It's what I use as a basic mix. I add generous amount of horticultural grit to the mix for plants than have a need for very free-draining soil.
Obelixx says:...Dove - how daft can people be?...
Dove - how daft can people be?...
Looks like some people are determined to let us know ...
Ma called it Cotton Easter for years ... until she joined the WI in her forties and made some gardening friends.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-41298630 Well, if people will paraglide in these very swirly gusty winds .............
If the pheasants or pigeons find those brassicas they'll be nothing left by the time you notice and put the netting back.
I'd put it back asap.
You can't blame Wonky ... she's not been here today
I've found it to be the equivalent of cream cake to slugs and snails
Hello Miss Pink
I certainly remember them being very popular greenhouse and conservatory plants back in the 60s ... I've never grown them but I've found this website and hope it helps
Kitty's fixed it !!!
That's Olive Scale ... information here http://www.theolivecentre.com/Home_2/Downloads/ARTICLE-Anthracnose_2.html