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  1. Kevin Cowans

    Peony 'Festiva Maxima' collapsed under the weight of the blooms

    Finally I had the time to upload a photo of my peony hanging around quite sadly.
    Finally I had the time to upload a photo of my peony hanging around quite sadly.
    Finally I had the time to upload a photo of my peony hanging around quite sadly.
    Finally I had the time to upload a photo of my peony hanging around quite sadly.
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  2. Snorky85

    Philadelphus "starbright"

    Yes @Snorky85 , it smells nice in flower close up, but isn’t particularly fragrant (I think it was an Aldi cheapy, there is always a catch!). I get far better scent from my Mexican orange blossom...
    Yes @Snorky85 , it smells nice in flower close up, but isn’t particularly fragrant (I think it was an Aldi cheapy, there is always a catch!). I get far better scent from my Mexican orange blossom choisya ternata.
    Yes @Snorky85 , it smells nice in flower close up, but isn’t particularly fragrant (I think it was an Aldi cheapy, there is always a catch!). I get far better scent from my Mexican orange blossom choisya ternata.
    Yes @Snorky85 , it smells nice in flower close up, but isn’t particularly fragrant (I think it was an Aldi cheapy, there is always a catch!). I get far better scent from my Mexican orange blossom...
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  3. Kevin Cowans

    Clematis 'Nelly Moser' drooping after heavy rain shower

    Hello allAfter speaking (emailing as no phone number) to Taylors Clematis they recommended a few Clematis and I am going to go with Clematis 'Picotee'.I will be ordering one for now in early...
    Hello allAfter speaking (emailing as no phone number) to Taylors Clematis they recommended a few Clematis and I am going to go with Clematis 'Picotee'.I will be ordering one for now in early July so I will see how it fairs, if all goes well I may get another to replace the 'Nelly Moser' that...
    Hello allAfter speaking (emailing as no phone number) to Taylors Clematis they recommended a few Clematis and I am going to go with Clematis 'Picotee'.I will be ordering one for now in early July so I will see how it fairs, if all goes well I...
    Hello allAfter speaking (emailing as no phone number) to Taylors Clematis they recommended a few Clematis and I am going to go with Clematis 'Picotee'.I will be ordering one for now in early...
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  4. Lauraj

    Pruning pearl bush

    I’ve just moved to a new house and there are a number of shrubs which are rather overgrown. There’s this pearl bush which had spectacular flowers earlier in the year. However it’s huge. It’s been...
    I’ve just moved to a new house and there are a number of shrubs which are rather overgrown. There’s this pearl bush which had spectacular flowers earlier in the year. However it’s huge. It’s been trailed up a trellis but this is struggling to hold it up now. It’s about 2.5m high 3m wide and 1m...
    I’ve just moved to a new house and there are a number of shrubs which are rather overgrown. There’s this pearl bush which had spectacular flowers earlier in the year. However it’s huge. It’s been trailed up a trellis but this is struggling to...
    I’ve just moved to a new house and there are a number of shrubs which are rather overgrown. There’s this pearl bush which had spectacular flowers earlier in the year. However it’s huge. It’s been...
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  5. barryman

    Solanum Glasnevin - Chilean potato plant

    No idea, only ever seen it as a climber on a wall. Frequent pruning might make flowers few and far between.
    No idea, only ever seen it as a climber on a wall. Frequent pruning might make flowers few and far between.
    No idea, only ever seen it as a climber on a wall. Frequent pruning might make flowers few and far between.
    No idea, only ever seen it as a climber on a wall. Frequent pruning might make flowers few and far between.
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  6. Shaneoak

    Hollyhocks

    They've been getting increasingly expensive for years. I love them, but for some reason Lupins just keel over and die in my garden.
    They've been getting increasingly expensive for years. I love them, but for some reason Lupins just keel over and die in my garden.
    They've been getting increasingly expensive for years. I love them, but for some reason Lupins just keel over and die in my garden.
    They've been getting increasingly expensive for years. I love them, but for some reason Lupins just keel over and die in my garden.
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  7. Gizmo

