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  1. Peter Piper

    Dahlia Buds.

    Hi,Normally a sticky residue would mean Aphids, particularly Blackfly, but usually they will be clearly visible, unless the ladybirds or birds have already eaten them all ?If there is no sign...
    Hi,Normally a sticky residue would mean Aphids, particularly Blackfly, but usually they will be clearly visible, unless the ladybirds or birds have already eaten them all ?If there is no sign of the creature , then Slugs and Snails are the other common pest, again more often noticed by holes...
    Hi,Normally a sticky residue would mean Aphids, particularly Blackfly, but usually they will be clearly visible, unless the ladybirds or birds have already eaten them all ?If there is no sign of the creature , then Slugs and Snails are the...
    Hi,Normally a sticky residue would mean Aphids, particularly Blackfly, but usually they will be clearly visible, unless the ladybirds or birds have already eaten them all ?If there is no sign...
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  2. buddleia64

    Chinese Lanterns

    Mine are in various pots too, some I have sunk into the ground. I do feed very occasionally but tend to forget a lot too. :sad:They're just coming into bloom now.
    Mine are in various pots too, some I have sunk into the ground. I do feed very occasionally but tend to forget a lot too. :sad:They're just coming into bloom now.
    Mine are in various pots too, some I have sunk into the ground. I do feed very occasionally but tend to forget a lot too. :sad:They're just coming into bloom now.
    Mine are in various pots too, some I have sunk into the ground. I do feed very occasionally but tend to forget a lot too. :sad:They're just coming into bloom now.
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  3. Shaneoak

    Asiatic and Tree lillies round semi circle bites on leaves

    Thank you. I thought i'd got rid off all those pesky things! I normally spot them because of there bright orange shells. Thanks
    Thank you. I thought i'd got rid off all those pesky things! I normally spot them because of there bright orange shells. Thanks
    Thank you. I thought i'd got rid off all those pesky things! I normally spot them because of there bright orange shells. Thanks
    Thank you. I thought i'd got rid off all those pesky things! I normally spot them because of there bright orange shells. Thanks
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  4. livvielou

    Clematis problem

    Hi livvielou, well, I do see one problem with the Clematis, but it does look like the plant has coped with it, and that is it is planted very close to the brick wall putting it in the rain shadow...
    Hi livvielou, well, I do see one problem with the Clematis, but it does look like the plant has coped with it, and that is it is planted very close to the brick wall putting it in the rain shadow where it can be dry and, of course, Clematis like their roots damp and cool.Thanks for that last...
    Hi livvielou, well, I do see one problem with the Clematis, but it does look like the plant has coped with it, and that is it is planted very close to the brick wall putting it in the rain shadow where it can be dry and, of course, Clematis like...
    Hi livvielou, well, I do see one problem with the Clematis, but it does look like the plant has coped with it, and that is it is planted very close to the brick wall putting it in the rain shadow...
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  5. Tony81

    Any idea what’s happening to my plants??

    Hi, I have some shrubs in a raised flower bed that have been planted for the last 3 years and they are starting to die... The yellow Berbaris is dropping leaves after they’ve turned brown...
    Hi, I have some shrubs in a raised flower bed that have been planted for the last 3 years and they are starting to die... The yellow Berbaris is dropping leaves after they’ve turned brown and spotty and my Hebe’s have always been brown on the inside however they too have started to...
    Hi, I have some shrubs in a raised flower bed that have been planted for the last 3 years and they are starting to die... The yellow Berbaris is dropping leaves after they’ve turned brown and spotty and my Hebe’s have always been brown on...
    Hi, I have some shrubs in a raised flower bed that have been planted for the last 3 years and they are starting to die... The yellow Berbaris is dropping leaves after they’ve turned brown...
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  6. Kevin Cowans

    Help required with Collapsed Hydrangea

    No problem. Have a safe summer!
    No problem. Have a safe summer!
    No problem. Have a safe summer!
    No problem. Have a safe summer!
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  7. Kevin Cowans

    Phormium Flower Spike

    Hello @peteThanks for the reply.I was leaning more towards pruning it to the base, especially since the plant is only relatively young, as you say, more energy to the plant then.ThanksKevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply.I was leaning more towards pruning it to the base, especially since the plant is only relatively young, as you say, more energy to the plant then.ThanksKevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply.I was leaning more towards pruning it to the base, especially since the plant is only relatively young, as you say, more energy to the plant then.ThanksKevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply.I was leaning more towards pruning it to the base, especially since the plant is only relatively young, as you say, more energy to the plant then.ThanksKevin
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  8. Islander77

    Tree Lupins; in containers or?

