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They both come over as warnings to me. The red and white seem clearer.
Maybe we don't really need to use the detergent
Brrrr! It's flippin' cold here and mizzly. I'm going to knit and watch the racing
I'm afraid that until the new all singing all dancing upgrade comes in towards the end of April you won't be able to post from a phone.
See the post from Editor Daniel Haynes on this thread
Do you have access to a laptop/pc? Or could you put the photo on a photo-hosting site and post a link?
Which bugs are you having a problem with?
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You might be interested in this thread http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/plants/jersey-plant-direct/265094.html
I use John Innes No 3 loam-based compost, and I add a bit of horticultural grit.
Lots of useful info here http://www.readsnursery.co.uk/fig-trees-for-gardens-and-greenhouses/
Whichever one has the brightest light.
Mine go outside mid June, when all danger of frost has passed.
The secret is not to start them too early and to give them plenty of light. The ones you see in the nursery are grown in very good light conditions or even under artificial light.
I haven't started mine off yet as I only have a mini greenhouse so I start mine off indoors on the windowsill.
Have a look at herbaceous clematis http://www.taylorsclematis.co.uk/HERBACEOUS-Cut-Flower-Clematis/
They don't climb, and if you don't support they'll flop over and soften the edges of those beds.
If you watch Gardener's World this evening you'll see some