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Posted: 24/09/2016 at 14:45

I really would like to order a beautiful Clematis from T & M but I can't find any Discount Codes in GW - it's rather frustrating especially since I usually take advantage of the free* bulb orders AND usually order several other bulbs from T&M. 

So, they're getting our Orders, as advertised/shown in GW, but, as subscribed customers, we are not entitled to use any 'SPECIAL DISCOUNTS'!

Rather disappointing, I'm afraid!

Has anyone seen this plant before?

Posted: 27/03/2015 at 13:31

Oh THANKS Heather! SO very helpful -


by the way,


ANY ONE KNOW of a 25ft tall Greenhouse, probably by 3ft diameter -


for a VERY SMALL garden!


Many thanks. God bless.

Has anyone seen this plant before?

Posted: 26/03/2015 at 15:12

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE JOKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's currently growing on our landing, outside the bathroom, so, NO I haven't got a big greenhouse!


Can't I just 'nip' out the centre bud so that it should stop growing tall and start bushing out?


HELP! What on earth can I do with this potential MONSTER?


Many thanks. God bless.

Has anyone seen this plant before?

Posted: 25/03/2015 at 19:51

Hi! I thought that you might like to see a VERY STRANGE plant that has grown from a large stone after CHRISTMAS 2013! As you can see from my photo, the strange plant is JUST the TALL, GREEN PLANT with LARGE LEAVES - all growing up from between a large stone! The other plant is another one that I don't know what it is - it's just growing in the same plant pot!

 Any guesses??????


Of course - it's an AVOCADO plant! BUT, I've NEVER seen one before and I'm really not sure WHAT it's going to look like, or HOW BIG it's going to grow!!!!!!!

Any comments greatly appreciated please!

Many thanks. God bless.

Talkback: How to grow exotic plants from seed

Posted: 24/11/2011 at 15:29
I really like Carol Klein - I find that her instructions are really down to earth (sorry!) and easy to follow. Unfortunately, I'm disabled and lack motability but I would LOVE to attend a 9FREE) Gardening course run by Carol (if she'd cope with me I now live in Northern Ireland where everything seems to be very WET, boggy or foggy, but, when the sun shines - it can be very beautiful here).

Thanks to Carol, Alan, Joe and all the GW clan.

Best wishes and God Bless. Anne Eastwood
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