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Carnivorous Plants; UK native.

Posted: Yesterday at 21:57

Philippa I have a pitcher that floats in a basket in my pond. It was in there all winter (froze solid) and is now flowering! I want to add some others too it (I am fascinated by carnivorous plants) but could do with advice even if it is just limited to where to get them from!

Titchmarsh oin Chelsea FS 2016 Compost Heap?

Posted: Yesterday at 21:53

Kitty; I honestly think Montys father was the Jolly Green Giant.

Carnivorous Plants; UK native.

Posted: Yesterday at 21:38

Is anyone here a carnivorous hobby grower in the UK that might permit me to bombard them with questions?

Titchmarsh oin Chelsea FS 2016 Compost Heap?

Posted: Yesterday at 21:29

I am a Monty fan; but am I the only one wanting to drag the man to a suit fitters and get him out of those ridiculous clown clothes he's sporting? He looks like he's been found in the church yard and given second choice on the good will box.

Weed killers and bird feeding station

Posted: Yesterday at 18:58

Some suggest microwaving the seeds before giving them to the birds (cooled of course) to stop them from germinating.

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: Yesterday at 18:43


Bradford Centenary Square.

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: 22/05/2016 at 13:37
Obelixx: glad you think seeds aren't plants. My no buying plants rule is getting rather tested!!
Lyn says:
Clarington says:


Current status.


I keep looking at seeds on seedsaholic; buying seeds doesn't break my no plants rule til the garden is done right?


Has anyone has opinion on the company? Should I avoid them?


See original post


 I always buy from either that one or Premier seed Direct and Just seed.


See original post


 Cheers Lyn! I'll look at those too. Obviously for educational purposes not at all intending to spend ...... Oooh.

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: 22/05/2016 at 07:57


Current status.


I keep looking at seeds on seedsaholic; buying seeds doesn't break my no plants rule til the garden is done right?


Has anyone has opinion on the company? Should I avoid them?

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: 21/05/2016 at 21:20

Retired to bed at 21:15.


The sign of a successful (hard work) camp at the museum! I'm not sure my ear drums ever will be the same.


Lots to say but so little energy.


Keep safe everyone.

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: 20/05/2016 at 16:31

Having a peaceful (well mostly) few minutes inbetween finishing scrubbing the museum and the scouts arriving. The coffee shop smells of pie and mushy peas which is at least a good sign that supper is cooking!


What are you planning for around the extension Fairy?

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