Latest posts by Alan4711

New bed is on a layer of paving about 12-18 inches deep -help!

Posted: 13/04/2013 at 15:40
Hi TDM if your in the rear garden you could simply build raised beds,at our allotment we have only 12" of soil so we all raise with top soil and manure then mulch as much as we can,if looks arnt important scaffold boards cost about ??4 each and work perfectly,if you want nicer looking ones upmarket the timber


Posted: 10/04/2013 at 19:07
Hi green ,,,,, old allotmenteers all agree dip or wipe the peas in paraffin before planting no mice probs ,it doesn't harm the pea in any way as all the growth is from the inside of the pea and new, i even remember my granddad doing it as he had lots of mice on his allotments (3)

Theft of Patio Planters and Containers

Posted: 10/04/2013 at 17:00
Hi Pat what about a garage approach light, BandQ about ??12 anyone approaches the area you have set it to and the whole place lights up , usually used for garage driveways easy and cheap
Good luck Alan

baby corn

Posted: 10/04/2013 at 13:18
Cheers Bob im going to try those minipops ill come back and report results many thanks matey

japanese knot weed

Posted: 10/04/2013 at 13:13
Catherine Hi,the last thing i want to do is worry you but Hypercharliefarley is dead right it is a serious problem even if its coming from another property get advice now, legalities can become serious as i have been through this with a house i was buying ,No mortgages are available with this problem,the council will help DO NOT cut it down as there is a special time to attack it, this is the man who helped me Glen,01559370109 he will advise you if you call him ,he is a good bloke and an expert Dont touch it till you have advise from the right people ,i hope this is of use
good luck Alan4711

baby corn

Posted: 09/04/2013 at 21:10
Hi all its me again,can anyone explain the Baby corn we buy in sup/mar, i don't suppose its ordinair stuff so how is this one grown and can we do it ere as the price once again says the amount i eat i really ort to try to grow a good few, anyone out there 2nite Alan4711 oh and bye the way dove/soto the Shed Monster is still sleeping ,the sheds nice and warm and i,m ready 4im

brand new large slanted grit container to grow herb in...

Posted: 08/04/2013 at 15:54
Diz is this the roadside type for road salting

What type of tree is this?

Posted: 08/04/2013 at 15:50
John 18 my pc says the connection doesn't exist cant get a pic


Posted: 06/04/2013 at 17:08
JH Robert R keep an eye on Wilco,s they have been selling Acers for about ??10 lately and im told by the forum they are ok

up in the air

Posted: 06/04/2013 at 16:57
bent and a little surprised that's all and i got a little SUN burnt yesterday TRUTH one day sun and me burnt already would you believe it

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