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

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  1. Lolimac
    Informative x 3

    Geranium cuttings....

    You will be safe as long as you are not a mollusc.....:whistle:
    You will be safe as long as you are not a mollusc.....:whistle:
    You will be safe as long as you are not a mollusc.....:whistle:
    You will be safe as long as you are not a mollusc.....:whistle:
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  2. Allan Hodgson

    Privet cuttings

    here you go some of the photos are hard to judge but the holes in photo 1, 3 and 4 are all big enough to fit a medium sized dog through the other photos are areas which need a new hedge all...
    here you go some of the photos are hard to judge but the holes in photo 1, 3 and 4 are all big enough to fit a medium sized dog through the other photos are areas which need a new hedge all together.
    here you go some of the photos are hard to judge but the holes in photo 1, 3 and 4 are all big enough to fit a medium sized dog through the other photos are areas which need a new hedge all together.
    here you go some of the photos are hard to judge but the holes in photo 1, 3 and 4 are all big enough to fit a medium sized dog through the other photos are areas which need a new hedge all...
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  3. Hairy Gardener

    Cuttings

    Cuttings taken in September, in the main, I would be inclined to leave in the original pot until next year. Potting on means they will have minimal root, for the pot size, and a risk that they...
    Cuttings taken in September, in the main, I would be inclined to leave in the original pot until next year. Potting on means they will have minimal root, for the pot size, and a risk that they cannot easily handle the amount of water that the pot can hold - meaning that they run the risk of...
    Cuttings taken in September, in the main, I would be inclined to leave in the original pot until next year. Potting on means they will have minimal root, for the pot size, and a risk that they cannot easily handle the amount of water that the...
    Cuttings taken in September, in the main, I would be inclined to leave in the original pot until next year. Potting on means they will have minimal root, for the pot size, and a risk that they...
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  4. nijinski

    azalea cuttings

    very grateful for your help cj thanks. regards nijinski
    very grateful for your help cj thanks. regards nijinski
    very grateful for your help cj thanks. regards nijinski
    very grateful for your help cj thanks. regards nijinski
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  5. Roeder1969
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    Foxglove from seed

    Photos of D.parviflora (reliably hardy) and D.lutea (untested hardiness wise as the first year) are here. PM me an address if they interest you. I also have seed for D. x mertonensis (Hairy...
    Photos of D.parviflora (reliably hardy) and D.lutea (untested hardiness wise as the first year) are here. PM me an address if they interest you. I also have seed for D. x mertonensis (Hairy Foxglove) which is in the same post.
    Photos of D.parviflora (reliably hardy) and D.lutea (untested hardiness wise as the first year) are here. PM me an address if they interest you. I also have seed for D. x mertonensis (Hairy Foxglove) which is in the same post.
    Photos of D.parviflora (reliably hardy) and D.lutea (untested hardiness wise as the first year) are here. PM me an address if they interest you. I also have seed for D. x mertonensis (Hairy...
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  6. Larkshall

    Tomato cuttings

    Chances are you would also over-winter a few pests and diseases as well. That's what's happened when I've over-wintered chilli plants, then in the spring they don't get away as fast as freshly...
    Chances are you would also over-winter a few pests and diseases as well. That's what's happened when I've over-wintered chilli plants, then in the spring they don't get away as fast as freshly sown seeds. I feel they are so easy to grow from seed there is little point giving them heat, light and...
    Chances are you would also over-winter a few pests and diseases as well. That's what's happened when I've over-wintered chilli plants, then in the spring they don't get away as fast as freshly sown seeds. I feel they are so easy to grow from seed...
    Chances are you would also over-winter a few pests and diseases as well. That's what's happened when I've over-wintered chilli plants, then in the spring they don't get away as fast as freshly...
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  7. Fat Controller

    Tuber overwintering

    Now that's what you call a Dahlia !!!! Up to 30 feet tall.
    Now that's what you call a Dahlia !!!! Up to 30 feet tall.
    Now that's what you call a Dahlia !!!! Up to 30 feet tall.
    Now that's what you call a Dahlia !!!! Up to 30 feet tall.
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  8. Fat Controller

    Seed sowing tools

    FC , Longk has a good point above. As the germination rate is very low on Petunia seeds , it is probably not worthwhile to single seed sew in a multi cell tray. Mixing tiny seeds with silver sand...
    FC , Longk has a good point above. As the germination rate is very low on Petunia seeds , it is probably not worthwhile to single seed sew in a multi cell tray. Mixing tiny seeds with silver sand is a very good method , the link below shows very well how this is done , plus lots of other good...
    FC , Longk has a good point above. As the germination rate is very low on Petunia seeds , it is probably not worthwhile to single seed sew in a multi cell tray. Mixing tiny seeds with silver sand is a very good method , the link below shows very...
    FC , Longk has a good point above. As the germination rate is very low on Petunia seeds , it is probably not worthwhile to single seed sew in a multi cell tray. Mixing tiny seeds with silver sand...
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  9. Alan16ac

