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6 messages
28/02/2008 at 12:18
if growing might used straw or old newspapers net currants work quite well as well with star tho have net it down on an exposed site
28/02/2008 at 15:41
A question about fleece that nobody has answered yet is when you use it to protect against pea moth how do the pollinating insects get to the pea flowers?
19/09/2008 at 14:28
What about desert plants that don't mind cold but hate wet? I don't think fleece is the answer.
08/11/2008 at 13:36
I like to use fleece in a bag shape, a quick tack up with some thread around 3 sides, but leaving a tiny hole ont the bottom side, and I plant my baskets up early in the greenhouse then when its at that time you are swithering or not if its safe to put them out or not, I slip the hanging basket chain hook through the hole and hang it up outside in situ, then I can pull it over the basket quickly at night, then its just as easy in the am.You can buy something similar but they are expensive.
09/11/2008 at 17:50
I think if you mix a lot of gravel and sharp sand in the soil/pot this helps, especially for things like the more frost-resistant agaves, succulents.
28/11/2011 at 18:30
What did people use before fleece was invented?
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