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My foxglove illumination plants are there, but not looking very happy - stunted is the word I think that would best describe them
I use those concertina airers (Wilko are doing them for £10 at the moment) then if it rains I can pick up the whole shebang and rush to the conservatory, where the clothes carry on drying.
RubyL, where are these pots; it sounds to me like they may not have been warm enough?
I've just sown some straight into the border; never grown them before.
Fishy, love the picture of your dog
Rainy morning bump; and I was hoping to build some plant stands for herb pots, but it is far too wet. Still all the little pots for Somerset are loving it.
I would get in touch with the manufacturers; they should have a system for this
Well done GFM Peppers straight from the garden are just so delicious.
I have weed suppressing membrane at the far end of the garden around the raised veg bed. The membrane is now 13 years old and still working; the weeds that self seed into the pea shingle on top are very easy to pull up/hoe.
OL I planted up an old enamel jam pan rather like star gaze's, but am desperate to get hold of a toy red indian and cowboy about 4 cm high as the finishing touch
Rosie, you are so wonderful to have arranged this