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Talkback: Long-tailed tits
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flowers in wrong season
confused flowers By Blubell
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mulch
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Fox Glove
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25/01/2015 at 07:50
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Plant sales for school fundraising
How to do it? By Peanuts3
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Clementine seeds
Will clementines grow from shop bought fruit By Susan 17
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seed potatoes
any favourite varieties? By Hostafan1
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Dutch Iriss
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Are you brave enough?
Starting again By Bluebaron
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23/01/2015 at 18:49
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holidays
advice on location By rosemummy
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23/01/2015 at 18:24
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mulch
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Ozothamnus solago
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Talkback: Valerian
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Fruit trees
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22/01/2015 at 20:09
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New Pots in bags
By Dave Morgan
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Talkback: Six of the best small trees
Golden Hornet starts off as fairly upright, but at least while it's young the thin branches get weighed down by the crabapples, so that it t... By francesmhendry
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22/01/2015 at 18:28
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Talkback: Five ways to eradicate weeds
Another good way of getting rid of bindweed is to unwind it from the plants it is strangling and shove the whole bindweed into a plastic bag... By Wendy 13
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Talkback: Keeping the heat in your greenhouse in winter
The only problem I find with insulating is that if you dont have enough ventilation, even in winter, the plants start to go mouldy. By diane52
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