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Anyone had health problems after pruning Buddleia?

Posted: 03/04/2012 at 07:17

Not with buddleia, but I've had it with crocosmia.  I cut a load back and chopped up the leaves to go in the compost.  When I got back inside I had difficulty in breathing for about an hour.  Just as I was thinking I ought to call an ambulance, it stopped as soon as it started.  So if you're susceptible to plant allergies you may want to be cautious around crocosmias too.

USE BY DATE ON SEEDS

Posted: 03/04/2012 at 07:05

Let us know if it worked, good luck.

Pigeon problem

Posted: 30/03/2012 at 21:13

Wyevale are selling large netted cloches.  The net is taut so your hedgehog may be safe.

Help!!

Posted: 30/03/2012 at 21:05

Can you ask your other neighbours to keep an eye out?  Clearly you can't give up before they do.  Perhaps you could put some dirty grease on the edges to discourage people from touching them although it wouldn't be nice for you either.  Good luck.

have I killed my wisteria?

Posted: 29/03/2012 at 07:23

thanks both of you, I'll leave it a little longer, if only to avoid digging the thing up.

have I killed my wisteria?

Posted: 26/03/2012 at 12:29

I cut my massive wisteria back to a 2 ft stump late last summer because it was in the way and now it's showing no signs of life.  Do you think I've killed it?  If I have, is there any easy way of getting the whopping big stump out of the ground?   Thanks.

Your gardenersworld.com wishlist

Posted: 26/03/2012 at 12:26

I find the video guides very useful but they would be even better if they covered sowing right through to how big the thing gets and then how to harvest it or manage it so you know what you're about to take on.

Also maybe something on different types of gardens e.g. I'd be interested in something along the lines of Geoff Hamilton's ornamental kitchen garden and Alys Fowler's edible garden.

Thanks, it's a fab site

Talkback: How to pot on sweet peas

Posted: 26/03/2012 at 12:17
Ha ha I asked my partner to sow them as 'married couples' and when they came up a few of them were in 3s and 4s - says a lot a about his ideas on marriage.

honeysuckle growth

Posted: 17/03/2012 at 23:08

Can anyone tell me whether honey suckle grow clockwise or anti-clockwise please?

Climbing rose suggestions

Posted: 17/03/2012 at 23:04

oh by the way, that was on clay and it smelt like a tea rose

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