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Latest posts by Alan4711

green house heater

Posted: 29/12/2014 at 15:32

Maybe the old bubble wrap ,loads of us use it,line the greenhouse for about £20 or wrap the pots up in it works well for me.

Is it safe to plant Neem tree 2 mtr away from house

Posted: 29/12/2014 at 15:29

I use neem oil as a garden / greenhouse bug spray, information via net says its quite a clever oil and is very good bug friendly, and used in many countries since time began sort of, I also found that trying to grow one was a no.no in UK so bought the oil via the net, fancy having a tree full of it sell it by the bucket,

Feeding birds Yes or No

Posted: 26/12/2014 at 10:52

would you believe a couple of robins have paired up in our garden and iv read they like CHEESE so a few chopped sultanas ,raisins,one grape, a little shredded suet ,some cheese,with a little Allbran to keep em regular,bowl of water, What did they eat first yep the Cheese, checked with the rspb and yes go for it they said robins like mild cheese. 

What is this?

Posted: 26/12/2014 at 10:42

I must have been lucky mine was grown on the worst soil poss it grew so strong i had to saw it down to paint the fence and the fruit was beautiful the kids used to pick them on there way to school,BUT i don't know what sort it was ,i was told it was a Passionflorer  Edulis but don't quote me on that but mine was very edible  exactly like the one in the pic,

water butt

Posted: 26/12/2014 at 10:34

Correct iGrow, mine was a Bulk wine container, it is perfect for what i need and due to the amount of water it holds the connected hoses work a treat all over the garden,no water buckets anymore its so easy now.  

water butt

Posted: 24/12/2014 at 14:04

I found it was the delivery that was the problem off the net ,plenty of them about but delivery doubles up the price.and luckily i got a dark blue one. 

I got lucky last night...

Posted: 24/12/2014 at 12:33

DONT tempt it Dove Jacks on his way,

water butt

Posted: 24/12/2014 at 12:30

I picked up a 1000 ltr water but of the net £25 and local ,iv fitted it in the corner of the garden behind some hedge and connected the downpipe of the rain gutter to it ,also for £5 i got the double hosepipe connector for it ,all works a treat ,Trouble is they normaly cost £50 AND £50 to del as many as you want. but i thought id let you know they are so easy to fit and use ,wot 1000 ltres thats got to be  erm a lot of water butts ,and all them taps and stands ,is it 260 gallons about  fruit trees are in for a treat next year,

I got lucky last night...

Posted: 24/12/2014 at 12:17

Wot a let down that info was AL, thought we were in for something fruity 

CATS

Posted: 24/12/2014 at 12:14

Gemma im looking Nice one matey I will, keep you informed 

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Lawn Mower

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cheap but good

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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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Last Post: 22/12/2014 at 12:38

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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WOTISIT

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bubble wrap

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Fat balls in plastic NO

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Rose of Sharon,Hypericum androsaemum

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New Dralek

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