months to see if anything shoots from original stem otherwise I'll follow your advice...
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  11. Nikolaos

    What soil to plant my marjoram in

    @Sian in Belgium Thanks very much for that, Sian! :) I think I'll dig down deep and perforate the planting hole with a fork rather than planting on a mound. I'll also add plenty of grit.Nick
    @Sian in Belgium Thanks very much for that, Sian! :) I think I'll dig down deep and perforate the planting hole with a fork rather than planting on a mound. I'll also add plenty of grit.Nick
    @Sian in Belgium Thanks very much for that, Sian! :) I think I'll dig down deep and perforate the planting hole with a fork rather than planting on a mound. I'll also add plenty of grit.Nick
    @Sian in Belgium Thanks very much for that, Sian! :) I think I'll dig down deep and perforate the planting hole with a fork rather than planting on a mound. I'll also add plenty of grit.Nick
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  12. Gloucester Gardener

    Multi-headed sunflower

    I'd reckon quite possibly yes! .. Next year you can report back to let us know ;)
    I'd reckon quite possibly yes! .. Next year you can report back to let us know ;)
    I'd reckon quite possibly yes! .. Next year you can report back to let us know ;)
    I'd reckon quite possibly yes! .. Next year you can report back to let us know ;)
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  13. Shaneoak

    Desperate to grow double hollyhocks!

    Thank you i'll give these a shot
    Thank you i'll give these a shot
    Thank you i'll give these a shot
    Thank you i'll give these a shot
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  14. Kevin Cowans

    Clematis with only one Main Stem

    Hello @Black OrchidThanks for the reply.When I had the Garden planted in September 2019 I was told to basically plant the Clematis at double the depth of the pot, which was done, hopefully...
    Hello @Black OrchidThanks for the reply.When I had the Garden planted in September 2019 I was told to basically plant the Clematis at double the depth of the pot, which was done, hopefully that will help.I seem to be having some teething issues with two of the five Clematis at the moment...
    Hello @Black OrchidThanks for the reply.When I had the Garden planted in September 2019 I was told to basically plant the Clematis at double the depth of the pot, which was done, hopefully that will help.I seem to be having some teething...
    Hello @Black OrchidThanks for the reply.When I had the Garden planted in September 2019 I was told to basically plant the Clematis at double the depth of the pot, which was done, hopefully...
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  15. Peter Piper

    Dahlia Buds.

    Hi,Normally a sticky residue would mean Aphids, particularly Blackfly, but usually they will be clearly visible, unless the ladybirds or birds have already eaten them all ?If there is no sign...
    Hi,Normally a sticky residue would mean Aphids, particularly Blackfly, but usually they will be clearly visible, unless the ladybirds or birds have already eaten them all ?If there is no sign of the creature , then Slugs and Snails are the other common pest, again more often noticed by holes...
    Hi,Normally a sticky residue would mean Aphids, particularly Blackfly, but usually they will be clearly visible, unless the ladybirds or birds have already eaten them all ?If there is no sign of the creature , then Slugs and Snails are the...
    Hi,Normally a sticky residue would mean Aphids, particularly Blackfly, but usually they will be clearly visible, unless the ladybirds or birds have already eaten them all ?If there is no sign...
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  16. buddleia64

    Chinese Lanterns

    Mine are in various pots too, some I have sunk into the ground. I do feed very occasionally but tend to forget a lot too. :sad:They're just coming into bloom now.
    Mine are in various pots too, some I have sunk into the ground. I do feed very occasionally but tend to forget a lot too. :sad:They're just coming into bloom now.
    Mine are in various pots too, some I have sunk into the ground. I do feed very occasionally but tend to forget a lot too. :sad:They're just coming into bloom now.
    Mine are in various pots too, some I have sunk into the ground. I do feed very occasionally but tend to forget a lot too. :sad:They're just coming into bloom now.
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  17. Shaneoak

    Asiatic and Tree lillies round semi circle bites on leaves

    Thank you. I thought i'd got rid off all those pesky things! I normally spot them because of there bright orange shells. Thanks
    Thank you. I thought i'd got rid off all those pesky things! I normally spot them because of there bright orange shells. Thanks
    Thank you. I thought i'd got rid off all those pesky things! I normally spot them because of there bright orange shells. Thanks
    Thank you. I thought i'd got rid off all those pesky things! I normally spot them because of there bright orange shells. Thanks
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  18. livvielou

    Clematis problem

    Hi livvielou, well, I do see one problem with the Clematis, but it does look like the plant has coped with it, and that is it is planted very close to the brick wall putting it in the rain shadow...
    Hi livvielou, well, I do see one problem with the Clematis, but it does look like the plant has coped with it, and that is it is planted very close to the brick wall putting it in the rain shadow where it can be dry and, of course, Clematis like their roots damp and cool.Thanks for that last...
    Hi livvielou, well, I do see one problem with the Clematis, but it does look like the plant has coped with it, and that is it is planted very close to the brick wall putting it in the rain shadow where it can be dry and, of course, Clematis like...
    Hi livvielou, well, I do see one problem with the Clematis, but it does look like the plant has coped with it, and that is it is planted very close to the brick wall putting it in the rain shadow...
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  19. Tony81

    Any idea what’s happening to my plants??

