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Latest posts by Anniemarshy

box balls

Posted: 06/01/2014 at 22:18

they are not generally fast growing, mine are in the ground and grow about 1-2" a year, they get faster as they get older!

Ray of Hope

Posted: 06/01/2014 at 22:15

I've a couple of roses in bud!

Cleome - garden revival

Posted: 06/01/2014 at 22:14

I've grown them for two years running and they were around 3ft high, great long lasting flowers but mind the spikes! 

Talkback: Brimstone butterflies

Posted: 06/01/2014 at 22:08
A couple of peacock butterflies are overwintering in my friends house, she is feeding them honey, is there a better food to be feeding them to give them the best chance of survival until spring?

Can't get no inspiration!

Posted: 06/01/2014 at 21:50

Is it land you want to cover and not have to do much to?  It's not clear from the photo if the view is something you want to see or something you want to disguise!

pruning a mountain ash

Posted: 19/12/2013 at 17:39

I've successfully coppiced a mountain ash it flowered in the second year and now has berries.

rose bush care over winter

Posted: 28/11/2013 at 20:49

If you've not pruned a rose before, it might be a good idea to look up how to do it on a website first.  You need to prune dead or diseased stems first, then to outward facing buds to the centre of the bush stays fairly clear, it helps prevent diseases.

Winter Pots

Posted: 28/11/2013 at 20:44

Thanks everyone, I've got a sick looking heuchera I'll pot it up and it might pick up.  I never have much luck with hyacinths the blooms always fall over.

 

Winter Pots

Posted: 25/11/2013 at 20:31

Hi does anyone have any plant ideas for winter pots?  preferably not pansies as I've loads already  thanks

bugs

Posted: 31/08/2013 at 09:49

The best way of keeping them at bay, that I've found, is to net the plants as soon as

you plant them.  However you could still do it now, remove all the caterpillars and eggs that you find and cover your plants with netting.  I use sticks bent over like a hoop and then tie the netting over that and weigh the ends down with stones.  You can buy kits from garden centres.  If not totally decimated cabages usually revive.  I have to do mine today as I didn't take my own advice!

Good luck and don't give up!

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