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I find that nasturtiums germinate perfectly easy sown where they are to grow. I never try to start them indoors. I sow in the ground outside mid to late April.
Hope that helps - good luck
One of the hardy geraniums - there are lots - it will flower in the summer and then you and we might be able to identify which one
Most of them are pretty good ground cover plants so they're usually worth keeping.
Brrrrrrrrr! That makes me feel chilly Dachalover - but it's good to see you
Hi Michael - right at the bottom of the page there's a tab which says Contact us. If you click on that you'll get the email addresses of the Web team (and the other teams that are part of Gardener's World at Immediate Media).
Michael - how irritating! I've flagged this up to the Moderator and someone should get back to you soon.
How low is the fence and what is it made of? Which way does it face and what's the soil like?
Hostafan1 wrote (see)
Wonky, if you want no traffic noise, ask Dove about our place, you're both more than welcome to come visit. As one of our guests said " At night the silence here is deafening and the darkness is blinding" Have a great day with your Navy.
Wonky, if you want no traffic noise, ask Dove about our place, you're both more than welcome to come visit.
As one of our guests said " At night the silence here is deafening and the darkness is blinding"
Have a great day with your Navy.
Hosta - are you hoping she's going to bring her Navy with her?
Pdoc !!! Soooooooooooooooooooooooo jealous!!!
Hopefully they're nesting somewhere nearby http://www.rspb.org.uk/discoverandenjoynature/discoverandlearn/birdguide/name/d/dipper/nesting.aspx
Glad you liked the cake Wonky - it was the first time I'd made that recipe - Mary Berry's Lemon Griestorte - no butter and no flour, so virtually a health food - and the cream and lemon curd contain calcium and Vitamin C, not to mention the raspberries