Latest posts by Andy19


Posted: 05/06/2013 at 05:58

Morning all same here Daisy but it's early yet forecast is good up to next Monday planted my 2 new clematis last night and topped up the soil level on my potatoes plus  tidy up my young tomato plants for re-potting at the weekend. Was in the garden till 10.30 last night last job was watering well soon be off to work i will be out of school all day the children going to a running competition have a good day all.

Flowers or Shrubs

Posted: 04/06/2013 at 18:52

A girl at work is wanting to plant flower's or shrubs at the graveside but not to grow to high and easy maintenance and have colour for as long as possible or different plants for each season. 

Garden Gallery 2013

Posted: 04/06/2013 at 17:19

My front garden is now starting to take shape still got a few plants to put in like my centre piece when i decide what but most of the hard work's been done. The garden was all red chips when i moved in so decided to make a real garden instead of just chips here's the before and after photo's as i live in a mid terrace house the bins are at the front so i came up with this to hide them from the pavement & road.

Before just after lifting the red chips.

 Now all young plant's 90 percent i grew from seed the rest very young plugs i bought.

 Here's a photo from the pavement white planter built from a used pallet & painted.


Summer has arrived

Posted: 04/06/2013 at 16:41

Must say everyone the photo's are great from all your garden's which shows the amount of time,effort and money that everyone puts into there garden well done keep the photo's coming love looking at them. 

Summer has arrived

Posted: 04/06/2013 at 14:34

Same as you FG my Dr Rupple clematis first flower opened yesterday.

 Here's 2 of the pots i bought at the show on Sunday 

Greenhouse full of plants all going away this weekend.

Sign girls at work bought me for my garden.




Posted: 04/06/2013 at 06:20

Morning all sun out here also Daisy so great day ahead forecast great for the whole week just hope it's not our summer while most people are still at work. Today after work i will plant out my clematis plants and do a couple of the wall planters for the fence and plant a few annuals here and there. Got another busy weekend ahead Sat going round giving the girls at work some bedding plants in the morning in the garden all afternoon then going to see daughter singing at night in a competition which she won 2 years ago and came 3rd last year and got girl at work's 50th birthday party in her house after that. Sunday take my extra tomato plants to a car boot sale with maybe some other plants then drop some plants off to a workmate of my brother's who's just moved house and a bit short of money to buy for his garden off to work have a great day all.


Posted: 03/06/2013 at 06:28

Morning all a bit dull here but forecast good what a day yesterday weather wise and went to garden Scotland show it was great had a great day out. Got back home at 6.30 bought 4 wall planter's and 4 nice blue pots that are photoluminescent eco friendly made from recyclable plastic plant's only 2 clematis montana's 3 feet high for £13 one called Rubens other Wilsonii for along my back fence. Thought the price of plants very good took me all my time to keep my hands in my pockets could have filled the car the displays where lovely will be back next year all being well off to work now have a good day all.


Posted: 02/06/2013 at 07:59

Morning all lovely morning here sun out glad to say just in from watering everything now tea & toast then head off to the Scottish gardening show in Edinburgh really looking forward to seeing it. I will post tonight and let you know how it went and if i buy anything good thing is the wife is going with me so i buy lunch & dinner she might buy me a few plant's  have a good day all.


Posted: 01/06/2013 at 10:48

Sara 4 not sure but think it would be alright to plant them more so as there 8 inches tall am just back from my local GC and they are selling of boxes of Gladioli, Dahlias and Lilies for £2 a box was tempted to buy some but being tubers and bulbs was not sure if it would be to late to plant them maybe someone else could tell us.

Screen Advert's

Posted: 01/06/2013 at 08:25

What's this on our screen's with British gas advert they don't do gardening plants & stuff not a happy chappie with this after all they are making PLENTY money from us homeowner's make the screen advert's for gardening please.

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