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  1. miraflores
    Like x 5

    lavender

    There is a picture I still regret not taking as I was roaming around the very north tip of Washington State on the Pacific coast side. It was a field of lavender. I saw it from the road down a...
    There is a picture I still regret not taking as I was roaming around the very north tip of Washington State on the Pacific coast side. It was a field of lavender. I saw it from the road down a path and should have turned in. Seemed that in this area lavender does really well.
    There is a picture I still regret not taking as I was roaming around the very north tip of Washington State on the Pacific coast side. It was a field of lavender. I saw it from the road down a path and should have turned in. Seemed that in...
    There is a picture I still regret not taking as I was roaming around the very north tip of Washington State on the Pacific coast side. It was a field of lavender. I saw it from the road down a...
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  2. Spruce

    Miniature Hosta (formerly dwarf)

    "Mini Hosta" vs. "Dwarf Hosta" - What's the difference?In 2011, the American Hosta Society standarized the qualifications for mini hostas, effectively eliminating the term "dwarf hosta" as...
    "Mini Hosta" vs. "Dwarf Hosta" - What's the difference?In 2011, the American Hosta Society standarized the qualifications for mini hostas, effectively eliminating the term "dwarf hosta" as correct terminology. The AHS recognizes mini hostas by leaf size (the leaf must be smaller than 6 square...
    "Mini Hosta" vs. "Dwarf Hosta" - What's the difference?In 2011, the American Hosta Society standarized the qualifications for mini hostas, effectively eliminating the term "dwarf hosta" as correct terminology. The AHS recognizes mini hostas by...
    "Mini Hosta" vs. "Dwarf Hosta" - What's the difference?In 2011, the American Hosta Society standarized the qualifications for mini hostas, effectively eliminating the term "dwarf hosta" as...
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  3. justracing

    Rudbeckia - young plants

    I split up some big daisies, Leucanthemum, today and replanted them but the tops had already died off. Just a bit nervous about moving stuff whilst still flowering- just!
    I split up some big daisies, Leucanthemum, today and replanted them but the tops had already died off. Just a bit nervous about moving stuff whilst still flowering- just!
    I split up some big daisies, Leucanthemum, today and replanted them but the tops had already died off. Just a bit nervous about moving stuff whilst still flowering- just!
    I split up some big daisies, Leucanthemum, today and replanted them but the tops had already died off. Just a bit nervous about moving stuff whilst still flowering- just!
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  4. miraflores

    Vigna caracalla

    I've been growing this for a couple of years now with no success yet. One plant in the garden and one in the greenhouse. It forms tubers rather like a Dahlia so it may just be too immature at the...
    I've been growing this for a couple of years now with no success yet. One plant in the garden and one in the greenhouse. It forms tubers rather like a Dahlia so it may just be too immature at the moment.
    I've been growing this for a couple of years now with no success yet. One plant in the garden and one in the greenhouse. It forms tubers rather like a Dahlia so it may just be too immature at the moment.
    I've been growing this for a couple of years now with no success yet. One plant in the garden and one in the greenhouse. It forms tubers rather like a Dahlia so it may just be too immature at the...
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  5. harry123

    Azalea

    Ah! I did similar but lifted mine into a big pot of ericaceous compost and feed lightly with miracle grow for acid loving plants. Leaves came back on what looked like dead branches. My plant...
    Ah! I did similar but lifted mine into a big pot of ericaceous compost and feed lightly with miracle grow for acid loving plants. Leaves came back on what looked like dead branches. My plant though is a different type to yours though.
    Ah! I did similar but lifted mine into a big pot of ericaceous compost and feed lightly with miracle grow for acid loving plants. Leaves came back on what looked like dead branches. My plant though is a different type to yours though.
    Ah! I did similar but lifted mine into a big pot of ericaceous compost and feed lightly with miracle grow for acid loving plants. Leaves came back on what looked like dead branches. My plant...
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  6. wiseowl
    Like x 8

