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  1. longk
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    Show us your houseplants in bloom now 2017

    Forget me @redstar I do have my moments :roflol:
    Forget me @redstar I do have my moments :roflol:
    Forget me @redstar I do have my moments :roflol:
    Forget me @redstar I do have my moments :roflol:
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  2. MattC76

    Preparing soil for lavender

    As the original plants obviously grew well enough to fill the`space the conditions can't be that bad. I agree with the pruning though, I think this may be just too much old wood. I'd start again...
    As the original plants obviously grew well enough to fill the`space the conditions can't be that bad. I agree with the pruning though, I think this may be just too much old wood. I'd start again but it does look as though it's worth a go. There are nice quality plants in 1ltr pots in my...
    As the original plants obviously grew well enough to fill the`space the conditions can't be that bad. I agree with the pruning though, I think this may be just too much old wood. I'd start again but it does look as though it's worth a go. There...
    As the original plants obviously grew well enough to fill the`space the conditions can't be that bad. I agree with the pruning though, I think this may be just too much old wood. I'd start again...
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  3. Fat Controller

    Hollyhock - move or ditch?

    There you go - it's grateful! You can give it the chop when it finishes flowering if you like. It'll carry on despite the rust, don't think anybody tries to cure it.
    There you go - it's grateful! You can give it the chop when it finishes flowering if you like. It'll carry on despite the rust, don't think anybody tries to cure it.
    There you go - it's grateful! You can give it the chop when it finishes flowering if you like. It'll carry on despite the rust, don't think anybody tries to cure it.
    There you go - it's grateful! You can give it the chop when it finishes flowering if you like. It'll carry on despite the rust, don't think anybody tries to cure it.
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  4. Bilbo675
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    Anyone After Young Brug Plants

    Yes, good idea. I'll also ask the owners at East Ruston what they grow, next time I'm up there.
    Yes, good idea. I'll also ask the owners at East Ruston what they grow, next time I'm up there.
    Yes, good idea. I'll also ask the owners at East Ruston what they grow, next time I'm up there.
    Yes, good idea. I'll also ask the owners at East Ruston what they grow, next time I'm up there.
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  5. Geek2Garden

    Recommend me a plant for acid loving shrubs

    I took one at random: Chempak Fully Balanced Feed - Formula #3 - makes 1,600 litres 2Kg pack of Miracle Gro makes 160 watering cans - how big are they? :( 10L each maybe So cost per litre...
    I took one at random: Chempak Fully Balanced Feed - Formula #3 - makes 1,600 litres 2Kg pack of Miracle Gro makes 160 watering cans - how big are they? :( 10L each maybe So cost per litre is much-of-a-muchness Both will do a similar job. Only benefit of Chempak is if you want several,...
    I took one at random: Chempak Fully Balanced Feed - Formula #3 - makes 1,600 litres 2Kg pack of Miracle Gro makes 160 watering cans - how big are they? :( 10L each maybe So cost per litre is much-of-a-muchness Both will do a similar...
    I took one at random: Chempak Fully Balanced Feed - Formula #3 - makes 1,600 litres 2Kg pack of Miracle Gro makes 160 watering cans - how big are they? :( 10L each maybe So cost per litre...
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  6. dinp

    Sorbaria Sem

    Hi again. Anyone have an idea why the plants I have planted that came from the main plant have wilted a little? The new plants had decent roots. I used bonemeal and watered quite a bit. I dont...
    Hi again. Anyone have an idea why the plants I have planted that came from the main plant have wilted a little? The new plants had decent roots. I used bonemeal and watered quite a bit. I dont think they are dead, but not as upright as when they were attached to the main plant. Could I have...
    Hi again. Anyone have an idea why the plants I have planted that came from the main plant have wilted a little? The new plants had decent roots. I used bonemeal and watered quite a bit. I dont think they are dead, but not as upright as when they...
    Hi again. Anyone have an idea why the plants I have planted that came from the main plant have wilted a little? The new plants had decent roots. I used bonemeal and watered quite a bit. I dont...
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  7. Lorea
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  8. sal73

    Metallic leaves

    Sal, it does looks a little like Hemigraphis Alternata.John (you're a hero:biggrin: ), P Crispa is what I have always known and grown as Laciniata. I haven't come across Shiso Britton before. The red...
    Sal, it does looks a little like Hemigraphis Alternata.John (you're a hero:biggrin: ), P Crispa is what I have always known and grown as Laciniata. I haven't come across Shiso Britton before. The red (purple) and green one I have is more Coleus like.
    Sal, it does looks a little like Hemigraphis Alternata.John (you're a hero:biggrin: ), P Crispa is what I have always known and grown as Laciniata. I haven't come across Shiso Britton before. The red (purple) and green one I have is more Coleus like.
    Sal, it does looks a little like Hemigraphis Alternata.John (you're a hero:biggrin: ), P Crispa is what I have always known and grown as Laciniata. I haven't come across Shiso Britton before. The red...
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  9. Shaneoak

    Have i left it too late...

    I set my camera to restrict the size of my photos to 1.5 MB. These drag and drop with no trouble at all. :blue thumb:As I have no intention of making large prints of the pictures there's no need to have...
    I set my camera to restrict the size of my photos to 1.5 MB. These drag and drop with no trouble at all. :blue thumb:As I have no intention of making large prints of the pictures there's no need to have the photos in a bigger format. :)
    I set my camera to restrict the size of my photos to 1.5 MB. These drag and drop with no trouble at all. :blue thumb:As I have no intention of making large prints of the pictures there's no need to have the photos in a bigger format. :)
    I set my camera to restrict the size of my photos to 1.5 MB. These drag and drop with no trouble at all. :blue thumb:As I have no intention of making large prints of the pictures there's no need to have...
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  10. Kristen

    Dahlias - possible cuttings-swap Spring 2013?

