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WOTISIT

Posted: Today at 13:13

hI  there are 2 of these on one of our Magnolias,at the chance of looking silly wotisit please,

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Indoor Plant

Posted: Today at 10:16

Sorry ment to put in to show how dark it is 

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Should I plant Victoria plum?

Posted: Today at 10:07

Hi Invicta, We were the same,so we asked our G/C who said a Plum "Cambs Gage "" was good for off the tree eating and great for cooking ,at present it looks to be a really good choice ,looking forward to eating, good luck

Indoor Plant

Posted: Today at 10:00

Morning Catbe2,we have a very dark hallway but the Peace Lily grows well either about 8/10 feet from a window or in dark places such as this dark corner , at present she has 10 flowers ,P/Lills are a very good plant for air cleaning in a home as well, also thrives in bathrooms ,if you buy one be careful dont overfeed or it will go rough and dark green ,and rainwater only ,,,,ok

What to plant under a tree?

Posted: Today at 09:38

We have planted (or Kate has planted ) under a plum tree Cyclamen and they are thriving, we checked first with the RHS ::  A delightful tuberous perennial providing colour often when little else is flowering, particularly in late winter or early spring. Hardy cyclamen species and cultivars are ideal for naturalising under trees, on banks or in a shady border and planted in association with other early-flowering woodland plants such as snowdrops, winter aconites and primroses. we also planted Hostas and living near the coast we can surround our plants with seaweed so no slugs and snails hope this is helpful  Again a bit dull erein Munds

bubble wrap

Posted: Yesterday at 10:25

Thanks for that Frank well worth knowing ,Cheers Alan

bubble wrap

Posted: Yesterday at 09:32

Morning all ,can anyone who has actually done it give me advice on insulating the green house,I see on the net it says double sided bubble is required at twice the price, I dont know anyone here yet to ask if they have done it, im up on the clips  off the web but the difference in price is about £15 or £40 for a kit , so double or not seems to be the question,any advice please then i can order the stuff the G/H is a  8x6, not looking forward to emptying the green house suppose id better clean and sulpher candle it ,hope this is correct,right any help please is good,many thanks

Alan

Shooting wildlife for fun

Posted: Yesterday at 09:15

One for the wildlife as well, hope they got a clip round the ereole,or was that in days gone bye, bit dull erein Muns Norfolk.

Barbadensis Miller- Aloe Vera Medicinal Plant

Posted: 28/10/2014 at 09:47

Hi Chriss ,when you mentioned  constant outbreaks of acne I thought of  the Neem Oil I have,perhaps you might want to just have a look at it,    NEEM OIL

Good Luck Matey

Shooting wildlife for fun

Posted: 27/10/2014 at 12:24

Hi Wayside The correct thing to do is as advised ,I realise you dont want any comeback from your neighbor so cal 101 and quote 

BASC Air Rifle Code of Practice Firing pellets beyond your boundary

It is also against the law, in England and Wales, to fire an air rifle within 50 feet of the centre of a highway if this results in someone being injured, interrupted or endangered. These offences could be committed, for example, when someone is shooting in their garden close to a road and the pellets ricochet onto the highway.

The Police will not let the offender know who complained,  Good luck 

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bubble wrap

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