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Hardy Geraniums - too late to replant?

Posted: 25/05/2015 at 20:00

go for it Beck we did some today no probs.

Can anyone tell me what type of plants these are?

Posted: 25/05/2015 at 19:55

no 3 looks same as our Astilbe

Is my cherry dying?

Posted: 23/05/2015 at 20:11

can you put a pic on Mat


Posted: 15/05/2015 at 11:28

just the same as ours and smells divine and used all the time no probs 

Eating paper?

Posted: 15/05/2015 at 11:26

Pansy the state of my homework in the old days that was the best place for it,

Baby Blue Tit

Posted: 15/05/2015 at 11:25

Well done Clarice Mi Duck,nice one ,

Climber that is not bushy and will be ok in a pot!

Posted: 15/05/2015 at 11:20

Hi Lass,we had to make the same decisions as you some time ago so we plumbed for a strong Clematis that would be there a long time ,so we took cuttings of Montana as we already had that on a fence, and knew it was a tough one and we could keep it sweet with adding new soil/compost each year with no adverse effects, we have white and pink and it took off just fine. The other Clematis we used was group 3 these we cut down each year and into the greenhouse for winter very easy as we can alternate the positions of the colours when we bring them out again, our passion plant I keep well under control as they can grow very strong but look fantastic well worth getting  as Pansy says, one  thing i think thats important is preparing the wall with the trellis or whatever you choose as the more help they get the better they are ,for  feed ,we used comfry tea a touch of free seaweed tea ( live on coast ) and some slow release, pic one is the plant we took the cutting s off ,pic 2 the new Montana , good luck.  



Repotting - a word to the wise

Posted: 12/05/2015 at 16:17

Im joining the club as well ,only mine was a fig tree, if ever you have grown one you will understand the job I had, lesson well learnt then Iydiaann, sunny erein Muns Norfolk,

Elderly honeysuckle

Posted: 05/05/2015 at 12:14

Hi M7 This year we cut a 9 foot Honey down to 14 inches, also just nothing flowering down below ,it now has just masses of new growth ,go to  RHS is always a good starter for info


ID please

Posted: 05/05/2015 at 11:56

Morning all ,,we have another new visitor to the garden it seems Kate's constant weeding is paying off,lots of new plants are coming through that weve not seen before,this is a tulip like looking plant but iv never seen such a nice flower from a tulip sort a plant , pics time help please ,if we find out what it is were getting more its a cracker,Tar mi ducks,

Raining herein Muns Norfolk,rain reached down 5 inches in the soil through the night the plants are as happy as Larry who ever he was ??



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group 3 clematis

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new Rhubarb

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water butt

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Central heating not an ad,

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just info

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its here

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Pennesetum I think

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wot to do now

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Fuchsias winter to do

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Fat balls in plastic NO

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