    I have loads of Dahlias. I went to Crews Hill Gardeners Club in April, and they were flogging them - £1 a tuber. Needless to say I went overboard!
    I have loads of Dahlias. I went to Crews Hill Gardeners Club in April, and they were flogging them - £1 a tuber. Needless to say I went overboard!
    I have loads of Dahlias. I went to Crews Hill Gardeners Club in April, and they were flogging them - £1 a tuber. Needless to say I went overboard!
    I have loads of Dahlias. I went to Crews Hill Gardeners Club in April, and they were flogging them - £1 a tuber. Needless to say I went overboard!
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  11. clueless1

    Plants for a bottle garden

    If they are small enough to fit in the neck of a half gallon scrumpy bottle, then it is an option. Microplugs would fit.
    If they are small enough to fit in the neck of a half gallon scrumpy bottle, then it is an option. Microplugs would fit.
    If they are small enough to fit in the neck of a half gallon scrumpy bottle, then it is an option. Microplugs would fit.
    If they are small enough to fit in the neck of a half gallon scrumpy bottle, then it is an option. Microplugs would fit.
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  12. Snorky85

    Allium bulbs....is it too late to put them in?

    Yes, @Snorky85 it's the 27th and 28th of May. :dbgrtmb:
    Yes, @Snorky85 it's the 27th and 28th of May. :dbgrtmb:
    Yes, @Snorky85 it's the 27th and 28th of May. :dbgrtmb:
    Yes, @Snorky85 it's the 27th and 28th of May. :dbgrtmb:
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  13. strongylodon
    Like x 7

    Show Us Your Houseplants in Bloom now 2020.

    A pair of "Christmas " cacti
    A pair of "Christmas " cacti
    A pair of "Christmas " cacti
    A pair of "Christmas " cacti
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  14. FlymoDM

    Smelly flowers & plants

    For me, to go into the garden on an evening ( especially after rain ), the best scents are from my collection of Dianthus ( around 50 all different, Pinks, Carnations, Sweet Williams and original...
    For me, to go into the garden on an evening ( especially after rain ), the best scents are from my collection of Dianthus ( around 50 all different, Pinks, Carnations, Sweet Williams and original wild Species giving flowers for around 10 months of the year ) and Lilies ( around 100 different,...
    For me, to go into the garden on an evening ( especially after rain ), the best scents are from my collection of Dianthus ( around 50 all different, Pinks, Carnations, Sweet Williams and original wild Species giving flowers for around 10 months...
    For me, to go into the garden on an evening ( especially after rain ), the best scents are from my collection of Dianthus ( around 50 all different, Pinks, Carnations, Sweet Williams and original...
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  15. scooby-mas

    Bearded iris

    I remember when i bought my iris off ebay(bareroot/dormant),i just planted it as to the instructions,no special compost seem needed and its flourished since :blue thumb:so ive just plonked them in pots :) im...
    I remember when i bought my iris off ebay(bareroot/dormant),i just planted it as to the instructions,no special compost seem needed and its flourished since :blue thumb:so ive just plonked them in pots :) im not worried :biggrin:
    I remember when i bought my iris off ebay(bareroot/dormant),i just planted it as to the instructions,no special compost seem needed and its flourished since :blue thumb:so ive just plonked them in pots :) im not worried :biggrin:
    I remember when i bought my iris off ebay(bareroot/dormant),i just planted it as to the instructions,no special compost seem needed and its flourished since :blue thumb:so ive just plonked them in pots :) im...
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  16. Gail_68

    Hydrangea still fighting cold weather

    Tee hee hee :snorky:
    Tee hee hee :snorky:
    Tee hee hee :snorky:
    Tee hee hee :snorky:
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  17. FlourishAnn

    Sarracenia - carnivorous plant!

    Oh good! The flower is nearly open...
    Oh good! The flower is nearly open...
    Oh good! The flower is nearly open...
    Oh good! The flower is nearly open...
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  18. sal73

    Nephentes Linda

    Sal, Wustaba's plants are a lot more than £2.50! But a lot of them are very rare in cultivation and you can't get them anywhere else.
    Sal, Wustaba's plants are a lot more than £2.50! But a lot of them are very rare in cultivation and you can't get them anywhere else.
    Sal, Wustaba's plants are a lot more than £2.50! But a lot of them are very rare in cultivation and you can't get them anywhere else.
    Sal, Wustaba's plants are a lot more than £2.50! But a lot of them are very rare in cultivation and you can't get them anywhere else.
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  19. K78
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  20. Dragonfly Dianne

    Growing ivy up the house?

    Indeed, answered my own question earlier! Came home and happened to look up and yes, it certainly can grow on steel cladding :snork:Seeing the pics above though (and the ease of pruning description) I...
    Indeed, answered my own question earlier! Came home and happened to look up and yes, it certainly can grow on steel cladding :snork:Seeing the pics above though (and the ease of pruning description) I think I'm going to pull the ivy out and get a virginia creeper
    Indeed, answered my own question earlier! Came home and happened to look up and yes, it certainly can grow on steel cladding :snork:Seeing the pics above though (and the ease of pruning description) I think I'm going to pull the ivy out and get a...
    Indeed, answered my own question earlier! Came home and happened to look up and yes, it certainly can grow on steel cladding :snork:Seeing the pics above though (and the ease of pruning description) I...
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    35
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