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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. 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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  5. longk
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    Show us your houseplants in bloom now

    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
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    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
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  6. Sweet-pea66

    Growing Tree lily bulbs

    Thank you Madahhlia amd Silu for your comments, i will leave them in the tubs for the time being and take your advice. My concern was that the lilies seem to be getting big very quickly and i...
    Thank you Madahhlia amd Silu for your comments, i will leave them in the tubs for the time being and take your advice. My concern was that the lilies seem to be getting big very quickly and i wasnt sure whether the tub was big enough to cope with the roots
    Thank you Madahhlia amd Silu for your comments, i will leave them in the tubs for the time being and take your advice. My concern was that the lilies seem to be getting big very quickly and i wasnt sure whether the tub was big enough to cope with...
    Thank you Madahhlia amd Silu for your comments, i will leave them in the tubs for the time being and take your advice. My concern was that the lilies seem to be getting big very quickly and i...
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  7. exlabman

    salvia winter care

    Interesting stuff, thanks. I never plant stuff in the ground (to stay) in their first year. Somehow I consider they're not big enough! OK I've got greenhouses (sounds posh but one old heated lean...
    Interesting stuff, thanks. I never plant stuff in the ground (to stay) in their first year. Somehow I consider they're not big enough! OK I've got greenhouses (sounds posh but one old heated lean to conservatory and a fifty year old cold green house with the odd plastic sheet replacing glass as...
    Interesting stuff, thanks. I never plant stuff in the ground (to stay) in their first year. Somehow I consider they're not big enough! OK I've got greenhouses (sounds posh but one old heated lean to conservatory and a fifty year old cold green...
    Interesting stuff, thanks. I never plant stuff in the ground (to stay) in their first year. Somehow I consider they're not big enough! OK I've got greenhouses (sounds posh but one old heated lean...
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  8. Tracy Buckingham

    Laurels are not growing very well

    Quite a number of hedge plants fit into that category - probably anything that will be "quick" providing a hedge - it carries on "being quick" so then needs a lot of maintenance to stop if getting...
    Quite a number of hedge plants fit into that category - probably anything that will be "quick" providing a hedge - it carries on "being quick" so then needs a lot of maintenance to stop if getting out of hand. Leylandii takes the biscuit in that category :)Laurel is, additionally, a wide hedge...
    Quite a number of hedge plants fit into that category - probably anything that will be "quick" providing a hedge - it carries on "being quick" so then needs a lot of maintenance to stop if getting out of hand. Leylandii takes the biscuit in that...
    Quite a number of hedge plants fit into that category - probably anything that will be "quick" providing a hedge - it carries on "being quick" so then needs a lot of maintenance to stop if getting...
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  9. longk
    Locked

    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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  10. Markymark

    Sambucus Nigeria black beauty pruning

    Well i have given it a cut back and am just gonna leave it now for the rest of the year. Hopefully I will see significantly more flowers next year...watch this space! Thanks for all the advice...
    Well i have given it a cut back and am just gonna leave it now for the rest of the year. Hopefully I will see significantly more flowers next year...watch this space! Thanks for all the advice...
    Well i have given it a cut back and am just gonna leave it now for the rest of the year. Hopefully I will see significantly more flowers next year...watch this space! Thanks for all the advice...
    Well i have given it a cut back and am just gonna leave it now for the rest of the year. Hopefully I will see significantly more flowers next year...watch this space! Thanks for all the advice...
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  11. sal73

    Schlumbergera

    It'll be a while before they're ready! When I say slowly, I mean slowly!!!
    It'll be a while before they're ready! When I say slowly, I mean slowly!!!
    It'll be a while before they're ready! When I say slowly, I mean slowly!!!
    It'll be a while before they're ready! When I say slowly, I mean slowly!!!
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  12. Fat Controller

    Cheese plant question

    Thanks Daisees - I'll chop them off over the weekend.
    Thanks Daisees - I'll chop them off over the weekend.
    Thanks Daisees - I'll chop them off over the weekend.
    Thanks Daisees - I'll chop them off over the weekend.
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  13. hans

    Moss

    The bar attachment works very well it is so much stronger than the electric scarifier. The mower collects the grass in a collector at the back it does grass very well. When the bar attachment is...
    The bar attachment works very well it is so much stronger than the electric scarifier. The mower collects the grass in a collector at the back it does grass very well. When the bar attachment is on it collects nothing just leaves it on the lawn due to being set much higher and slightly narrower...
    The bar attachment works very well it is so much stronger than the electric scarifier. The mower collects the grass in a collector at the back it does grass very well. When the bar attachment is on it collects nothing just leaves it on the lawn...
    The bar attachment works very well it is so much stronger than the electric scarifier. The mower collects the grass in a collector at the back it does grass very well. When the bar attachment is...
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  14. silu

    Hardiest Evergreen Ceanothus suggestions please.

    Dunno if it would be tall enough, but I have a Ceanothus Victoria. Its in a fairly open spot (not against hedge or wall) and has been unphased by the last few Winters where we have had nights of...
    Dunno if it would be tall enough, but I have a Ceanothus Victoria. Its in a fairly open spot (not against hedge or wall) and has been unphased by the last few Winters where we have had nights of -10C - -16C :( Just looked on BBC site and it says 120CM tall. Mine's been in since March 2008 and...
    Dunno if it would be tall enough, but I have a Ceanothus Victoria. Its in a fairly open spot (not against hedge or wall) and has been unphased by the last few Winters where we have had nights of -10C - -16C :( Just looked on BBC site and it...
    Dunno if it would be tall enough, but I have a Ceanothus Victoria. Its in a fairly open spot (not against hedge or wall) and has been unphased by the last few Winters where we have had nights of...
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  15. Bilbo675

    Erythrina Crista-galli

    More of the same, I hope.;)
    More of the same, I hope.;)
    More of the same, I hope.;)
    More of the same, I hope.;)
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  16. ennnceee

    Thunbergia (BES) more than one year?

