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Latest posts by Daniel Haynes

Scrapbook

Posted: 10/02/2012 at 13:36

daffodilly - you can access your Scrapbook by logging in to the site, then clicking your screen name at the very top right-hand corner of the page. Clicking your name will present a dropdown menu, with various options including 'My scrapbook'. Just click that, and you will be taken to your scrapbook. Do let me know if you have any problems.

Daniel

gws thompson morgan offers

Posted: 09/02/2012 at 10:27

Hello ahale55, I'm very sorry to hear that you're having trouble placing your order. Please either email helen.riley@immediatemedia.co.uk or phone 020 8433 1113 and we'll get that sorted out for you. Many thanks.

Daniel
Editor, gardenersworld.com

blueberries

Posted: 08/02/2012 at 18:34

Hello Joe, do take a look at our video on growing blueberries and cranberries, which is full of useful advice, including tips on planting and providing ideal soil conditions:

How to grow blueberries and cranberries

The variety that Chris is planting in the video is called 'Bluejay'.

Daniel
Editor, gardenersworld.com

How to give feedback about the new site

Posted: 08/02/2012 at 18:30

Hello happymarion. We don't have any immediate plans to have a garden programme listings page on the site - our friends at radiotimes.com have got TV listings down to a fine art, so we link to them at the bottom of each page of the site. We're currently working hard on other forthcoming new features, such as the weather forecast for gardeners, but we'll add your suggestion to the list!

Scrapbook

Posted: 06/02/2012 at 17:51

Hello Kieran, I'm pleased to hear that your Scrapbook is now working OK - please accept my apologies for the problem.

Sorry, too, daffodilly that you've experienced difficulties. Are you still having trouble accessing your Scrapbook. If so, do let me know, and I'll ask our technical team to look into it for you.

Thanks,

Daniel
Editor, gardenersworld.com

Talkback: How to grow aubergines

Posted: 06/02/2012 at 17:36

Good luck with that, supersuzie1 - do keep us posted.

Phil3 - you can start off aubergines in a small heated propagator (please see link below), but the plants do need heat once they've outgrown that. It might be worth a try anyway, and we might be blessed with a sufficiently hot summer to ripen the fruits. Or, alternatively, consider a crop that doesn't feel the cold quite as much!

kimi2000 - do take a look at our practical guide to growing aubergines, and Kate Bradbury's blog on the subject. Good luck

Gardeners World PDF's

Posted: 06/02/2012 at 13:42

Hello plainleaf. In response to your question, the price for the digital edition includes 20% VAT, which is applicable to digital editions, but not print magazines. The most cost-effective method of purchasing the magazine is by taking out a subscription, and soon (spring) we'll be offering a free digital copy to print subscribers. I hope this answers your question.

How to give feedback about the new site

Posted: 31/01/2012 at 10:26

Hello SkyeSteve, thanks for your message, which I've just picked up and will respond to shortly. Just click your name at the top right of the screen (when you're logged in), and the number of messages will appear in brackets: 'My messages (1)'.
To access your Scrapbook, again, just click your name, top right, and click 'My scrapbook'. Do let me know if you have any further problems.

Daniel
Editor, gardenersworld.com

How to give feedback about the new site

Posted: 30/01/2012 at 16:22

Hello daffodilly, I'm sorry if you're experiencing problems accessing your Scrapbook. Is it not appearing at all, or is there a more specific problem? If you can give me a little detail, I'll look into it for you.

Daniel
Editor, gardenersworld.com

Work in Progress

Posted: 27/01/2012 at 16:05

Commiserations about the log stack, Eddie! That must have been very galling. You're quite right that there are never enough hours in the day for gardening, and this can be true of plots much smaller than your own. Don't be discouraged, though, by your amazing achievements so far. And don't feel that you have to tackle it all at once - you can always call uncultivated areas your 'wildlife garden'!

You might find our video on wave planting, featuring Carol Klein, useful when planning how to fill large spaces. Keep up the good work!

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