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  1. carol ann

    cordyline stems

    Its up to you really. how tall is it? Is it green leaved or coloured? Suddenly you say, could this be a flower stem maybe? If its sprung up all of a sudden I reckon it could be.
    Its up to you really. how tall is it? Is it green leaved or coloured? Suddenly you say, could this be a flower stem maybe? If its sprung up all of a sudden I reckon it could be.
    Its up to you really. how tall is it? Is it green leaved or coloured? Suddenly you say, could this be a flower stem maybe? If its sprung up all of a sudden I reckon it could be.
    Its up to you really. how tall is it? Is it green leaved or coloured? Suddenly you say, could this be a flower stem maybe? If its sprung up all of a sudden I reckon it could be.
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  2. Webmaster

    Kiwi (again !!)

    I do remember that they can bleed when cut in a similar way to grape vines.
    I do remember that they can bleed when cut in a similar way to grape vines.
    I do remember that they can bleed when cut in a similar way to grape vines.
    I do remember that they can bleed when cut in a similar way to grape vines.
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  3. terrijane

    very large yucca

    I take it this is the spineless yucca (yucca elephantipies) If so your lucky to get away with it outside all year, must be your mild winters there on the south coast. You can do whatever you like...
    I take it this is the spineless yucca (yucca elephantipies) If so your lucky to get away with it outside all year, must be your mild winters there on the south coast. You can do whatever you like with it, but it seems a shame to cut the top off. I think i'd leave it and just tidy up any dead...
    I take it this is the spineless yucca (yucca elephantipies) If so your lucky to get away with it outside all year, must be your mild winters there on the south coast. You can do whatever you like with it, but it seems a shame to cut the top off....
    I take it this is the spineless yucca (yucca elephantipies) If so your lucky to get away with it outside all year, must be your mild winters there on the south coast. You can do whatever you like...
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  4. Webmaster

    Ginkgo Biloba

    Oh Steve what a lovely site thank you I can never find things like this...but I am only a learner still havn't managed the photo thing yet but when my 30 geranium planlets are all in blossom...
    Oh Steve what a lovely site thank you I can never find things like this...but I am only a learner still havn't managed the photo thing yet but when my 30 geranium planlets are all in blossom �£3.50 from B/Q I will have another go.
    Oh Steve what a lovely site thank you I can never find things like this...but I am only a learner still havn't managed the photo thing yet but when my 30 geranium planlets are all in blossom �£3.50 from B/Q I will have another go.
    Oh Steve what a lovely site thank you I can never find things like this...but I am only a learner still havn't managed the photo thing yet but when my 30 geranium planlets are all in blossom...
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  5. Toptaff

    Tea seeds

    Wahey!!! Thanks very much! Progress reports will follow!
    Wahey!!! Thanks very much! Progress reports will follow!
    Wahey!!! Thanks very much! Progress reports will follow!
    Wahey!!! Thanks very much! Progress reports will follow!
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  6. wineandchoc

    Mandrake

    It was as much fun as you think it was ;)
    It was as much fun as you think it was ;)
    It was as much fun as you think it was ;)
    It was as much fun as you think it was ;)
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  7. Toni

    Yucca

    Hi ToniDoes it say what the variety is on the label?
    Hi ToniDoes it say what the variety is on the label?
    Hi ToniDoes it say what the variety is on the label?
    Hi ToniDoes it say what the variety is on the label?
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  8. PeterS

    Echinacea

    Hello -I garden on clay, and grow Echinacea and it seems to do fine. I love both the flower and seed heads in winter - and the bees and butterflys love it too. I haven't tried dividing it yet...
    Hello -I garden on clay, and grow Echinacea and it seems to do fine. I love both the flower and seed heads in winter - and the bees and butterflys love it too. I haven't tried dividing it yet because I am wanting the clump to get bigger - but have grown it from the seed.
    Hello -I garden on clay, and grow Echinacea and it seems to do fine. I love both the flower and seed heads in winter - and the bees and butterflys love it too. I haven't tried dividing it yet because I am wanting the clump to get bigger - but...
    Hello -I garden on clay, and grow Echinacea and it seems to do fine. I love both the flower and seed heads in winter - and the bees and butterflys love it too. I haven't tried dividing it yet...
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  9. roadrunner

    OLEA EUROPEA (hardy olive)

    On sale in nearly every gardening outlet in my area, and a few other places, seems to be 'in' at the moment. Pretty easy to grow, likes good drainage, not totally hardy, but should be OK in a...
    On sale in nearly every gardening outlet in my area, and a few other places, seems to be 'in' at the moment. Pretty easy to grow, likes good drainage, not totally hardy, but should be OK in a protected area perhaps that catches some winter sun.
    On sale in nearly every gardening outlet in my area, and a few other places, seems to be 'in' at the moment. Pretty easy to grow, likes good drainage, not totally hardy, but should be OK in a protected area perhaps that catches some winter sun.
    On sale in nearly every gardening outlet in my area, and a few other places, seems to be 'in' at the moment. Pretty easy to grow, likes good drainage, not totally hardy, but should be OK in a...
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  10. JUNEMARY

    advocardo.s

    Good luck Ladybird But have you tried them outside. [ March 17, 2005, 07:47 PM: Message edited by: pete2255 ]
    Good luck Ladybird But have you tried them outside. [ March 17, 2005, 07:47 PM: Message edited by: pete2255 ]
    Good luck Ladybird But have you tried them outside. [ March 17, 2005, 07:47 PM: Message edited by: pete2255 ]
    Good luck Ladybird But have you tried them outside. [ March 17, 2005, 07:47 PM: Message edited by: pete2255 ]
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  11. pete

    Yuccas

    Very interesting. When was the last time you had -29 C. Tonight probably been snowing here today.
    Very interesting. When was the last time you had -29 C. Tonight probably been snowing here today.
    Very interesting. When was the last time you had -29 C. Tonight probably been snowing here today.
    Very interesting. When was the last time you had -29 C. Tonight probably been snowing here today.
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