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27/03/2009 at 09:12
Why is gardeners world not on the tv - i cant believe that the bbc thought it didnt need to be on our screens till after Easter. They obviously dont have a garden!!
27/03/2009 at 10:29
I agree with hjc about the late start of Gardeners World programme. It really is ridiculous. Us gardeners have been at it for weeks!!! If you have a look at YouTube there is a clip of Toby Buckland introducing the new show from a field in Birmingham where it will now be based. Hmmm interesting.
29/03/2009 at 16:00
I thought the first Gardener's World was on this Friday, 3rd April? I've set the whole series to record cos I always forget it's on til too late. As for cut flowers from the garden - I prefer to see them out in the garden - it makes me feel too sad when they've gone over and it's time to empty the vase :-(
02/04/2009 at 00:32
I too suffer from SAD but since I planted hundreds of Daffodils which start flowering in early January my SAD condition has ceased. I have chosen Tete a Tete as the taller ones are flattened as soon as they appear by the high winds we get up here. I find the bright yellow lifts my spirits and fools me into to thinking spring is here. So all you SAD people why not give it a try what have you got to lose.
02/04/2009 at 07:13
Help please I have a north facing concrete yard which is cold gets limited sun a bit in the morning and at night I would like to grow a climbing plant out of a large pot that flowers over an outhouse either self clinging or up a trellis. I live in northumberland so winter temps can plunge down to minus ten. Is there such a plant. Poor thing.
08/04/2009 at 15:49
Lots of things to grow on a north facing wall. How about a scented white rose Madame Alfred Carriere interplanted with a couple of clematis? Or Hydrangea petiolaris with white blooms.
07/05/2009 at 15:27
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25/05/2009 at 11:35
my irishes are growing but not fowering,HELP!
25/05/2009 at 11:39
MY IRISHES ARE SUPPOSE TO BE REBLOOMING,TWICE A YEAR BUT THEY AREN'T EVEN FOWERING, PLEASE HELP...
20/07/2009 at 05:01
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17/10/2011 at 20:36
If you cut the flowers of bulbs do they still flower the next year?
28/11/2011 at 18:38
I've ordered some lisianthus plugs from Suttons to grow as cut flowers as they last for ages in the house but are expensive to buy in the supermarket. I believe they are quite challenging to grow, has anyone ever tried them or got any tips? (I live in Sheffield)
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