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What Should You Be Starting To Sow/Grow/Graft This Month

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  2. lowrider69
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    Sowing seeds 2019?

    Now thats a thought I dont have any small tables or stools, but will ask family members :)
    Now thats a thought I dont have any small tables or stools, but will ask family members :)
    Now thats a thought I dont have any small tables or stools, but will ask family members :)
    Now thats a thought I dont have any small tables or stools, but will ask family members :)
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  3. noisette47
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    Reliable Seed Suppliers

    No they have always been good.
    No they have always been good.
    No they have always been good.
    No they have always been good.
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  5. philomel

    Yay the Primula vialli are coming up

    Thanks M, yes they're rather unusual aren't they? :)
    Thanks M, yes they're rather unusual aren't they? :)
    Thanks M, yes they're rather unusual aren't they? :)
    Thanks M, yes they're rather unusual aren't they? :)
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  6. amanda j

    witch hazel seed

    We have a fair number of Witch Hazels here and I have never found any seedlings under them. Many plants have chemical inhibitors exuded by the roots which prevent seeds from germinating. After all...
    We have a fair number of Witch Hazels here and I have never found any seedlings under them. Many plants have chemical inhibitors exuded by the roots which prevent seeds from germinating. After all who would want to be crowded out by hundreds of babies?
    We have a fair number of Witch Hazels here and I have never found any seedlings under them. Many plants have chemical inhibitors exuded by the roots which prevent seeds from germinating. After all who would want to be crowded out by hundreds of...
    We have a fair number of Witch Hazels here and I have never found any seedlings under them. Many plants have chemical inhibitors exuded by the roots which prevent seeds from germinating. After all...
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  7. whis4ey
    Like x 3

    Winter problems

    I think your memory isn't too bad ... the major part of that fencing was done a few years ago. Four panels were not too bad and were covered in ivy, so were left alone at that time. Their time...
    I think your memory isn't too bad ... the major part of that fencing was done a few years ago. Four panels were not too bad and were covered in ivy, so were left alone at that time. Their time has now come :)
    I think your memory isn't too bad ... the major part of that fencing was done a few years ago. Four panels were not too bad and were covered in ivy, so were left alone at that time. Their time has now come :)
    I think your memory isn't too bad ... the major part of that fencing was done a few years ago. Four panels were not too bad and were covered in ivy, so were left alone at that time. Their time...
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  8. Loki

    Winter lettuce

    Many thanks:) I'm thinking it may be a bit hit and miss re slugs. I appreciate your knowledge:ThankYou: Slugs are troublesome here, might have to re think
    Many thanks:) I'm thinking it may be a bit hit and miss re slugs. I appreciate your knowledge:ThankYou: Slugs are troublesome here, might have to re think
    Many thanks:) I'm thinking it may be a bit hit and miss re slugs. I appreciate your knowledge:ThankYou: Slugs are troublesome here, might have to re think
    Many thanks:) I'm thinking it may be a bit hit and miss re slugs. I appreciate your knowledge:ThankYou: Slugs are troublesome here, might have to re think
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  9. the garden gnome

    windowsill issues for seeds

    The garden gnome, could you place them on corrugated cardboard box laid flat and extra light from cooking foil selotaped to a piece of card behind the plants?
    The garden gnome, could you place them on corrugated cardboard box laid flat and extra light from cooking foil selotaped to a piece of card behind the plants?
    The garden gnome, could you place them on corrugated cardboard box laid flat and extra light from cooking foil selotaped to a piece of card behind the plants?
    The garden gnome, could you place them on corrugated cardboard box laid flat and extra light from cooking foil selotaped to a piece of card behind the plants?
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  10. JFH

    Where do I start?

    Dig the whole lot over. Remove all the weeds you can and put them in a big compost heap. Don't use a Rotavator for this as you will be making more work in the long run. Work little and often,...
    Dig the whole lot over. Remove all the weeds you can and put them in a big compost heap. Don't use a Rotavator for this as you will be making more work in the long run. Work little and often, maybe an hour or two per week, otherwise you will loose interest and energy in it.Wouldn't worry over...
    Dig the whole lot over. Remove all the weeds you can and put them in a big compost heap. Don't use a Rotavator for this as you will be making more work in the long run. Work little and often, maybe an hour or two per week, otherwise you will...
    Dig the whole lot over. Remove all the weeds you can and put them in a big compost heap. Don't use a Rotavator for this as you will be making more work in the long run. Work little and often,...
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  11. Fat Controller

    When will be safe to plant out?