    Direct Sow Delphinium

    Thompson and Morgan say to direct sow my Delphinium seeds where I want them to flower, in September. Is this right in your experienced opinions lol? I'm scared of wasting my seed.
    Thompson and Morgan say to direct sow my Delphinium seeds where I want them to flower, in September. Is this right in your experienced opinions lol? I'm scared of wasting my seed.
    Thompson and Morgan say to direct sow my Delphinium seeds where I want them to flower, in September. Is this right in your experienced opinions lol? I'm scared of wasting my seed.
    Thompson and Morgan say to direct sow my Delphinium seeds where I want them to flower, in September. Is this right in your experienced opinions lol? I'm scared of wasting my seed.
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  10. noksucow

    lupin seeds

    Just the stems below the seeds. If all your Lupins are finished you can cut them down to the ground and then let them sprout back up next year bigger and better.:snork:
    Just the stems below the seeds. If all your Lupins are finished you can cut them down to the ground and then let them sprout back up next year bigger and better.:snork:
    Just the stems below the seeds. If all your Lupins are finished you can cut them down to the ground and then let them sprout back up next year bigger and better.:snork:
    Just the stems below the seeds. If all your Lupins are finished you can cut them down to the ground and then let them sprout back up next year bigger and better.:snork:
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  11. miraflores

    a new system to water the seedlings

    Take a pressure sprayer, charge it, somehow position it on the top/side of the pots to spray,hold the lever down with a strong elastic and have a drink whilst your seedlings enjoy the watering....
    Take a pressure sprayer, charge it, somehow position it on the top/side of the pots to spray,hold the lever down with a strong elastic and have a drink whilst your seedlings enjoy the watering....
    Take a pressure sprayer, charge it, somehow position it on the top/side of the pots to spray,hold the lever down with a strong elastic and have a drink whilst your seedlings enjoy the watering....
    Take a pressure sprayer, charge it, somehow position it on the top/side of the pots to spray,hold the lever down with a strong elastic and have a drink whilst your seedlings enjoy the watering....
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  12. 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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  13. Paul Blackburn

    How to grow Soya beans

    Hmm I did find this Paul hope it helps.. :SUNsmile:
    Hmm I did find this Paul hope it helps.. :SUNsmile:
    Hmm I did find this Paul hope it helps.. :SUNsmile:
    Hmm I did find this Paul hope it helps.. :SUNsmile:
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  14. 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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  15. clueless1

    Taking cuttings (in general)

    I posted how I take cuttings in another thread: hopefully of some help :)
    I posted how I take cuttings in another thread: hopefully of some help :)
    I posted how I take cuttings in another thread: hopefully of some help :)
    I posted how I take cuttings in another thread: hopefully of some help :)
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  16. clueless1

    Sowing seed collected this year

    If you sow them and leave the container outside (perhaps covered so you can control the moisture, and not let it "flood" :), then it will get warm autumn and cold winter, just like Mother nature. ...
    If you sow them and leave the container outside (perhaps covered so you can control the moisture, and not let it "flood" :), then it will get warm autumn and cold winter, just like Mother nature. I'd cover the compost with something to deter moss growth (in case they take a long time to...
    If you sow them and leave the container outside (perhaps covered so you can control the moisture, and not let it "flood" :), then it will get warm autumn and cold winter, just like Mother nature. I'd cover the compost with something to deter moss...
    If you sow them and leave the container outside (perhaps covered so you can control the moisture, and not let it "flood" :), then it will get warm autumn and cold winter, just like Mother nature. ...
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  17. "M"
    Like x 3

    Seed Collecting: 2013

    I do pretty much the same as you, "M" except I like to use a paper bag if I have one available or even a roomy carrier bag. I've just harvested G psilostemon which tends to drop before I get to...
    I do pretty much the same as you, "M" except I like to use a paper bag if I have one available or even a roomy carrier bag. I've just harvested G psilostemon which tends to drop before I get to them so I've cut the whole stem down and left them upside down in the bag to dry off.
    I do pretty much the same as you, "M" except I like to use a paper bag if I have one available or even a roomy carrier bag. I've just harvested G psilostemon which tends to drop before I get to them so I've cut the whole stem down and left them...
    I do pretty much the same as you, "M" except I like to use a paper bag if I have one available or even a roomy carrier bag. I've just harvested G psilostemon which tends to drop before I get to...
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  18. Coolsox

    How long does Cobaea scandens take to flower from seed?

    Thanks Vicky, first time I've grown them and I am impressed :), definitely be growing them again next year :dbgrtmb:
    Thanks Vicky, first time I've grown them and I am impressed :), definitely be growing them again next year :dbgrtmb:
    Thanks Vicky, first time I've grown them and I am impressed :), definitely be growing them again next year :dbgrtmb:
    Thanks Vicky, first time I've grown them and I am impressed :), definitely be growing them again next year :dbgrtmb:
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  19. Kristen
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  20. Alan16ac

    Germinate Lupins?

    Thats fine I can keep them in the greenhouse :) my others haven't flowered this year but I probably sowed them too late.Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk 2
    Thats fine I can keep them in the greenhouse :) my others haven't flowered this year but I probably sowed them too late.Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk 2
    Thats fine I can keep them in the greenhouse :) my others haven't flowered this year but I probably sowed them too late.Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk 2
    Thats fine I can keep them in the greenhouse :) my others haven't flowered this year but I probably sowed them too late.Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk 2
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