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  1. ricky101

    Nasturtium Flowering ?

    I too don't know but I found this Nasturtiums have a long flowering period – from summer until the first severe frosts of autumn. Nasturtiums are either annuals or perennials, and can be...
    I too don't know but I found this Nasturtiums have a long flowering period – from summer until the first severe frosts of autumn. Nasturtiums are either annuals or perennials, and can be low-growing bushy plants, trailing or even climbing. How to grow and care for nasturtium |...
    I too don't know but I found this Nasturtiums have a long flowering period – from summer until the first severe frosts of autumn. Nasturtiums are either annuals or perennials, and can be low-growing bushy plants, trailing or even climbing. How...
    I too don't know but I found this Nasturtiums have a long flowering period – from summer until the first severe frosts of autumn. Nasturtiums are either annuals or perennials, and can be...
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  2. Bigalmsn

    Aspidistra Location

    I seem to think they do have some hardiness, so worth a try, think a shady dampish spot that doesn't get too much frost might work.You could try dividing it and potting a smaller piece up to...
    I seem to think they do have some hardiness, so worth a try, think a shady dampish spot that doesn't get too much frost might work.You could try dividing it and potting a smaller piece up to keep indoors again.
    I seem to think they do have some hardiness, so worth a try, think a shady dampish spot that doesn't get too much frost might work.You could try dividing it and potting a smaller piece up to keep indoors again.
    I seem to think they do have some hardiness, so worth a try, think a shady dampish spot that doesn't get too much frost might work.You could try dividing it and potting a smaller piece up to...
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  3. Oakapple

    Clematis group 3

    Thanks folks:) I will certainly look at Taylors.I do that ‘hiding plants at the back’ thing too at garden centres.:biggrin:
    Thanks folks:) I will certainly look at Taylors.I do that ‘hiding plants at the back’ thing too at garden centres.:biggrin:
    Thanks folks:) I will certainly look at Taylors.I do that ‘hiding plants at the back’ thing too at garden centres.:biggrin:
    Thanks folks:) I will certainly look at Taylors.I do that ‘hiding plants at the back’ thing too at garden centres.:biggrin:
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  4. Tim David

    Amarylis seeds

    I just assumed it was Hippeastrum, :whistle:
    I just assumed it was Hippeastrum, :whistle:
    I just assumed it was Hippeastrum, :whistle:
    I just assumed it was Hippeastrum, :whistle:
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  5. Shaneoak

    Best weed killer for pernicious grass

    Thank you all. I'v pulled out a fair bit and applied weedkiller to the rest. Lets see if it buggers off!
    Thank you all. I'v pulled out a fair bit and applied weedkiller to the rest. Lets see if it buggers off!
    Thank you all. I'v pulled out a fair bit and applied weedkiller to the rest. Lets see if it buggers off!
    Thank you all. I'v pulled out a fair bit and applied weedkiller to the rest. Lets see if it buggers off!
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  6. 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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  7. Paul4321

    Privet hedge

    Hi Ricky,Thanks for your suggestions, much appreciated. To be honest the hedge is about a 40ft mixture of Laurels, Blackthorn & Privet, so there is no real even look. I have thrown in a few...
    Hi Ricky,Thanks for your suggestions, much appreciated. To be honest the hedge is about a 40ft mixture of Laurels, Blackthorn & Privet, so there is no real even look. I have thrown in a few Blackthorns and a Laurel as well so when they all grow it should look like the rest (a jumble! :)) it’s a...
    Hi Ricky,Thanks for your suggestions, much appreciated. To be honest the hedge is about a 40ft mixture of Laurels, Blackthorn & Privet, so there is no real even look. I have thrown in a few Blackthorns and a Laurel as well so when they all grow...
    Hi Ricky,Thanks for your suggestions, much appreciated. To be honest the hedge is about a 40ft mixture of Laurels, Blackthorn & Privet, so there is no real even look. I have thrown in a few...
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  8. Alister1

    Moving an aged fuschia

    Something like that will always be better in the ground IMO.Save the smaller less hardy, large flowered ones for pots.
    Something like that will always be better in the ground IMO.Save the smaller less hardy, large flowered ones for pots.
    Something like that will always be better in the ground IMO.Save the smaller less hardy, large flowered ones for pots.
    Something like that will always be better in the ground IMO.Save the smaller less hardy, large flowered ones for pots.
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  9. Kevin Cowans

    Fatsia Japonica issue

    Hello allThanks for the replies.As recommended, I will wait until the warmer weather arrives and then look at cutting back the affected areas.ThanksKevin
    Hello allThanks for the replies.As recommended, I will wait until the warmer weather arrives and then look at cutting back the affected areas.ThanksKevin
    Hello allThanks for the replies.As recommended, I will wait until the warmer weather arrives and then look at cutting back the affected areas.ThanksKevin
    Hello allThanks for the replies.As recommended, I will wait until the warmer weather arrives and then look at cutting back the affected areas.ThanksKevin
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  10. Sarahlou79