    My sincere thanks to the kind person who sent me tree lupin seeds last year; I had been aiming to grow one as I had to leave a beauty at a rental!.I sowed several of them early this year; good...
    My sincere thanks to the kind person who sent me tree lupin seeds last year; I had been aiming to grow one as I had to leave a beauty at a rental!.I sowed several of them early this year; good germination and some promising young plants. Then today I realised there is a bigger one hiding in a...
    My sincere thanks to the kind person who sent me tree lupin seeds last year; I had been aiming to grow one as I had to leave a beauty at a rental!.I sowed several of them early this year; good germination and some promising young plants. Then...
    My sincere thanks to the kind person who sent me tree lupin seeds last year; I had been aiming to grow one as I had to leave a beauty at a rental!.I sowed several of them early this year; good...
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  9. Wdyl

    Salix bush... invasive roots?

    Wdyl, it has been grafted so as it can be kept under control. If you grow the cutting on I would suggest you keep it in a pot.
    Wdyl, it has been grafted so as it can be kept under control. If you grow the cutting on I would suggest you keep it in a pot.
    Wdyl, it has been grafted so as it can be kept under control. If you grow the cutting on I would suggest you keep it in a pot.
    Wdyl, it has been grafted so as it can be kept under control. If you grow the cutting on I would suggest you keep it in a pot.
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  10. ARMANDII

    PEONY "BARZELLA"

    Hi Scotkat, good to hear from you.:love30::thumbsup: To be honest, I don't think your Peony is "Bartzella" as "Bartzella" has yellow flowers...........I think yours could be either "Sonoma Velvet...
    Hi Scotkat, good to hear from you.:love30::thumbsup: To be honest, I don't think your Peony is "Bartzella" as "Bartzella" has yellow flowers...........I think yours could be either "Sonoma Velvet Ruby".......... Or possibly "Julia Rose"...............I planted mine into a large pot just under 12...
    Hi Scotkat, good to hear from you.:love30::thumbsup: To be honest, I don't think your Peony is "Bartzella" as "Bartzella" has yellow flowers...........I think yours could be either "Sonoma Velvet Ruby".......... Or possibly "Julia...
    Hi Scotkat, good to hear from you.:love30::thumbsup: To be honest, I don't think your Peony is "Bartzella" as "Bartzella" has yellow flowers...........I think yours could be either "Sonoma Velvet...
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  11. Glynne Williams

    Kiwis

    Amazing plant, and what a harvest! I've decided to plant my 'Jenny' outside on a trellis under a pollarded hawthorn. Here's hoping it survives!
    Amazing plant, and what a harvest! I've decided to plant my 'Jenny' outside on a trellis under a pollarded hawthorn. Here's hoping it survives!
    Amazing plant, and what a harvest! I've decided to plant my 'Jenny' outside on a trellis under a pollarded hawthorn. Here's hoping it survives!
    Amazing plant, and what a harvest! I've decided to plant my 'Jenny' outside on a trellis under a pollarded hawthorn. Here's hoping it survives!
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  12. Kevin Cowans

    How to stop a Hydrangea macrophylla from flopping

    @Kevin Cowans A picture of my "Preziosa"
    @Kevin Cowans A picture of my "Preziosa"
    @Kevin Cowans A picture of my "Preziosa"
    @Kevin Cowans A picture of my "Preziosa"
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  13. Nick Baxter

    Poorly Spider Plant

    I dont think it looks all that bad, yes a pot with no drainage is a recipe for disaster but its only a couple of leaves, just cut them off. Repot into something with drainage, water and empty any...
    I dont think it looks all that bad, yes a pot with no drainage is a recipe for disaster but its only a couple of leaves, just cut them off. Repot into something with drainage, water and empty any water remaining in a saucer, then leave until fairly dry before watering again. No direct sunlight.
    I dont think it looks all that bad, yes a pot with no drainage is a recipe for disaster but its only a couple of leaves, just cut them off. Repot into something with drainage, water and empty any water remaining in a saucer, then leave until...
    I dont think it looks all that bad, yes a pot with no drainage is a recipe for disaster but its only a couple of leaves, just cut them off. Repot into something with drainage, water and empty any...
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  14. Tea Rose

