Alina W


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Cherry Tree

Posted: 22/04/2012 at 13:14

It doesn't really matter, bearing a few fruit won't do it any harm. You may find that the tree drops the fruit on its own in the next few weeks.

Pelargonium problem

Posted: 22/04/2012 at 13:12

I agree with figrat - they've gone out far too early and got chilled.

As already said, bring them indoors for now - you can think about planting them out again in Mid-late May.

What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 22/04/2012 at 13:10

Started sunny here today, but clouding over and I expect rain soon - so what's new?

fairly fast growing shrub in dense shade

Posted: 21/04/2012 at 23:38

Fertilizer should not come into direct contact with plants' roots or it may damage or even kill them - I hope that yours was well mixed into the soil?

You don't need to add extra fertilizer, but have you been watering your new plants? They should be watered frequently to prevent them drying out until they spread their roots.

Lavenders

Posted: 21/04/2012 at 22:55

If you dig up a lavender with green growth at the tips and bury it in the soil to the base of those tips they will form roots and you will be able to separate off new plants after a number of months (up to a year).

Talkback: Growing Russian vine

Posted: 21/04/2012 at 22:28

Russian vine is not ideal for growing anywhere as it rapidly becomes a monster, spreading everywhere, strangling everything and invading your neighbours' gardens as well.

Virginia creeper is a much more docile plant and has the advantage of beautiful red leaves in autumn. It grows rapidly and will self-cling to a rough surface if given something to cling to initially.

Welcome to the plants forum

Posted: 21/04/2012 at 22:21

Hi Joan,

Press "settings" (near the top left of the page). You will be taken to a page with your name at the top next to the "head and shoulders" icon which is your current avatar, and "edit" on its bottom left.

Click edit, then browse your computer to find the avatar that you want.

Click on it and it will appear on the page in the avatar slot; save and you're done.

spuce tree called FAT ALBERT

Posted: 21/04/2012 at 21:27

Spruces can shed their needles in spring, although not usually all at once. If you are getting fresh green growth at the same time it should be fine.

Welcome to the problem solving forum

Posted: 21/04/2012 at 21:25

It could be either mice or rabbits.

Hedgehogs

Posted: 21/04/2012 at 17:49

As far as I know you should release him now - late frosts don't matter, they can cope with them.

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