    Weathered Pink Cordyline

    Do you know what sort of pink Cordyline it is? They appear to have variable hardiness. Charlie Boy appears to be more hardy than the pink passion / sensation variants, although it doesn't look...
    Do you know what sort of pink Cordyline it is? They appear to have variable hardiness. Charlie Boy appears to be more hardy than the pink passion / sensation variants, although it doesn't look like Charlie Boy from the picture.
    Do you know what sort of pink Cordyline it is? They appear to have variable hardiness. Charlie Boy appears to be more hardy than the pink passion / sensation variants, although it doesn't look like Charlie Boy from the picture.
    Do you know what sort of pink Cordyline it is? They appear to have variable hardiness. Charlie Boy appears to be more hardy than the pink passion / sensation variants, although it doesn't look...
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  11. Kevin Cowans

    Pruning Salvia 'Icterina' and 'Purpurascens'

    I trim mine back and they are ok.if anything they come back a denser plant.you might have knocked back the flowering,though id be surprised
    I trim mine back and they are ok.if anything they come back a denser plant.you might have knocked back the flowering,though id be surprised
    I trim mine back and they are ok.if anything they come back a denser plant.you might have knocked back the flowering,though id be surprised
    I trim mine back and they are ok.if anything they come back a denser plant.you might have knocked back the flowering,though id be surprised
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  12. pattie

    agapanthus query

    Ha, ok, I am preening because the agapanthus, with some extra muscle (not mine) has been lifted out of its prison which is the glazed pot and repotted. The glazed pot remains in tact! The bad news...
    Ha, ok, I am preening because the agapanthus, with some extra muscle (not mine) has been lifted out of its prison which is the glazed pot and repotted. The glazed pot remains in tact! The bad news is that the large, deep wooden container to which it was placed fell apart because it's bottom is...
    Ha, ok, I am preening because the agapanthus, with some extra muscle (not mine) has been lifted out of its prison which is the glazed pot and repotted. The glazed pot remains in tact! The bad news is that the large, deep wooden container to which...
    Ha, ok, I am preening because the agapanthus, with some extra muscle (not mine) has been lifted out of its prison which is the glazed pot and repotted. The glazed pot remains in tact! The bad news...
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  13. Passport1

    Proper way to remove dead blooms from Hydrangia

    Thanks all for the replies and advise...Much appreicated.
    Thanks all for the replies and advise...Much appreicated.
    Thanks all for the replies and advise...Much appreicated.
    Thanks all for the replies and advise...Much appreicated.
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  14. Nikolaos

    Growing Hops Along A Fence, How Time-Consuming Is It?

    Have you thought about a climbing hydrangea?
    Have you thought about a climbing hydrangea?
    Have you thought about a climbing hydrangea?
    Have you thought about a climbing hydrangea?
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  15. Gizmo

    all sorted plants

    Many thanks for your reply. Not sure at the moment if I can dig this pond out but I will give it a go. But with ponds that have been dug out not sure the depth of the first layer or is it just...
    Many thanks for your reply. Not sure at the moment if I can dig this pond out but I will give it a go. But with ponds that have been dug out not sure the depth of the first layer or is it just prefence? With preformed again not sure about digging but we would like a few small fish but finding a...
    Many thanks for your reply. Not sure at the moment if I can dig this pond out but I will give it a go. But with ponds that have been dug out not sure the depth of the first layer or is it just prefence? With preformed again not sure about digging...
    Many thanks for your reply. Not sure at the moment if I can dig this pond out but I will give it a go. But with ponds that have been dug out not sure the depth of the first layer or is it just...
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  16. Eroka

    Help! My potted Olive Tree (Olea Europea) is dying...

    :cry3: But thank you. I will stop watering it and see if it revives when spring comes. Thank you all!
    :cry3: But thank you. I will stop watering it and see if it revives when spring comes. Thank you all!
    :cry3: But thank you. I will stop watering it and see if it revives when spring comes. Thank you all!
    :cry3: But thank you. I will stop watering it and see if it revives when spring comes. Thank you all!
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  17. buddleia64
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  18. Jane Kirk

    Crassula dropping limbs

    My first thought was root rot also.Is the compost really damp?I find just some water in winter helps them to flower.
    My first thought was root rot also.Is the compost really damp?I find just some water in winter helps them to flower.
    My first thought was root rot also.Is the compost really damp?I find just some water in winter helps them to flower.
    My first thought was root rot also.Is the compost really damp?I find just some water in winter helps them to flower.
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  19. ashley1234

    areca palm scale

    Yes it is a pot plant, so worth a try if it still returns , thanks for this tip.
    Yes it is a pot plant, so worth a try if it still returns , thanks for this tip.
    Yes it is a pot plant, so worth a try if it still returns , thanks for this tip.
    Yes it is a pot plant, so worth a try if it still returns , thanks for this tip.
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  20. Kevin Cowans

    Can 'Japanese Anemone' be Hard Pruned?

    Hello @peteThanks for the reply and the information.Kevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply and the information.Kevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply and the information.Kevin
    Hello @peteThanks for the reply and the information.Kevin
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    2
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    412

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