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Plant ID please??

Posted: 14/07/2014 at 11:49

Hi All

I would like help ID'ing the plant pictured below please.  It was from a pack of mixed annual seeds and is taking over my borders a little, I do not want to get rid of them before they flower though so could anyone tell me what it is please?

Many thanks in advance kind

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Cox Orange Pippin tree not looking too healthy, tips please??

Posted: 09/07/2014 at 11:18

Hi pansyface, thanks again for the advice, I shall stop feeding it straight away and take a tough love approach.

Bobthegardener, thank you also for the pruning info, this should probably have been done last winter, will i need to wait until this coming winter to prune or would pruning now be of any help?

 

Cox Orange Pippin tree not looking too healthy, tips please??

Posted: 07/07/2014 at 20:16

Hi pansyface, thanks for taking the time to reply. The tree has not been sprayed for mildew, is this something that is necessary for apple trees?  How often do i need to do this and with what spray?

The tree gets plenty of sun, gets fed growmore once a week and is watered regularly, if anything it may be that the ground is too wet as we are at the bottom of a bank but the other apple tree is doing fine So that shouldnt really be the problem.

buddyboy, thanks for trying to help, I actually have a Clemantine shrub so your reply was not totally unhelpful. 

Cox Orange Pippin tree not looking too healthy, tips please??

Posted: 07/07/2014 at 15:17

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Hi all 

i have had a cox orange pippin dwarf tree for a couple of years now, last year we got some apples that did not get to full size so I was expecting this years to be great.  In spring things looked very promising, lots of blossom but this changed very quickly and now it looms a shadow of its former self.  I have attached lots of pics, can anyone tell me what i can do to revive it please??  I do also have a laxtons superb tree in the same soil a few metres away and that is doing brilliantly So i am stumped....???

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Advice with a clear exterior wood varnish to protect cut logs please??

Posted: 10/05/2014 at 07:36

Thanks for the replies folks, I was kicking myself when I read the word preservative as I just couldn't think of the word when I wrote last reply.

I shall look for some of the ronseal clear as I find their products fairly reliable.

Cheers Again!

Advice with a clear exterior wood varnish to protect cut logs please??

Posted: 05/05/2014 at 19:48

Hi there, thanks a lot for taking the time to reply.  We were hoping to keep the logs just as their natural colour so wanted to use a clear sealant, is there such a thing as exterior clear stain/sealant please?

Advice with a clear exterior wood varnish to protect cut logs please??

Posted: 05/05/2014 at 17:32

Hi All

 

We are doing up our front garden and instead of paving it we have got hold of a whole tree trunk which we have had cut into log discs, dried out and we are going to use these as circle patterns instead of paving stones.

To ensure these logs last a good while I want to protect them using a varnish or treatment of somekind, can anyone recommend some clear wood varnish that would do a good job of this please?   I am not working so cannot afford mega expensive stuff, maybe £30 max if poss.

Many Thanks in advance for any help! Hope you have all had a lovely bank holiday weekend.

Help ID my plant please???

Posted: 23/04/2014 at 08:13

Thanks all, that has helped lots!

Help ID my plant please???

Posted: 22/04/2014 at 10:37

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 Hi All

Please can you tell me what plant this is?  It was kindly given to us by a neighbour when they moved house, I want to plant it in the garden but I need to know more about how to care for it first.

Many Thanks for any help you can offer!

Advice on small plant for our bathroom please?

Posted: 29/11/2013 at 20:33

Thanks all, Maidenhair fern it is then!  

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