Angela 17


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Electricity Pole

Posted: Today at 08:51

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Hi Folks

Have this in the front garden, and want to try to not make it as obvious looking. I already have a honeysuckle on the big pole. We get a lot of wind in the front garden, waiting for hedges to grow for shelter. Any ideas would be great.

many thanks

Mystery French plant

Posted: Yesterday at 07:35

Is it Lantana camara?

dahlias dahling

Posted: 30/08/2014 at 21:06

Mark, the second one is beautiful, do you know what it is called?

Just look at this seed head

Posted: 27/08/2014 at 21:42

its looks really nice, lovely big sized flowers, beautiful colour.

What's the star in your garden right now

Posted: 27/08/2014 at 15:32

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 Its lovely, when it opens its yellow, then turns a sort of pink and then purple

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Petunia

Plants

Posted: 27/08/2014 at 15:26

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Hi folks

having a ramble around the garden and spotted that my holly is not a holly anymore! There is more smooth leaves than spikey ones. It is not a bought one, it was here in the ditch when we bought the site. will I cut off all the branches with smooth leaves or will they go spikey.

dog lovers

Posted: 27/08/2014 at 10:08

Cangrandmafixit,

Is there a smell of her breath? I got my little terriers teeth done last week because of the smell. The vet said if there is a smell it could be other problems. He did all the tests for liver and kidneys but it turned out she had a bad gum infection. I don`t know what age she is because she is a rescue dog. We think shes old because she has slowed down a fair bit. They put her to sleep and she was fine afterwards. I got it done on pet insurance so don't know how much it cost.

Petunias

Posted: 14/08/2014 at 15:58

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Saw this beautiful petunia in GC today. never seen it before. It was about 18" tall. Has anybody grown it from seed. It is a Petunia Superbissma. 

cyclamen

Posted: 12/08/2014 at 21:53

Hi Nutcutlet,

I'm looking for some for winter containers and baskets. I seen some in B&Q. they were €5.99 for a four pack. Will try the garden centre this weekend

thank you for your help.

cyclamen

Posted: 12/08/2014 at 21:29

I have been looking for cyclamen plugs to buy a large quantity of (about 40) and can,t find them on internet. maybe they don,t come in plugs. Does anyone know where I can get them. Is it to late to plant corms in pots and will they flower this winter. I saw a forum question here on how to get rid of them in gardens, lucky you - I love them.

Also my letterbox is full of earwigs, they are on the letters and they poo on everything. They don't damage anything. How can I keep them out - is there some plant they don't like and I will plant one beside the box, or is there any herby things I can put in the box.

many thanks for your help

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Electricity Pole

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Plants

Holly  
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Petunias

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cyclamen

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Rhododendrons

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lime water

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