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  2. shiney
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    SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2021

    Sometimes mine flower in January or February
    Sometimes mine flower in January or February
    Sometimes mine flower in January or February
    Sometimes mine flower in January or February
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  3. 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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  5. Shaneoak

    Latest you can plant Crocus?

    The likes of the discount stores do tend to sell bulbs cheaper than a G/C, they have a bigger buying power than an independent G/C.What you tend to notice with a G/C is the bulbs tend to be...
    The likes of the discount stores do tend to sell bulbs cheaper than a G/C, they have a bigger buying power than an independent G/C.What you tend to notice with a G/C is the bulbs tend to be larger. If I was to stock the same bulbs you could purchase in the likes of the pound shops or discount...
    The likes of the discount stores do tend to sell bulbs cheaper than a G/C, they have a bigger buying power than an independent G/C.What you tend to notice with a G/C is the bulbs tend to be larger. If I was to stock the same bulbs you could...
    The likes of the discount stores do tend to sell bulbs cheaper than a G/C, they have a bigger buying power than an independent G/C.What you tend to notice with a G/C is the bulbs tend to be...
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  6. Victoria
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    Begonia 'Argenteo-guttata'

    We went to friends yesterday and this is their Begonia 'Argenteo-guttata', Angel Wing Begonia, which was a cutting of mine from last Summer. This is it's second blooming. The lower stems are...
    We went to friends yesterday and this is their Begonia 'Argenteo-guttata', Angel Wing Begonia, which was a cutting of mine from last Summer. This is it's second blooming. The lower stems are already cuttings of the original. It lives on their balcony.This is the mother plant who has lived...
    We went to friends yesterday and this is their Begonia 'Argenteo-guttata', Angel Wing Begonia, which was a cutting of mine from last Summer. This is it's second blooming. The lower stems are already cuttings of the original. It lives on their...
    We went to friends yesterday and this is their Begonia 'Argenteo-guttata', Angel Wing Begonia, which was a cutting of mine from last Summer. This is it's second blooming. The lower stems are...
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  7. groundbeetle

    Geranium yoshinoi

    I had a hunt round and found a plant labelled as G yoshinoi in a pot. It had finished flowering a while ago and needs a bit of TLC. However it appears to be low growing with leaves unlike Yeo's...
    I had a hunt round and found a plant labelled as G yoshinoi in a pot. It had finished flowering a while ago and needs a bit of TLC. However it appears to be low growing with leaves unlike Yeo's description and your photos. It actually looks quite like the description given for the seeds I...
    I had a hunt round and found a plant labelled as G yoshinoi in a pot. It had finished flowering a while ago and needs a bit of TLC. However it appears to be low growing with leaves unlike Yeo's description and your photos. It actually looks quite...
    I had a hunt round and found a plant labelled as G yoshinoi in a pot. It had finished flowering a while ago and needs a bit of TLC. However it appears to be low growing with leaves unlike Yeo's...
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  8. Bambino129

    New privet hedge plants

    Possibly a bit late this year, but I would spray with a systemic insecticide. It might stop re-infestation next year.Have a close look at the shoots, the kind of scale insect I'm thinking of is...
    Possibly a bit late this year, but I would spray with a systemic insecticide. It might stop re-infestation next year.Have a close look at the shoots, the kind of scale insect I'm thinking of is like sticky yellow blobs that you can wipe off the stems. Tried to take a picture of one of my...
    Possibly a bit late this year, but I would spray with a systemic insecticide. It might stop re-infestation next year.Have a close look at the shoots, the kind of scale insect I'm thinking of is like sticky yellow blobs that you can wipe off the...
    Possibly a bit late this year, but I would spray with a systemic insecticide. It might stop re-infestation next year.Have a close look at the shoots, the kind of scale insect I'm thinking of is...
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  9. CanadianLori

    Primrose is blooming and is this right?

    Thank you for your responses. I am glad that it is mother nature playing with me and not reacting to me!
    Thank you for your responses. I am glad that it is mother nature playing with me and not reacting to me!
    Thank you for your responses. I am glad that it is mother nature playing with me and not reacting to me!
    Thank you for your responses. I am glad that it is mother nature playing with me and not reacting to me!
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  10. Barders

    last legs or new hope?

