Berkley


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Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 07/10/2015 at 15:47


 


 


 


 

What a lovely thread! I've seen so many stunning photos and picked up lots of ideas...these views from our kitchen window are still giving lots of pleasure:

 

 

Sedum Postmans Pride

Posted: 05/10/2015 at 21:21

Obviously in the wrong place in my garden ....I put it somewhere where the soil is dry and it gets full sun - but it needed to be supported and just doesn't look right. I think it may need to be given more space.... Could I cut it down and replant now? Dig up and keep in a pot over Winter to be replanted next Spring?

Indelable marker pens for real?

Posted: 04/10/2015 at 20:35

Going to try laundry markers and straws!

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 28/09/2015 at 18:15


 


 

 

I quite like these two aspects of my garden:

 

 

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 27/09/2015 at 10:03

What a lovely colour! I'm going to look out for one of these!

Hawthorn trees

Posted: 24/09/2015 at 19:58

Sorry I interrupted the thread .....I realise I should have started another one.

Hawthorn trees

Posted: 23/09/2015 at 16:26

We have a lovely hawthorn in our front garden. It is a lovely shape and is much admired early in the year. But come July/August it has always lost all its leaves. What is the problem?

Stipa tenuissima flopping

Posted: 04/09/2015 at 21:54

I follow the advice from Knoll Gardens: when they start to flop, cut them back by about a third. I have done this for the last few years and come August they are standing up again and looking good. 

Best buy bulbs

Posted: 02/09/2015 at 18:10

I've bought bulbs from j Parkers for years - and have always been delighted with their size, quality and price. I know they get bad reviews but think thsee are always to do with their plants. I intend to buy quite a large number of bulbs this Autumn and have been doing some research: de Jaeger, Sarah Raven, Crocus. Yes, the sizes might be very slightly bigger but I haven't found anything to compare with j Parkers and will be buying from them again with total confidence.

Advice for my rose Falsataff please...

Posted: 01/09/2015 at 22:00

That's not grass! It's Dianthus Arctic Fire! It's been a colourful ground cover all Summer (kept away from the rose base but allowed to cool the two clematis. It's now finished flowering and I've sheared it back. It's now a nice fresh green mat of tiny leaves (and does look a bit like grass, I must admit! Lol 

Discussions started by Berkley

I'm so worried about my roses

 
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Look at my mallow!

 
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Sealant for my acer?

 
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Blooming bellis!

 
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Hardy geraniums

 
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Bare stems on escallonia

 
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Looking forward to Winter

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Unexpected advice re fuchsias

 
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What happened when I was away?

 
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Reluctant foxgloves

 
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Dahlia cuttings

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Choisya White Dazzler

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What has happened to my polyanthus?

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Bug on kalanchoe

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Can I chop it (just a bit)?

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