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i been given this advice but '.................

Posted: 17/02/2015 at 19:11

Not just dogs ,erein Muns our bird table has our Robin and blackbirds waiting for cheese bits every morning they love it . 

beware wisteria attacks white clothes!

Posted: 17/02/2015 at 19:05

Cant spell it but forewarned eh.and painful is right,

beware wisteria attacks white clothes!

Posted: 17/02/2015 at 17:16

Hi G1 ,that info is really interesting as I also found that I was allergic to Fig tree sap,it took me almost a year to learn this as I was growing figs and taking cuttings,the cuttings and trees are a gem to grow and the fruits a cracker but the sap can be really strong and burn the skin with blisters and rashes, its gloves now .Good luck

Group 3 clematis.

Posted: 16/02/2015 at 15:57

Angela heres how and when, 

Good luck.

Plants to edge a bed to scare cats off

Posted: 16/02/2015 at 15:53

Red dont spray on any plants and no bulbs or tubers were harmed just the borders edging, you can use the ready to use one its easy  or follow instructions on the fluid, doesnt need to be strong as its just the smell animals hate, our last garden took about 2 weeks to get rid of them and I sprayed every 3/4 days then once or twice a month if necessary they soon find somewhere else to go Hopefully there owners .. 

Plants to edge a bed to scare cats off

Posted: 15/02/2015 at 17:05

Hi Red, I wish i had a shilling for every time people ask the cat question, long story cut very short spray around the areas the cats use with ready mixed Jeyes fluid or your own mixed, animals including own pets  dont like the smell and stay away might take a couple of sprays but it works,No animals hurt they just stay away from it. And if you disturb the soil spray again.I spray around  our boundaries every 2 months it works for us, we don't get any at all and nobody upset.

Group 3 clematis.

Posted: 15/02/2015 at 16:50

As Dove said in another blog Montana's grow so thick that even in winter ours still give us privacy on the lattice fence and are really easy to look after,

Back garden privacy

Posted: 15/02/2015 at 16:39

Hi Katy2 if you do use any clematis i suggest you look at Montana its group 1 no bother very strong and quick growing and looks great. good luck

Office plant suggestions please

Posted: 15/02/2015 at 11:27

Nice one matey.

Office plant suggestions please

Posted: 14/02/2015 at 10:13

Jojo I used to be a pub landlord for many years and the main prob was idiots putting there Fags out in the soil of some really nice plants and they had sings saying I dont smoke . Gave up and went plastic, Know how you feel, perhaps a sign asking the person who took it on themselves to water can buy another fot you bet they dont  Raining erein Muns N,Norfolk 

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