Alina W

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Bug troubles

Posted: 18/07/2016 at 17:32

Are the leaves still healthy? Any chance of a photo, please? plant

Posted: 18/07/2016 at 17:29

Are the leaf edges serrated - they seem to be? Could it be a fruit pip/stone?

Clematis and roses

Posted: 18/07/2016 at 17:24

You should be fine. If you have fungal problems, it's often a sign of clean air, believe it or not - city pollutants kill some fungi. A major example of this is rust on hollyhocks.

Cosmos problems

Posted: 18/07/2016 at 17:16

Try giving them some tomato food if you're not doing so already, and they really should be outside by now, spreading their roots. If last year's winter is anything to go by, you have plenty of time yet.

Clematis and roses

Posted: 18/07/2016 at 16:04

Provided the roses aren't disease-ridden in any way, I think the main problem would be that the soil is lacking in nutrients.

When do shops sell primulas?

Posted: 18/07/2016 at 14:37

I wish we lived closer, wakeshine - I have a massive problem with cowslips seeding into a gravel drive!

Is my lawn recoverable?

Posted: 17/07/2016 at 22:22

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Is my lawn recoverable?

Posted: 17/07/2016 at 22:20

I think this is what was meant to appear above:

Last edited: 17 July 2016 22:21:59

Sad hydrangea :-(

Posted: 17/07/2016 at 20:42

When you say you've given them fertilizer, you don't mean you've put dry concentrate in direct contact with their roots, do you?

And do their containers have good drainage?

Verdun, you beat me to the second question!

Last edited: 17 July 2016 20:43:41

Whats happened to my sunflowers?

Posted: 17/07/2016 at 20:29

Hmmm. Well, they look as though the head has just folded over from the picture, which would be lack of water pressure. Various obvious reasons for that which I'm sure you already know, but still:

is the soil over-dry, causing them to wilt? Is it soaking wet, so roots have rotted?

Less obvious, perhaps - have you checked all ties, so the stem isn't being cut into anywhere?

have you checked around the base of the stem for signs of slug damage? As with clematis, they can eat around the stem and kill it.

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Sparse flowering cherry

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German myrtle, Bride's myrtle, m.communis microphylla

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