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Salvia UFO

Posted: 06/12/2014 at 23:52

Bit like me  


Salvia UFO

Posted: 06/12/2014 at 13:21

Yes! Sorry very very very very late reply 

Salvia UFO

Posted: 09/08/2014 at 09:46

Thankyou thought they might be yours.

So me looking for UFO was pointless then lol. I have spread the to speak and they are now growing in most of my gardens so will happily return seed when I get some.

I do lurk here quite often just don't post much as don't have time to follow conversation. I am ridiculously busy...not complaining! 

I think the Polemonium I have grown came from you too? Took longer but looking good now x



Salvia UFO

Posted: 09/08/2014 at 00:39

Hi all

Last year someone sent me these seeds and I now have 30+ seedlings. Cannot find any info online about them. Is it because whoever sent them meant unidentified flowering object lol.

Please any info on hardiness, colour etc would be great!

Bringing back the Annual!

Posted: 21/12/2013 at 20:33

Nemophila a fave of mine along with Cerinthe and lets not forget the humble sweet pea. Really dislike anything "pompom" or double marigolds 

Mysterious happenings

Posted: 14/12/2013 at 13:01

The berries are poisonous to most but foxes and squirrels eat them. Could either of those be the culprit? 


Posted: 12/12/2013 at 16:20

Right caught up on everything I've missed over the last couple of months. Glad you are on the mend James now off to read your blog 

Compost Bins

Posted: 12/12/2013 at 15:34

I just chuck a piece of natural carpet on the top. Stops stuff blowing away, helps keep it hot and easy to leave off if you want some rain on the heap. Rots down eventually too so get another piece every 2/3 years.

Gardening for a living means I like things that are as quick and easy as possible lol.

When do I cut back my Hellebores?

Posted: 12/12/2013 at 15:05

I think its personal choice with most of them. Hellebores are pretty hardy but the flowers can be hit by frost. Personally I prefer leaves off but some customers want all left on and others like just the messy ones cut off. No hard and fast rules just do what you like the look of.

Plant support

Posted: 12/12/2013 at 15:01

Thanks for posting that James. Brilliant, cheap and easy to do. Up until now I have either used what my customers have or have used willow sticks, hazel or dogwood. All bendy enough but obviously not lasting more than a season.

Sorry no pics, no camera 

Discussions started by addict

Salvia UFO

Need info! 
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Flowering out of season

Always nice when it happens 
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Bent and need to replace 
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Not mine  
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Lots of them! 
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Black gooseberries

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Morning Forkers query

How do I get to the end?! 
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unknown shrub

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Elderflower cordial

Nows the season 
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What to plant

Hide dieback of snowflake foliage 
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Hello :)

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