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Can you identify?

Posted: 15/08/2015 at 21:36

Thank you both, yes it is very pretty and now I've read a bit about it I think I'll sow the seeds in the spring. There is a very dark purple one growing by this pink one, so I'll have a go at them both.

Can you identify?

Posted: 15/08/2015 at 20:47


 


 

Can anyone tell me what this plant is please? It is growing at roadside and is so pretty I wouldn't mind it in the garden. The flowers are like a miniature snapdragon. I've collected some seed heads and may sow them if it's not too invasive.

Tidying Lupins

Posted: 09/08/2015 at 13:49

many thanks

 

Weeping fig losing leaves

Posted: 08/08/2015 at 19:43

My indoor fig is suddenly losing masses of leaves. It's been in the same position by a glass front door for 20 years and is 5ft tall.  I've been watering it a bit more than usual as we've had such scorching weather and it gets midday sun there. I've looked on websites and some say let it dry completely before watering, others say never let the compost dry right out. So I don't know if my watering has caused this or not. I know they usually lose a few leaves now and again, but I've never had this before.

Compost babies

Posted: 08/08/2015 at 19:36

They look rather big for baby mice!

Help With Everlasting Sweet Pea Seedlings

Posted: 08/08/2015 at 19:33

Well worth the patience, as once you've got them going, they'll be there year after year after year.........Mine are nearly 30yrs old! Might not be the originals, but they self seed easily. Good luck!

Tidying Lupins

Posted: 08/08/2015 at 19:07

Should I do that with mine as they have only been in the border about 6 weeks?

Short Variety Shrubs Suggestions?

Posted: 08/08/2015 at 18:54

There are several short hebe varieties that are evergreen but will give summer flowers as well. They've some in a flower bed at my local supermarket and they look attractive all year. A good garden centre should have a selection.

identification of a rose plant

Posted: 08/08/2015 at 18:49

My first thought was Superstar. My neighbour has them, just like those.

Making cement planter

Posted: 08/08/2015 at 18:47

Yes it was on Beechgrove garden a few weeks ago.

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