    Right, I need to get round to sorting this passiflora today - its not looking happy at all in the kitchen now, with a load of leaves having dropped off leaving only bare stem; what is best for...
    Right, I need to get round to sorting this passiflora today - its not looking happy at all in the kitchen now, with a load of leaves having dropped off leaving only bare stem; what is best for this - sink it as deep as possible in the bigger pot and hope that it spurs on some growth, or cut it...
    Right, I need to get round to sorting this passiflora today - its not looking happy at all in the kitchen now, with a load of leaves having dropped off leaving only bare stem; what is best for this - sink it as deep as possible in the bigger pot...
    Right, I need to get round to sorting this passiflora today - its not looking happy at all in the kitchen now, with a load of leaves having dropped off leaving only bare stem; what is best for...
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  12. Folly Mon

    when to start seeds??

    Folly mon - what seeds are you sowing? As Clueless touched upon, there are a surprising number that appreciate/need a period of cold stratification and these could be sown now and placed in the...
    Folly mon - what seeds are you sowing? As Clueless touched upon, there are a surprising number that appreciate/need a period of cold stratification and these could be sown now and placed in the fridge. I have recently placed some Mecanopsis in the fridge and they will be there until the end of...
    Folly mon - what seeds are you sowing? As Clueless touched upon, there are a surprising number that appreciate/need a period of cold stratification and these could be sown now and placed in the fridge. I have recently placed some Mecanopsis in...
    Folly mon - what seeds are you sowing? As Clueless touched upon, there are a surprising number that appreciate/need a period of cold stratification and these could be sown now and placed in the...
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  13. begoodian

    When to start seeds indoors in Glasgow

    Its changed in the short time that I have lived here - it seems to be constantly changing, especially Richmond
    Its changed in the short time that I have lived here - it seems to be constantly changing, especially Richmond
    Its changed in the short time that I have lived here - it seems to be constantly changing, especially Richmond
    Its changed in the short time that I have lived here - it seems to be constantly changing, especially Richmond
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  14. Calum

    What substrate to put with seeds when overseeding?

    I use sand, just because I like sand and moss doesn't.
    I use sand, just because I like sand and moss doesn't.
    I use sand, just because I like sand and moss doesn't.
    I use sand, just because I like sand and moss doesn't.
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  15. liliana

    What seeds do you sow in January?

    I've set off a total of 80 correopsis seeds yesterday in my new grow box.
    I've set off a total of 80 correopsis seeds yesterday in my new grow box.
    I've set off a total of 80 correopsis seeds yesterday in my new grow box.
    I've set off a total of 80 correopsis seeds yesterday in my new grow box.
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  16. Jason85

    What are you up to today

    Total cost on the decking is £65 so far, when I'm done I'll put on a post so everyone can do a diy deck and I'll explain how I done it
    Total cost on the decking is £65 so far, when I'm done I'll put on a post so everyone can do a diy deck and I'll explain how I done it
    Total cost on the decking is £65 so far, when I'm done I'll put on a post so everyone can do a diy deck and I'll explain how I done it
    Total cost on the decking is £65 so far, when I'm done I'll put on a post so everyone can do a diy deck and I'll explain how I done it
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  17. james swann

    what 's the best unheated propagator you've used?

    I have never bought an unheated propagator as such. I have always bought seed trays at £1 or less, and seperate transparent tops for £1. I have 20 or more of these combinations, but they have...
    I have never bought an unheated propagator as such. I have always bought seed trays at £1 or less, and seperate transparent tops for £1. I have 20 or more of these combinations, but they have never cost more than £2 each. The tops don't have vents which makes them cheaper - so what. If you want...
    I have never bought an unheated propagator as such. I have always bought seed trays at £1 or less, and seperate transparent tops for £1. I have 20 or more of these combinations, but they have never cost more than £2 each. The tops don't have...
    I have never bought an unheated propagator as such. I have always bought seed trays at £1 or less, and seperate transparent tops for £1. I have 20 or more of these combinations, but they have...
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  18. TaraMaiden
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    Well I'll be Plumeria-ed....

