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Posted: 18/08/2014 at 14:47

@Philippa yeah, Id read abut you having to have gloves on as it will irritate your skin something rotten


Posted: 18/08/2014 at 14:46

Hit the nail on the head there both of you.. That's exactly why I want a little comfrey patch in my garden


Posted: 18/08/2014 at 10:31

Hi, thanks for the replies, I have two massive allotments side by side, have quite a bit of space, these are just at the back of one of the gardens, "invasive" that makes them sound hard work to get rid of lol, although its only like this cause I've not used that backend this year.

At the back of the other, I have a space were nothing is, I was planning on putting a couple of comfreys in there so I can harvest the leaves, its easily 4x4 metres and coincidentally it used to be the spot that we dumped our ashes and emptied the potted plants compost on to so its out of the way from the main parts of the garden that we grow in

Thanks for the help, advice; dove, nut


Posted: 18/08/2014 at 09:20


lol sorry to be a pain, but can you identify this for me please...


Posted: 18/08/2014 at 08:57

aww damn... Thought it was  oh well, looks like am off to buy some comfrey seeds today... Was hoping that I had it just growing in my garden already. Thanks for the help though


Posted: 18/08/2014 at 08:50


Hi, need a little help before I run out to buy some seeds, I found this growing wild in my allotment and just wanted to know if its Comfrey or not please, if anyone can help =)

Chilli plant problems

Posted: 10/07/2014 at 15:00
Ahh.. Thanks I'll take some pictures of the plants that aren't right and include them in my email, might end up with a bag of proper hab seeds for next year cheers for the idea, I was just gona complain lol

Chilli plant problems

Posted: 10/07/2014 at 12:52
Little update, most plants are between 3 to 4 foot high, the jalapenos are huge! The only problem I've had is that im thinking that my seeds have been mixed up, somehow I might end up with 10 Hungarian wax plants instead of six, as two of my plants that were supposed to be habaneros but atleast two of them appear to be the wax chillies, so fingers crossed the last two I've got are what they say on the tin... Bit annoyed, going to email the website I bought the seeds from cause I know 100% that I've not made a mistake planting them, straight from the packet, sown and labelled straight away bit gutted, almost spoilt my season fingers crossed these naga and 7pot habs are real.

Chilli plant problems

Posted: 06/06/2014 at 12:39

Thank you

Chilli plant problems

Posted: 06/06/2014 at 10:58

Little bit of an update; Im pleased to say that my plants have now all pulled round within the last few weeks, I did try a few things like putting ladybugs on my plants and all sorts, altered the feed and watering but to be honest when I used some pesticide on them theyve all pulled round. From what I think I had an aphid infestation starting due to the way the leaves were turning I used bayer & bayer provado on them and here's the results =)



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