    Thank you for the ideas @Michael HewettWe currently live in a rental place and most of the double glazing on the windows is shot, so they aren't as warm as the kitchen window where the Orchid...
    Thank you for the ideas @Michael HewettWe currently live in a rental place and most of the double glazing on the windows is shot, so they aren't as warm as the kitchen window where the Orchid is, so it would be nice to have some plants that don't mind being a bit chilly and bring in some...
    Thank you for the ideas @Michael HewettWe currently live in a rental place and most of the double glazing on the windows is shot, so they aren't as warm as the kitchen window where the Orchid is, so it would be nice to have some plants that...
    Thank you for the ideas @Michael HewettWe currently live in a rental place and most of the double glazing on the windows is shot, so they aren't as warm as the kitchen window where the Orchid...
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  11. Lem
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    Tradescantia Zebrina Fast Growing Plant [ Lovely Colour ]

    I have these as well, but I'm going to bring them into a shelter for the winter.I've also got T. zebrina in a hanging pot, and it has been in the sun , and another one I don't know the name of...
    I have these as well, but I'm going to bring them into a shelter for the winter.I've also got T. zebrina in a hanging pot, and it has been in the sun , and another one I don't know the name of but no photo, they can root into the next pot if you're not careful.
    I have these as well, but I'm going to bring them into a shelter for the winter.I've also got T. zebrina in a hanging pot, and it has been in the sun , and another one I don't know the name of but no photo, they can root into the next pot if...
    I have these as well, but I'm going to bring them into a shelter for the winter.I've also got T. zebrina in a hanging pot, and it has been in the sun , and another one I don't know the name of...
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  12. sandhun

    Is any action required for this Monstera Deliciosa?

    I think you have more than one plant in that pot,looks like 3 or 4 to me. They sell them like that to make them appear more busy.
    I think you have more than one plant in that pot,looks like 3 or 4 to me. They sell them like that to make them appear more busy.
    I think you have more than one plant in that pot,looks like 3 or 4 to me. They sell them like that to make them appear more busy.
    I think you have more than one plant in that pot,looks like 3 or 4 to me. They sell them like that to make them appear more busy.
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  13. groundbeetle

    How to care for carnivorous plants in winter?

    Mine don't get watered over winter and in the cold greenhouse they slowly dry out. As you say you are in a mild area I'd leave them outside in a sheltered spot.
    Mine don't get watered over winter and in the cold greenhouse they slowly dry out. As you say you are in a mild area I'd leave them outside in a sheltered spot.
    Mine don't get watered over winter and in the cold greenhouse they slowly dry out. As you say you are in a mild area I'd leave them outside in a sheltered spot.
    Mine don't get watered over winter and in the cold greenhouse they slowly dry out. As you say you are in a mild area I'd leave them outside in a sheltered spot.
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  14. beanybob

    Crispy fern

    Looks like a Pellaea rotundifolia These can take a dry period better than most other ferns. So it may be salvageable.Give it a good soak, keep slightly damp, and it will hopefully come back.
    Looks like a Pellaea rotundifolia These can take a dry period better than most other ferns. So it may be salvageable.Give it a good soak, keep slightly damp, and it will hopefully come back.
    Looks like a Pellaea rotundifolia These can take a dry period better than most other ferns. So it may be salvageable.Give it a good soak, keep slightly damp, and it will hopefully come back.
    Looks like a Pellaea rotundifolia These can take a dry period better than most other ferns. So it may be salvageable.Give it a good soak, keep slightly damp, and it will hopefully come back.
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  15. Shaneoak

    Frost protection

    Thank you. I was thinking because they’re young they may need fleece . The hollyhocks are not in pots , but still in the ground and a good foot high now . Ok, I’ll put the potted plants near a...
    Thank you. I was thinking because they’re young they may need fleece . The hollyhocks are not in pots , but still in the ground and a good foot high now . Ok, I’ll put the potted plants near a sheltered wall. Thanks people
    Thank you. I was thinking because they’re young they may need fleece . The hollyhocks are not in pots , but still in the ground and a good foot high now . Ok, I’ll put the potted plants near a sheltered wall. Thanks people
    Thank you. I was thinking because they’re young they may need fleece . The hollyhocks are not in pots , but still in the ground and a good foot high now . Ok, I’ll put the potted plants near a...
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  16. NAlberto

    Looking for advice on what to do to this plant/"tree"