    ...UPDATE:Well, all but two of the Plumeria seeds have sprouted, and once planted, have shot up considerably. Currently looking very healthy living on my West- and South-facing window sills, but...
    ...UPDATE:Well, all but two of the Plumeria seeds have sprouted, and once planted, have shot up considerably. Currently looking very healthy living on my West- and South-facing window sills, but the sunny blast we have been enjoying lately, seems to be taking a back seat at the moment, so the...
    ...UPDATE:Well, all but two of the Plumeria seeds have sprouted, and once planted, have shot up considerably. Currently looking very healthy living on my West- and South-facing window sills, but the sunny blast we have been enjoying lately,...
    ...UPDATE:Well, all but two of the Plumeria seeds have sprouted, and once planted, have shot up considerably. Currently looking very healthy living on my West- and South-facing window sills, but...
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  19. wiseowl

    Wallflowers Sowing

    I think KFF has diagnosed my problem - last lot of wallflowers were in the conservatory.......after reading your comment, I have moved the latest sowings outside. Thank you for the advice.
    I think KFF has diagnosed my problem - last lot of wallflowers were in the conservatory.......after reading your comment, I have moved the latest sowings outside. Thank you for the advice.
    I think KFF has diagnosed my problem - last lot of wallflowers were in the conservatory.......after reading your comment, I have moved the latest sowings outside. Thank you for the advice.
    I think KFF has diagnosed my problem - last lot of wallflowers were in the conservatory.......after reading your comment, I have moved the latest sowings outside. Thank you for the advice.
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  20. 2nd_bassoon

    Wallflowers

    Thanks guys, the seeds were a spur-of-the-moment purchase, I had a feeling it was wrong at the time but live and learn :rolleyespink: I've potted them on and moved them into the coldframe for now (no space to...
    Thanks guys, the seeds were a spur-of-the-moment purchase, I had a feeling it was wrong at the time but live and learn :rolleyespink: I've potted them on and moved them into the coldframe for now (no space to plant them out properly), so we'll see how they go.
    Thanks guys, the seeds were a spur-of-the-moment purchase, I had a feeling it was wrong at the time but live and learn :rolleyespink: I've potted them on and moved them into the coldframe for now (no space to plant them out properly), so we'll see how they go.
    Thanks guys, the seeds were a spur-of-the-moment purchase, I had a feeling it was wrong at the time but live and learn :rolleyespink: I've potted them on and moved them into the coldframe for now (no space to...
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  21. Val..

    Violas from seed

    Think I'll go for that!!!! :thumbsup:Val
    Think I'll go for that!!!! :thumbsup:Val
    Think I'll go for that!!!! :thumbsup:Val
    Think I'll go for that!!!! :thumbsup:Val
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  22. Fat Controller

    Vermiculite or Perlite

    Well, the vermiculite was delivered today; stopping compost compaction is one of the key things I want from it really, and if it retains moisture whilst at it, so much the better.
    Well, the vermiculite was delivered today; stopping compost compaction is one of the key things I want from it really, and if it retains moisture whilst at it, so much the better.
    Well, the vermiculite was delivered today; stopping compost compaction is one of the key things I want from it really, and if it retains moisture whilst at it, so much the better.
    Well, the vermiculite was delivered today; stopping compost compaction is one of the key things I want from it really, and if it retains moisture whilst at it, so much the better.
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  23. marjoriesseedling

    Ventilation and propagation

    Another question is, where is the propagator ? Is it inside by a window. If so, you want to be careful you do not turn the propagator into a solar oven. Though if you have a taste for roasted...
    Another question is, where is the propagator ? Is it inside by a window. If so, you want to be careful you do not turn the propagator into a solar oven. Though if you have a taste for roasted seeds :)
    Another question is, where is the propagator ? Is it inside by a window. If so, you want to be careful you do not turn the propagator into a solar oven. Though if you have a taste for roasted seeds :)
    Another question is, where is the propagator ? Is it inside by a window. If so, you want to be careful you do not turn the propagator into a solar oven. Though if you have a taste for roasted...
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  24. Vince
    Agree x 3

    Using Heated Propagators

    A bit late now I know but it's well worth while bringing potting compost and water up to temperature before sowing any seed, you get a much better germination rate!
    A bit late now I know but it's well worth while bringing potting compost and water up to temperature before sowing any seed, you get a much better germination rate!
    A bit late now I know but it's well worth while bringing potting compost and water up to temperature before sowing any seed, you get a much better germination rate!
    A bit late now I know but it's well worth while bringing potting compost and water up to temperature before sowing any seed, you get a much better germination rate!
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