Dave Morgan

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Posted: 14/06/2016 at 13:33

Nora, I tried to upload the picture you sent me. It still didn't upload. I've tried to upload a picture from my android phone today from documents and they didn't upload either. If any of the team have an android phone, I use a Samsung, can they try to do the same. The file size was 1.6mb so small, and its increasingly frustrating to find this issue hasn't been fixed. I've signed out and signed into may account and its made no difference. I appreciate much work has been done to accommodate iPhone users, however, android is the market leader. None of these issues existed prior to the changes.

Help please with my diseased tree

Posted: 14/06/2016 at 07:40

It has the look of damage by the viburnhams beetle and its larvea. Can you post a picture of some healthy leaves?

I D please

Posted: 13/06/2016 at 07:49

No where near a Philadelphus.


Posted: 12/06/2016 at 09:21

Pete hydrangea like a moist soil which doesn't dry out. You may have too much drainage in your raised bed. They're tough shrubs and some leaf discolouration isn't unusual if they're stressed in any way. 


Posted: 12/06/2016 at 09:14

Charity so much is poisonous in the average garden that if we all worried about it gardens would be either paved or grass. Animals won't touch poisonous plants and children will rarely eat garden plants. Aconitum is a plant to be wary of but almost everything else is fine to grow.

Dead head or not

Posted: 11/06/2016 at 16:44

It's a peony.

Leaf miner on lemon tree

Posted: 11/06/2016 at 16:04

Yes pick off affected leaves and burn. Simplest solution.

Diseases in rambling roses

Posted: 10/06/2016 at 22:00

Sorry re read it was a rambler they need the flowered stems taking out every year after flowering. This gives you new stems to produce flowers every year. Mind you it might need a total renovation.

Diseases in rambling roses

Posted: 10/06/2016 at 21:58

Sounds like it needs renovating really. Climbers need renovating every few years or even yearly really. If you post a picture I'll tell you what to do.

What do I do now?

Posted: 10/06/2016 at 19:14

Leyllandii can just die after cutting back in my experience. Normally they just continue to grow even if you take half a side away. But it's happened to me, did one for one client and next year dead.

Discussions started by Dave Morgan

Grass ID. I hate them personally.

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ID's please

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Font changed?

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Apple rust

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Where are the videos on propagating

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Small tree ID

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Small tree ID

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Small tree ID please

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Last Post: 16/05/2016 at 19:26

I won't be using the forum for a while

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Last Post: 10/05/2016 at 11:33

Awful new format for forum

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A way to attract slugs

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Best potting mix for Crinum

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Heliotrope Pet danger

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Plant ID

Any ideas? 
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Petition to stop cancelling GW

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