    Fatsia Japonica

    My young variegated one planted last March is showing a bud, it has lost most of it's variegation though.
    My young variegated one planted last March is showing a bud, it has lost most of it's variegation though.
    My young variegated one planted last March is showing a bud, it has lost most of it's variegation though.
    My young variegated one planted last March is showing a bud, it has lost most of it's variegation though.
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  7. Fat Controller

    Dahlia XXXL

    Hi - Madahhlia. I too had read that D. excelsa was just a varient of imperialis. Excelsa had several flowers for me and they do seem to be very similar to pictures I have seen of the imperialis...
    Hi - Madahhlia. I too had read that D. excelsa was just a varient of imperialis. Excelsa had several flowers for me and they do seem to be very similar to pictures I have seen of the imperialis flower. But otherwise I would have said they were very different plants. Imperialis has very...
    Hi - Madahhlia. I too had read that D. excelsa was just a varient of imperialis. Excelsa had several flowers for me and they do seem to be very similar to pictures I have seen of the imperialis flower. But otherwise I would have said they were...
    Hi - Madahhlia. I too had read that D. excelsa was just a varient of imperialis. Excelsa had several flowers for me and they do seem to be very similar to pictures I have seen of the imperialis...
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  8. Kristen

    Biggest Cardoon / Cynara Variety?

    I'll let you know when I collect the seed Kristen, its nearly ready :)
    I'll let you know when I collect the seed Kristen, its nearly ready :)
    I'll let you know when I collect the seed Kristen, its nearly ready :)
    I'll let you know when I collect the seed Kristen, its nearly ready :)
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  9. CATWOMAN

    A fucshia named "twiggy"

    Me too!! (Must be catching :heehee: )
    Me too!! (Must be catching :heehee: )
    Me too!! (Must be catching :heehee: )
    Me too!! (Must be catching :heehee: )
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  10. Laurence Wilkinson

    heathers in a wall

    Doesn't sound a very promising site for heathers to be honest. If it's an old wall, and has naturally been colonised by ferns, mosses & lichens as you say, then it's probably already providing a...
    Doesn't sound a very promising site for heathers to be honest. If it's an old wall, and has naturally been colonised by ferns, mosses & lichens as you say, then it's probably already providing a good habitat for those species (and possibly specialist invertebrates as well). Trying to plant...
    Doesn't sound a very promising site for heathers to be honest. If it's an old wall, and has naturally been colonised by ferns, mosses & lichens as you say, then it's probably already providing a good habitat for those species (and possibly...
    Doesn't sound a very promising site for heathers to be honest. If it's an old wall, and has naturally been colonised by ferns, mosses & lichens as you say, then it's probably already providing a...
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    3
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  11. Bilbo675

    Limited Time Bulb Sale 50% Off

    They have a very good delivery,will use them again
    They have a very good delivery,will use them again
    They have a very good delivery,will use them again
    They have a very good delivery,will use them again
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  12. sal73

    Forbidden Plants

    Steep in hot water and sip :eeew:
    Steep in hot water and sip :eeew:
    Steep in hot water and sip :eeew:
    Steep in hot water and sip :eeew:
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  13. cyberdyne

    Winter suggestions

    Thank you to all for the great suggestions. I'm not sure what I'm going to go for but I'm now armed with a good list and am about to head off to the garden centre. I'll let you know what I...
    Thank you to all for the great suggestions. I'm not sure what I'm going to go for but I'm now armed with a good list and am about to head off to the garden centre. I'll let you know what I found/purchased. Many thanks again.
    Thank you to all for the great suggestions. I'm not sure what I'm going to go for but I'm now armed with a good list and am about to head off to the garden centre. I'll let you know what I found/purchased. Many thanks again.
    Thank you to all for the great suggestions. I'm not sure what I'm going to go for but I'm now armed with a good list and am about to head off to the garden centre. I'll let you know what I...
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    856
  14. NIKKI D