    Hi, I have some shrubs in a raised flower bed that have been planted for the last 3 years and they are starting to die... The yellow Berbaris is dropping leaves after they’ve turned brown...
    Hi, I have some shrubs in a raised flower bed that have been planted for the last 3 years and they are starting to die... The yellow Berbaris is dropping leaves after they’ve turned brown and spotty and my Hebe’s have always been brown on the inside however they too have started to...
    Hi, I have some shrubs in a raised flower bed that have been planted for the last 3 years and they are starting to die... The yellow Berbaris is dropping leaves after they’ve turned brown and spotty and my Hebe’s have always been brown on...
    Hi, I have some shrubs in a raised flower bed that have been planted for the last 3 years and they are starting to die... The yellow Berbaris is dropping leaves after they’ve turned brown...
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  20. DaveMK

    I've "pruned" my Viburnum Snowball bush -eek!

    Last year after years of neglect I pruned all my Philadelphus Aureus and Virginal with some success. This year I've also been able to successfully cut back an old Viburnum Bodnantense from a saggy...
    Last year after years of neglect I pruned all my Philadelphus Aureus and Virginal with some success. This year I've also been able to successfully cut back an old Viburnum Bodnantense from a saggy mess to all young upright stems, and a couple of Weigela Florida Variegata also. All the shrubs,...
    Last year after years of neglect I pruned all my Philadelphus Aureus and Virginal with some success. This year I've also been able to successfully cut back an old Viburnum Bodnantense from a saggy mess to all young upright stems, and a couple of...
    Last year after years of neglect I pruned all my Philadelphus Aureus and Virginal with some success. This year I've also been able to successfully cut back an old Viburnum Bodnantense from a saggy...
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  21. Kevin Cowans

    Help required with Collapsed Hydrangea

    No problem. Have a safe summer!
    No problem. Have a safe summer!
    No problem. Have a safe summer!
    No problem. Have a safe summer!
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  22. Kevin Cowans

    Phormium Flower Spike

    Hello @peteThanks for the reply.I was leaning more towards pruning it to the base, especially since the plant is only relatively young, as you say, more energy to the plant then.ThanksKevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply.I was leaning more towards pruning it to the base, especially since the plant is only relatively young, as you say, more energy to the plant then.ThanksKevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply.I was leaning more towards pruning it to the base, especially since the plant is only relatively young, as you say, more energy to the plant then.ThanksKevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply.I was leaning more towards pruning it to the base, especially since the plant is only relatively young, as you say, more energy to the plant then.ThanksKevin
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  23. Islander77

    Tree Lupins; in containers or?

    My sincere thanks to the kind person who sent me tree lupin seeds last year; I had been aiming to grow one as I had to leave a beauty at a rental!.I sowed several of them early this year; good...
    My sincere thanks to the kind person who sent me tree lupin seeds last year; I had been aiming to grow one as I had to leave a beauty at a rental!.I sowed several of them early this year; good germination and some promising young plants. Then today I realised there is a bigger one hiding in a...
    My sincere thanks to the kind person who sent me tree lupin seeds last year; I had been aiming to grow one as I had to leave a beauty at a rental!.I sowed several of them early this year; good germination and some promising young plants. Then...
    My sincere thanks to the kind person who sent me tree lupin seeds last year; I had been aiming to grow one as I had to leave a beauty at a rental!.I sowed several of them early this year; good...
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  24. Wdyl

    Salix bush... invasive roots?

    Wdyl, it has been grafted so as it can be kept under control. If you grow the cutting on I would suggest you keep it in a pot.
    Wdyl, it has been grafted so as it can be kept under control. If you grow the cutting on I would suggest you keep it in a pot.
    Wdyl, it has been grafted so as it can be kept under control. If you grow the cutting on I would suggest you keep it in a pot.
    Wdyl, it has been grafted so as it can be kept under control. If you grow the cutting on I would suggest you keep it in a pot.
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