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soil

Posted: 10/09/2013 at 10:44
Hi again and this could be not for the first time be a daft Q,,,, Right anyone know if the soil up around Norfolk areas coastal has a type of soil IE acidic or neutral or whatever on average ,i realise soils may differ but im told that quite often areas have a type of soil for that area,i will test when im there but forarmed

Meaning of Gardening Terms

Posted: 10/09/2013 at 10:30
well done Nut straight into my favs for the future Nice one

frost in the east coast greenhouse

Posted: 10/09/2013 at 10:22
hi all its now full sunshine down ere i Tenby, Right very soon a greenhouse for the first time, Norfolk very close to the sea ,what kind of temperatures in the greenhouse do i need to lookout for to maybe fleece or bubble wrap for extra insulation if at all, ill be keeping first year cuttings IE Hydrangeas and young fig trees and plants etc Manyofem Alan

bubble wrap

Posted: 09/09/2013 at 19:57
hi gab i bought from City moves on the net being as were moving ,it comes in different lengths and widths and the price was the best and delivery good, im using it in the greenhouse and new garden this winter

Apricot tree ( smallish)

Posted: 09/09/2013 at 16:58
Nice one Addict ,hate to admit it, I didnt even know a greengage WAS a plum, the info you sent is more than interesting it has to be followed up in Norfolk at our local G/c we really appreciate this advice,and apparently they make exceptional jam nice one Manyofem Alan ( Smily) i aint got non

Honeysuckle

Posted: 09/09/2013 at 13:35
Hi Sheila Go RHS honey suckle its wot you need

Apricot tree ( smallish)

Posted: 09/09/2013 at 13:17
Hi Addict,, never ever tried a greengage, wot r they ? sweet sour eat off the plant or jammers sounds interesting and i never gave the old plum a thought plum and ginger jam we love, wot does greengage taste similar to to get an idea please,

Nettle Fertiliser

Posted: 09/09/2013 at 12:52
Hi Tina it all sounds the same as the RHS (Wood ash may contain useful levels of potassium (about three percent), a major plant nutrient associated with flowering and fruiting. However, the levels will vary depending on the age of the wood that was burnt; young wood such as from pruning will have higher potassium content than older, thicker branches.)
dont forget its a limeing agent good luck

Apricot tree ( smallish)

Posted: 09/09/2013 at 12:42
Hi all again were nearly done for info on the new place and just need advice on an Apricot tree (fan if poss ) weve got a great list of fruit trees to add to our fig trees all recommended by this site ,also Blueberries ,Blackberries, Now what about an Apricot tree, can i do a fan same as the others trees were planning if so which one to go for ? were going close to the Norfolk coast , is it warm enough i wonder or too salty maybe i dont know, hope to get some good info again, also i have room for one more fan trained tree, iv got an eater and a cooker apple, three figs, 2 blueberries, lemon, sweet cherry. now one more if poss please wot2get? right many of em B Lucky Alan

Iron Man

Posted: 09/09/2013 at 09:55
Hi all well the iron men were still going past our place at 11:30 pm last nite ( finished 12 pm, support was tremendous,Total entry 1675 from 40 different countries, now we can escape from our house but all the car boots have finished and now the grounds soaked through, Great info on Blueberries were getting 2 for starters ,were finding all this planning for new venture new allotment and fruit trees in the garden aint that posh fer yer, Hi Welsh sorry i cant do black currents fruit or jam i find it tarty and iv tried loads but many thanks on that one . So all i need to know now is Apricot and one other tree which im looking for advice on so im going to post now CHEERS everybody good info AGAIN

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