Latest posts by Berghill

An invitation to View June 2012

Posted: 02/06/2012 at 15:50

Well, that did not work either.

June in Your Garden!

Posted: 02/06/2012 at 15:44
Really would like to be able to post a link to my garden pictures.

daisy id

Posted: 02/06/2012 at 15:42
I wonder if this is another Salsify incidence? It seems to have spread itself around this year for some reason.

HELP !!!!!what about ground cover plants- does it work?

Posted: 02/06/2012 at 15:40
I wish the wild violets we have here were easy to remove. They snap off at the roots and then regrow and they seed themselves into every other plant in the garden and choke them.
Mulching is a good way to reduce the problem, as long as the mulch is at least 2 inches deep and better 4 inches. then the weeds root into the mulch and are easier to remove. Trouble then is of course that you cannot use a hoe or you are mixing the mulch with the top soil.

June in Your Garden!

Posted: 01/06/2012 at 17:53

Sorry, no idea how to post a link

June in Your Garden!

Posted: 01/06/2012 at 17:52

Try again.

<span style="font-size: x-small;">Ok,so here is the garden this morning. I could go through and put names on the plants, but I am too tired at present.
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June in Your Garden!

Posted: 01/06/2012 at 17:49

An Invitation to View Junw 2012.

<span style="font-size: x-small;">Ok,so here is the garden this morning. I could go through and put names on the plants, but I am too tired at present.
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Are Echinaceas perennial?

Posted: 01/06/2012 at 17:44

The expensive brightly coloured ones die every winter here. The blue ones self seed nicely  and seem very perennial.


Posted: 01/06/2012 at 16:41

There are various types of Auricula and one kind is Border Auriculas. Guess where they prefer to grow? Actually all of them will survive outdoors in a little shade with well drained soil. It is only that some have farina (flour) on the leaves and some have it on the flowers and it is spoiled by rain, that is why they are grown indoors in pots, not because they are tender or anytihng. After all they originate from the Alps

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