    Garden plants /pets

    Hi I have put in a raised garden fish pond and would like to know what sort of plants would be suitable around our pond and must be dog friendly.... Our idea to to have some thing like a park pond...
    Hi I have put in a raised garden fish pond and would like to know what sort of plants would be suitable around our pond and must be dog friendly.... Our idea to to have some thing like a park pond but on a smaller scale Thanks for the help and advice
    Hi I have put in a raised garden fish pond and would like to know what sort of plants would be suitable around our pond and must be dog friendly.... Our idea to to have some thing like a park pond but on a smaller scale Thanks for the help and advice
    Hi I have put in a raised garden fish pond and would like to know what sort of plants would be suitable around our pond and must be dog friendly.... Our idea to to have some thing like a park pond...
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  8. Nikolaos

    Need Dwarf Lilac Cultivar Suggestions, Please!

    Thanks very much for the recommendation, @Graham B! :blue thumb: No, I already have an Ivory 'Buzz' buddleia and adore it, trouble is flowering time is all wrong for my rather esoteric purpose of wanting to...
    Thanks very much for the recommendation, @Graham B! :blue thumb: No, I already have an Ivory 'Buzz' buddleia and adore it, trouble is flowering time is all wrong for my rather esoteric purpose of wanting to attract Brimstone butterflies in Spring! :biggrin: But wow, apart from having my heart set on burgundy your...
    Thanks very much for the recommendation, @Graham B! :blue thumb: No, I already have an Ivory 'Buzz' buddleia and adore it, trouble is flowering time is all wrong for my rather esoteric purpose of wanting to attract Brimstone butterflies in Spring! :biggrin: But wow,...
    Thanks very much for the recommendation, @Graham B! :blue thumb: No, I already have an Ivory 'Buzz' buddleia and adore it, trouble is flowering time is all wrong for my rather esoteric purpose of wanting to...
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  9. Appleblossom31

    Clemetis problem?? Dalhia ID

    Yippee The flowerless clemetis from last year has flowered can I please have an ID please
    Yippee The flowerless clemetis from last year has flowered can I please have an ID please
    Yippee The flowerless clemetis from last year has flowered can I please have an ID please
    Yippee The flowerless clemetis from last year has flowered can I please have an ID please
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  10. Kevin Cowans

    How do I move a small Hosta

    Hello allWell, I have managed to move the Hosta to it's new home.I sprinkled some Blood Fish and Bone around it and watered it well.Hopefully, it will recover and continue to...
    Hello allWell, I have managed to move the Hosta to it's new home.I sprinkled some Blood Fish and Bone around it and watered it well.Hopefully, it will recover and continue to thrive.Thanks for your help.Kevin
    Hello allWell, I have managed to move the Hosta to it's new home.I sprinkled some Blood Fish and Bone around it and watered it well.Hopefully, it will recover and continue to thrive.Thanks for your help.Kevin
    Hello allWell, I have managed to move the Hosta to it's new home.I sprinkled some Blood Fish and Bone around it and watered it well.Hopefully, it will recover and continue to...
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  11. barryman

    Laurel problem

    I'd suggest doing the scratch test of the bark in various places. It looks to me like its died.
    I'd suggest doing the scratch test of the bark in various places. It looks to me like its died.
    I'd suggest doing the scratch test of the bark in various places. It looks to me like its died.
    I'd suggest doing the scratch test of the bark in various places. It looks to me like its died.
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  12. Marley Farley
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    SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2019

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    New Thread Here:-SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2021
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  13. Shaneoak

    Only a few Tulips of the same type have bloomed...