    Unfortunately this happens quite often. When a tree or large shrub is being planted, note should be taken of it's eventual height and spread, including root spread if possible. It's much to close...
    Unfortunately this happens quite often. When a tree or large shrub is being planted, note should be taken of it's eventual height and spread, including root spread if possible. It's much to close to the fence.
    Unfortunately this happens quite often. When a tree or large shrub is being planted, note should be taken of it's eventual height and spread, including root spread if possible. It's much to close to the fence.
    Unfortunately this happens quite often. When a tree or large shrub is being planted, note should be taken of it's eventual height and spread, including root spread if possible. It's much to close...
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  17. Jowo

    Rhody flowers

    Hi Nigel, Thanks for your reply. Yes I think next summer a mulch will be in order. I'm thinking we may have moved them into an area that's too dry. We'll see. Thanks again
    Hi Nigel, Thanks for your reply. Yes I think next summer a mulch will be in order. I'm thinking we may have moved them into an area that's too dry. We'll see. Thanks again
    Hi Nigel, Thanks for your reply. Yes I think next summer a mulch will be in order. I'm thinking we may have moved them into an area that's too dry. We'll see. Thanks again
    Hi Nigel, Thanks for your reply. Yes I think next summer a mulch will be in order. I'm thinking we may have moved them into an area that's too dry. We'll see. Thanks again
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  18. Nikolaos

    Expensive Echinacea!

    They look brilliant Roders! :dbgrtmb:Thanks for the info on Tortworth Plants @Perki, they sound great. I've bought a few PBR plants over the years but they were only slightly more expensive than their...
    They look brilliant Roders! :dbgrtmb:Thanks for the info on Tortworth Plants @Perki, they sound great. I've bought a few PBR plants over the years but they were only slightly more expensive than their non-PBR counterparts, nothing like these echinaceas! :dunno:£6.66 - The Number of the Beast, sounds like...
    They look brilliant Roders! :dbgrtmb:Thanks for the info on Tortworth Plants @Perki, they sound great. I've bought a few PBR plants over the years but they were only slightly more expensive than their non-PBR counterparts, nothing like these echinaceas!...
    They look brilliant Roders! :dbgrtmb:Thanks for the info on Tortworth Plants @Perki, they sound great. I've bought a few PBR plants over the years but they were only slightly more expensive than their...
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  19. Kevin Cowans

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  20. Gizmo

    Lost all flowers.

    I always use rain water when possible as the water here is chalky.I don't bother about anything microscopic in the water, it's all part of the natural world as far as I'm concerned.
    I always use rain water when possible as the water here is chalky.I don't bother about anything microscopic in the water, it's all part of the natural world as far as I'm concerned.
    I always use rain water when possible as the water here is chalky.I don't bother about anything microscopic in the water, it's all part of the natural world as far as I'm concerned.
    I always use rain water when possible as the water here is chalky.I don't bother about anything microscopic in the water, it's all part of the natural world as far as I'm concerned.
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  21. Nikolaos

    Matricaria discoidea (Pineappleweed)

    Round here, it grows along every street and creeps into front and back gardens.
    Round here, it grows along every street and creeps into front and back gardens.
    Round here, it grows along every street and creeps into front and back gardens.
    Round here, it grows along every street and creeps into front and back gardens.
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  22. Shaneoak

    Holes and eaten away leaves on Hollyhocks

    I discovered whst was causing the floppy yellow leaves. The heat! Is this common in transplants?
    I discovered whst was causing the floppy yellow leaves. The heat! Is this common in transplants?
    I discovered whst was causing the floppy yellow leaves. The heat! Is this common in transplants?
    I discovered whst was causing the floppy yellow leaves. The heat! Is this common in transplants?
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  23. Kevin Cowans

    Can Ribes sanguineum 'King Edward VII' be Coppiced

    I'd say immediately after flowering is best. But you should still be ok for flowers next year.
    I'd say immediately after flowering is best. But you should still be ok for flowers next year.
    I'd say immediately after flowering is best. But you should still be ok for flowers next year.
    I'd say immediately after flowering is best. But you should still be ok for flowers next year.
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  24. ACNorth

    Recommendations of plants that grow tall but are spindly/flimsy please

    Agastache grows tall and flimsy, though I never had a problem with it falling over even without staking, looks pretty and attracts bees like crazy.
    Agastache grows tall and flimsy, though I never had a problem with it falling over even without staking, looks pretty and attracts bees like crazy.
    Agastache grows tall and flimsy, though I never had a problem with it falling over even without staking, looks pretty and attracts bees like crazy.
    Agastache grows tall and flimsy, though I never had a problem with it falling over even without staking, looks pretty and attracts bees like crazy.
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