cassie


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Disabled

Posted: 27/03/2016 at 15:43
I've heard if that. Thanks, I'll have a look. ????

Disabled

Posted: 25/03/2016 at 17:14
No Kef that's no prob, I had already replied to Verdun privately. I live outside Glasgow

Disabled

Posted: 25/03/2016 at 11:43
Thank you to everyone for their kindness. Local horticulture dept of college is closed, fairly local garden club no longer exists, Age Concern do not offer garden services in my area. I've had a few people in who have dug up plants (they thought were weeds) refused to clear slabs of weeds because they don't particularly like weeding and didn't want to put down new stones because there were too many! It's soul destroying.

Disabled

Posted: 23/03/2016 at 18:13
I'm desperate! My health has deteriorated over the last few years, I am housebound and bedbound a lot of the time so can no longer garden. This breaks my heart as I still have plans I want to carry out, new plants I want, plants needing moved, divided etc. My greenhouse desperately needs cleaned too. I have tried many suggestions from people but always end up with people who only want to cut grass (I have none) and hedges. It's not as if I have a big garden I don't know where to turn and can't bear to watch it go downhill. Help!

Talkback: Growing fruit for birds

Posted: 09/12/2012 at 16:10

Would it be possible to plant a crab apple in a large container?

 

Baskets

Posted: 27/07/2012 at 11:39

That's true. I'll have a look. Thanks for suggestions.

Baskets

Posted: 23/07/2012 at 13:37

Thanks. Good idea.

Baskets

Posted: 23/07/2012 at 12:35

Looking for suggestions. I 'had' a lovely hanging basket of violas but because of the wind and rain they are now a mess. despite deadheading as much as I could lots are going to seed and the rest are a yellow mess. I know I can't save the poor souls so I'm looking for suggestions as to what I could quickly pop in a basket to relace them. All suggestions welcome.

Talkback: Preparing for drought in the garden

Posted: 23/02/2012 at 18:26
Sorry, should read 'potager' not pot anger! That could be something entirely different!

Talkback: Preparing for drought in the garden

Posted: 23/02/2012 at 18:24
Happymarion I had a raised bed built last year as I have become disabled and can no longer garden in the way I used to. I use it for my veg, any advice on turning it into a pot anger? thank you.
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