    Money Plant with white spots

    Probably not but a pic would help.
    Probably not but a pic would help.
    Probably not but a pic would help.
    Probably not but a pic would help.
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  15. 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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  16. momo1103

    Anthurium

    Hi,Not a plant we have grown, but this site seems to have plenty of info.How to take care of the Anthurium pot plant and cut flower
    Hi,Not a plant we have grown, but this site seems to have plenty of info.How to take care of the Anthurium pot plant and cut flower
    Hi,Not a plant we have grown, but this site seems to have plenty of info.How to take care of the Anthurium pot plant and cut flower
    Hi,Not a plant we have grown, but this site seems to have plenty of info.How to take care of the Anthurium pot plant and cut flower
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    2
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    236
  17. Nikolaos

    Am I Cutting Back My Salvias Correctly?

    I'm new here but have grown salvias for some years. My biggest mistake has been NOT cutting them down in the spring! If it's in the ground during a frosty winter I don't have to be that careful as...
    I'm new here but have grown salvias for some years. My biggest mistake has been NOT cutting them down in the spring! If it's in the ground during a frosty winter I don't have to be that careful as frost done it. So my thinking is to cut as far as a bud that has some green on the stalk, I.e. It's...
    I'm new here but have grown salvias for some years. My biggest mistake has been NOT cutting them down in the spring! If it's in the ground during a frosty winter I don't have to be that careful as frost done it. So my thinking is to cut as far as...
    I'm new here but have grown salvias for some years. My biggest mistake has been NOT cutting them down in the spring! If it's in the ground during a frosty winter I don't have to be that careful as...
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  18. landimad

    Saintpaulia propagation and issues.

    Get some ready plug plants from Dibleys. ;) www.dibleys.com. While rooting, leaves can be on the table right next to the window. They can do with a bit less light at that point.
    Get some ready plug plants from Dibleys. ;) www.dibleys.com. While rooting, leaves can be on the table right next to the window. They can do with a bit less light at that point.
    Get some ready plug plants from Dibleys. ;) www.dibleys.com. While rooting, leaves can be on the table right next to the window. They can do with a bit less light at that point.
    Get some ready plug plants from Dibleys. ;) www.dibleys.com. While rooting, leaves can be on the table right next to the window. They can do with a bit less light at that point.
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  19. MartinB

    Agastachw blackadder changed colour

    Does anyone know why my agastache black added would have changed colour.Bought them last year and they were definetly blue with hints of dark purple maybe.This year 1 was lost over winter,...
    Does anyone know why my agastache black added would have changed colour.Bought them last year and they were definetly blue with hints of dark purple maybe.This year 1 was lost over winter, the other 2 have come back with more stems, they are not as tall and they are a definite mauve -...
    Does anyone know why my agastache black added would have changed colour.Bought them last year and they were definetly blue with hints of dark purple maybe.This year 1 was lost over winter, the other 2 have come back with more stems, they...
    Does anyone know why my agastache black added would have changed colour.Bought them last year and they were definetly blue with hints of dark purple maybe.This year 1 was lost over winter,...
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  20. hidunc@ntlworld. com

    hardy fuchsia suggestions?

    Ah, thanks. I find Mrs Popple very variable, like most, according to weather and temperature, and, looking at dozens of pics, likewise Dr Foster. I did notice that Dr Foster sepals often turn up,...
    Ah, thanks. I find Mrs Popple very variable, like most, according to weather and temperature, and, looking at dozens of pics, likewise Dr Foster. I did notice that Dr Foster sepals often turn up, whereas on my Mrs Popple, they usually curve down, around the corolla, but Mrs Popple's petals,...
    Ah, thanks. I find Mrs Popple very variable, like most, according to weather and temperature, and, looking at dozens of pics, likewise Dr Foster. I did notice that Dr Foster sepals often turn up, whereas on my Mrs Popple, they usually curve down,...
    Ah, thanks. I find Mrs Popple very variable, like most, according to weather and temperature, and, looking at dozens of pics, likewise Dr Foster. I did notice that Dr Foster sepals often turn up,...
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