    Papyrus advice

    Whatever you do Nikki, don't copy Thor Heyerdahl with your cuttings. I never believed they floated.:heehee:
    Whatever you do Nikki, don't copy Thor Heyerdahl with your cuttings. I never believed they floated.:heehee:
    Whatever you do Nikki, don't copy Thor Heyerdahl with your cuttings. I never believed they floated.:heehee:
    Whatever you do Nikki, don't copy Thor Heyerdahl with your cuttings. I never believed they floated.:heehee:
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    1,192
  15. 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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  16. Jim Macdonald

    Winter Garden - Cornus alba sibirica Westonbirt

    I cut my Cornus plants down (to stool them) in the Spring and use them as "pea sticks" in the vegetable patch ... and most of them root!
    I cut my Cornus plants down (to stool them) in the Spring and use them as "pea sticks" in the vegetable patch ... and most of them root!
    I cut my Cornus plants down (to stool them) in the Spring and use them as "pea sticks" in the vegetable patch ... and most of them root!
    I cut my Cornus plants down (to stool them) in the Spring and use them as "pea sticks" in the vegetable patch ... and most of them root!
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    1,259
  17. Leepen

    Help with Stephanotis

    stephanotis doesn't seem to like the dry air in heated rooms, had the same problem, put it in less heated room and problem disappeared tricky is to find a less heated room which is not too cold,...
    stephanotis doesn't seem to like the dry air in heated rooms, had the same problem, put it in less heated room and problem disappeared tricky is to find a less heated room which is not too cold, though the other way is to do sth to increase the humidity in the air, but occasional spraying is...
    stephanotis doesn't seem to like the dry air in heated rooms, had the same problem, put it in less heated room and problem disappeared tricky is to find a less heated room which is not too cold, though the other way is to do sth to increase the...
    stephanotis doesn't seem to like the dry air in heated rooms, had the same problem, put it in less heated room and problem disappeared tricky is to find a less heated room which is not too cold,...
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    3
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    990
  18. wiseowl

    Geraniums/Cranesbill

    I feel a bit of fence-sitting coming on! If you're taking cuttings from existing plants in your garden, then yes, you don't need to moly-coddle them too much. Snip, re-home, and walk away, quite...
    I feel a bit of fence-sitting coming on! If you're taking cuttings from existing plants in your garden, then yes, you don't need to moly-coddle them too much. Snip, re-home, and walk away, quite happy in the knowledge that you almost certainly have a new addition to your family. :-) However,...
    I feel a bit of fence-sitting coming on! If you're taking cuttings from existing plants in your garden, then yes, you don't need to moly-coddle them too much. Snip, re-home, and walk away, quite happy in the knowledge that you almost certainly...
    I feel a bit of fence-sitting coming on! If you're taking cuttings from existing plants in your garden, then yes, you don't need to moly-coddle them too much. Snip, re-home, and walk away, quite...
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    6
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    542
  19. SimonZ

    Transplanting Sedum telephium

    Love reading Christopher Lloyd
    Love reading Christopher Lloyd
    Love reading Christopher Lloyd
    Love reading Christopher Lloyd
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    5
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    1,463
  20. Verdun

    Echinaceas

    Hi Verdun, I'm envious of other members gardens believe me!!! Some of the gardens displayed in the pics are tremendous and show a lot of devotion and passion. I'm afraid I just bumble along and...
    Hi Verdun, I'm envious of other members gardens believe me!!! Some of the gardens displayed in the pics are tremendous and show a lot of devotion and passion. I'm afraid I just bumble along and keep packing plants in the borders and try to grow anything I see and like: I...
    Hi Verdun, I'm envious of other members gardens believe me!!! Some of the gardens displayed in the pics are tremendous and show a lot of devotion and passion. I'm afraid I just bumble along and keep packing plants in the borders and try to grow...
    Hi Verdun, I'm envious of other members gardens believe me!!! Some of the gardens displayed in the pics are tremendous and show a lot of devotion and passion. I'm afraid I just bumble along and...
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    33
    Views:
    1,889

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