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Thanks everyone what a wonderful colourful garden LL hope when i get mine finished it's as colourful as that and i will be trying hard may i say.
Here's another couple of them thinking of making a standard from a couple of them.
Brumbull here is a young plant i grew from a plug.
Bought 6 for £2 from Morrisons to grow on, all looking good.
Can i ask why you sowed so much if you did not have a selling market for them not good business planing good point is you will have plenty veg to eat and give your friends plus a lot of lovely flowers to sit and admire each day good luck.
I like Dahlia's make nice pots and containers for the front door and windows.
South Lanarkshire it's bright and sunny but still a wind not as cold hopefully things starting to heat up now.
Cornflower like them got a dozen plants ready to go into my garden at the weekend.
Not that long back in from getting the area where my second greenhouse is going to go it's 8ftx6ft so i will start the base tomorrow. Must say it's still a biting wind out there i was wrapped up like it was December just wish i had it up as i have plants coming out the door of my other one to meet me but the weather is changing this Sat thank goodness.
Great to see you back Brumbull as your posts of your experience for us newbie's is un valuable in my eyes more so me as my fav's are Fuchsia.s now get posting classroom open again teacher .
As a new member not for long reading this thread is like looking after a P1 class of children come on folks it's a big wide world out there and plenty room for everybody no need for all this carry on from adults. I love coming on here and reading posts and getting advice may i say from everyone the thing about a forum is you can take part or just look in and learn. Being new i can't give out much advice on gardening but it dose'nt stop me taking part in the forum maybe the weather has got to some if they where getting into their garden weather being good these silly posts might not have came about so lets all move on and enjoy the rest of the year gardening.