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pink lady

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 17:10
hi sorry about asking again but the site has removed with an (ooooooops your page cant be found ) most of my info iv collected on here, So some time ago a helper gave me the name off an apple as near to Pink Lady that can be grown here in UK but its Gone,any chance anyone have any ideas on such an apple similar to that type and taste,,,,all info now being saved in another folder manyovem Alan

bramley apple

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 15:37
Hi all ,Right i have or will have a long garden side which we want to put up a lattice type fence and espelair to grow a bramley apple,simply for pies, i will stake the growing wires and posts in front of the fence as if all in one to look ok, now what i need to know is has anybody grown any good cooking apples this way ( i think its called espelair) i can allow the tree to grow about 7 feet high ish by 15 feet ish joining with another tree were getting and the figs (weve already got) all in a line should look ok for us and passers bye, ( no neighbors ) on that side. which apple and root stock please, Alan

something strange on my rose can anyone help?

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 14:55
pics wud elp mi duk

honey suckle

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 14:54
granny do the berries grow easily if i just stick em in a compost,that sounds just as easy as cuttings and iv got millions of berries at the moment ,and a long hedge i would love honeysuckle to grow in
Alan

What are 'SK3' Blades?

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 14:49
Carbon tool steel Japanese your correct again butts

Help! Crows feasting on my apples

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 14:42
Hia Happy ,,if you take waterbutts advise then you must mind your teeth when you later pick the apples, thats if theres any left to pick, and crow pie iv heard is very nice,now thats what i call getting your own back, i noticed new discovery apples appeared in the local vegy today mortgage prices again just to catch all the holiday makers here in Tenby AND they pay it, so i can understand you being annoyed good luck with the crows

My broad beans failed to form

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 14:24
Hi Becky,, iv just the RHS allotment handbook sorry this prob not mentioned at all
Alan

MICHAELMAS DAISY

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 09:44
are we talking about Christmas already oh no !!!!!too soooooon, i avnt got a winking smilie

new-allotment/plot

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 09:36
2 things i forgot ,as Stacy says a good load of manure left on top the worms will do the rest and if poss have some left over just rotting away for later thats what we did,nt do but will on the next allotment, also go round the allotment and see who has the best one , he or she is the one to get to know ,gardeners love to be told there garden/allotment is looking good and love giving advice when asked , starting is so exciting and were moving very soon and already have an allotment waiting and like you starting again,oh and also you might want to know if anything has been planted last or this year because of crop rotation were going to have to do it again like you,,cant wait,
Alan

potatoes-in-a-raised-bed

Posted: 28/08/2013 at 20:26
simply ease some soil away and look as timing them is not always right, i did this also with just 3 large red spuds, they were just stunning and got nearly 5 LB a spud, avalooksee

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