    I think due to the cold spring, well its been a cold one where I am, there is still time for the later varieties.When are you looking only they close up at night and open up as the temperature...
    I think due to the cold spring, well its been a cold one where I am, there is still time for the later varieties.When are you looking only they close up at night and open up as the temperature rises. I don't see anything wrong in your pictures.
    I think due to the cold spring, well its been a cold one where I am, there is still time for the later varieties.When are you looking only they close up at night and open up as the temperature rises. I don't see anything wrong in your pictures.
    I think due to the cold spring, well its been a cold one where I am, there is still time for the later varieties.When are you looking only they close up at night and open up as the temperature...
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  14. Syd Hutchinson

    Abyssinian banana

    It's back in the workshop now until it stays warmer.
    It's back in the workshop now until it stays warmer.
    It's back in the workshop now until it stays warmer.
    It's back in the workshop now until it stays warmer.
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  15. pewe

    Moving rose trees

    yes transplant now as you are running out of time to move ,,, if you move august they will die !! ... reduce the size of the plant by a quarter and then once potted up keep in the shade and out...
    yes transplant now as you are running out of time to move ,,, if you move august they will die !! ... reduce the size of the plant by a quarter and then once potted up keep in the shade and out of strong winds , try and get a large root ball water the night before ..... no need to feed just...
    yes transplant now as you are running out of time to move ,,, if you move august they will die !! ... reduce the size of the plant by a quarter and then once potted up keep in the shade and out of strong winds , try and get a large root ball...
    yes transplant now as you are running out of time to move ,,, if you move august they will die !! ... reduce the size of the plant by a quarter and then once potted up keep in the shade and out...
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  16. Shaneoak

    California Poppy seeds dropped....

    If the tulips are deeply planted, a light watering, (enough to keep the top 1cm damp) won't affect them, but it will help germinate the poppies :)
    If the tulips are deeply planted, a light watering, (enough to keep the top 1cm damp) won't affect them, but it will help germinate the poppies :)
    If the tulips are deeply planted, a light watering, (enough to keep the top 1cm damp) won't affect them, but it will help germinate the poppies :)
    If the tulips are deeply planted, a light watering, (enough to keep the top 1cm damp) won't affect them, but it will help germinate the poppies :)
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  17. Tabbee

    Daphne looking unwell

    @CarolineL The wisdom of planting in exactly the same spot had crossed my mind and I'm looking to put it in near the same path rather than in the same place. You are right they are not a cheap...
    @CarolineL The wisdom of planting in exactly the same spot had crossed my mind and I'm looking to put it in near the same path rather than in the same place. You are right they are not a cheap plant to replace.
    @CarolineL The wisdom of planting in exactly the same spot had crossed my mind and I'm looking to put it in near the same path rather than in the same place. You are right they are not a cheap plant to replace.
    @CarolineL The wisdom of planting in exactly the same spot had crossed my mind and I'm looking to put it in near the same path rather than in the same place. You are right they are not a cheap...
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  18. DavidMey

    House plant newbie question

    You're welcome.
    You're welcome.
    You're welcome.
    You're welcome.
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  19. Shaneoak

    freezing weather and spring flowers...

    Thank you. They've all been fine and dandy and it's still minus 2 at night here .
    Thank you. They've all been fine and dandy and it's still minus 2 at night here .
    Thank you. They've all been fine and dandy and it's still minus 2 at night here .
    Thank you. They've all been fine and dandy and it's still minus 2 at night here .
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  20. bluegeranium

    House Plants in Peat Pots?

    So do the roots actually grow into the coir pots? If they do it must be a struggle to remove the pot and cause a lot of root damage.There is nothing wrong with plastic pots, if only they would...
    So do the roots actually grow into the coir pots? If they do it must be a struggle to remove the pot and cause a lot of root damage.There is nothing wrong with plastic pots, if only they would reuse them.A nursery near me had a big pile outside last summer and a sign saying, free pots take...
    So do the roots actually grow into the coir pots? If they do it must be a struggle to remove the pot and cause a lot of root damage.There is nothing wrong with plastic pots, if only they would reuse them.A nursery near me had a big pile...
    So do the roots actually grow into the coir pots? If they do it must be a struggle to remove the pot and cause a lot of root damage.There is nothing wrong with plastic pots, if only they would...
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