    I agree with you Harry they are touch tender - best treated as an annual as the new plants are always better than the saved thunbergia plants. However if grown in a pot they do need to be...
    I agree with you Harry they are touch tender - best treated as an annual as the new plants are always better than the saved thunbergia plants. However if grown in a pot they do need to be overwintered indoors. A friend grew them up a trellis and did cut them back, covered them overwinter and...
    I agree with you Harry they are touch tender - best treated as an annual as the new plants are always better than the saved thunbergia plants. However if grown in a pot they do need to be overwintered indoors. A friend grew them up a trellis and...
    I agree with you Harry they are touch tender - best treated as an annual as the new plants are always better than the saved thunbergia plants. However if grown in a pot they do need to be...
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  17. rich255

    Laurel problems HELP

    I'll be getting a reputation as 'chemical happy':sad: but for non-edibles, systemics can be a quick and effective solution. Where possible, I'd use them as a soil drench.
    I'll be getting a reputation as 'chemical happy':sad: but for non-edibles, systemics can be a quick and effective solution. Where possible, I'd use them as a soil drench.
    I'll be getting a reputation as 'chemical happy':sad: but for non-edibles, systemics can be a quick and effective solution. Where possible, I'd use them as a soil drench.
    I'll be getting a reputation as 'chemical happy':sad: but for non-edibles, systemics can be a quick and effective solution. Where possible, I'd use them as a soil drench.
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  18. sal73

    Lotus Berthelotii

    I've never seen seed offered and I've looked.
    I've never seen seed offered and I've looked.
    I've never seen seed offered and I've looked.
    I've never seen seed offered and I've looked.
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  19. longk
    Like x 11

    Show Us Your Houseplants In Bloom 2018

    Christmas Cactus
    Christmas Cactus
    Christmas Cactus
    Christmas Cactus
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  20. Spruce

    Kniphofia (red hot poker)

    I was only guessing, but they had a very South African look about them.I think agapanthus are from there too ( could be wrong) and also kaffir lillies, although the latter don’t do well in my dry...
    I was only guessing, but they had a very South African look about them.I think agapanthus are from there too ( could be wrong) and also kaffir lillies, although the latter don’t do well in my dry sandy garden either.
    I was only guessing, but they had a very South African look about them.I think agapanthus are from there too ( could be wrong) and also kaffir lillies, although the latter don’t do well in my dry sandy garden either.
    I was only guessing, but they had a very South African look about them.I think agapanthus are from there too ( could be wrong) and also kaffir lillies, although the latter don’t do well in my dry...
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  21. Mamashoe

    Can Phormium Jester be cut completely back?

    Thanks noisette47. That may be part of the problem. My Phormium is in a very dry area and I tend not to water that area very often as it is in the "well established area" I will, however, do so...
    Thanks noisette47. That may be part of the problem. My Phormium is in a very dry area and I tend not to water that area very often as it is in the "well established area" I will, however, do so from now on. Fortunately, where I'm going to plant the other piece is more moist. Thanks for the tips.
    Thanks noisette47. That may be part of the problem. My Phormium is in a very dry area and I tend not to water that area very often as it is in the "well established area" I will, however, do so from now on. Fortunately, where I'm going to plant...
    Thanks noisette47. That may be part of the problem. My Phormium is in a very dry area and I tend not to water that area very often as it is in the "well established area" I will, however, do so...
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  22. carlh2269

    leylandii hedge

    Leylandii is a real problem. As Kirsten said many Leylandii are being hit with disease now and then they look horrible. It is a "scary" plant for any neighbour to see. It's. Growth rate is...
    Leylandii is a real problem. As Kirsten said many Leylandii are being hit with disease now and then they look horrible. It is a "scary" plant for any neighbour to see. It's. Growth rate is phenomenal. Carlh2269 why dont you surprise your unpleasant neighbour by cutting your hedge just below...
    Leylandii is a real problem. As Kirsten said many Leylandii are being hit with disease now and then they look horrible. It is a "scary" plant for any neighbour to see. It's. Growth rate is phenomenal. Carlh2269 why dont you surprise your...
    Leylandii is a real problem. As Kirsten said many Leylandii are being hit with disease now and then they look horrible. It is a "scary" plant for any neighbour to see. It's. Growth rate is...
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  23. Verdun

    Variegated plants/coloured leaved plants...love em or hate em?

    What about Taxus standishii? During winter it is olive green turnng bright yellow in early spring with red berries. Tall and imposing. I grow Taxus Coppershine too. This has green/white leaves...
    What about Taxus standishii? During winter it is olive green turnng bright yellow in early spring with red berries. Tall and imposing. I grow Taxus Coppershine too. This has green/white leaves in mid winter that become a coppery orange colour in spring/early summer.....really eye...
    What about Taxus standishii? During winter it is olive green turnng bright yellow in early spring with red berries. Tall and imposing. I grow Taxus Coppershine too. This has green/white leaves in mid winter that become a coppery orange colour...
    What about Taxus standishii? During winter it is olive green turnng bright yellow in early spring with red berries. Tall and imposing. I grow Taxus Coppershine too. This has green/white leaves...
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  24. Jane Kirk

    Drooping money tree plant

    Thank you . I will try that . Time for a coffee
    Thank you . I will try that . Time for a coffee
    Thank you . I will try that . Time for a coffee
    Thank you . I will try that . Time for a coffee
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