Dovefromabove


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Gardener's Garters

Posted: 10/07/2016 at 09:56

Does anyone have some offshoots of Gardeners Garters they'd be willing to pack up and post to me please?


I'm happy to cover packaging and postage and/or make a charity donation.


And yes, I do know that it spreads, but it's just what I need for around a tree stump in a wild (ish) patch. 

Positive visualisation for the doc

Posted: 10/07/2016 at 09:43

((HUGS)) for Mr and Mrs Pdoc 


Would the NDN benefit from a plague of ants?   I have surplus to our requirements 

What is this weed?

Posted: 10/07/2016 at 09:26

Snap! Nut 

What is this weed?

Posted: 10/07/2016 at 09:23

Looking at the blotches on the leaves, it may be a Persicaria, possibly P. maculosa - the UK native annual type which is a common 'weed' of agricultural land - more ways of identifying it here  http://www.first-nature.com/flowers/persicaria-maculosa.php 


but there are several types grown as garden plants.  I really like them. 

Last edited: 10 July 2016 09:26:16

Plant ID

Posted: 10/07/2016 at 08:30

No 4 is definitely ( in my humble opinion ) a rose, not Cistus. Just look at the leaves. 


1. Lychnis


2. Star of Bethlehem (as Ma called it)


the white daisy could well be Ox eye but without seeing the leaves we can't be sure and the same goes for the yellow one - we need to see the whole plant. 

HELLO FORKERS! July Edition

Posted: 10/07/2016 at 08:16

Good morning all   


Wonky feeds him lots of Toad in the Hole - obviously good growing food!


Today's activities will be a trip to the tip, then Lidls, then back to garden and weigh sofa down. 

HELLO FORKERS! July Edition

Posted: 09/07/2016 at 18:53

Hello again  We've called in at Wonky's and she and OH have popped down the road to get Chish & Fipps for them and us and step grandson who has grown to 6'6" since we saw him last  


Wonkys garden is a real riot of colour - it reminds me of a painting I've seen but I can't remember which one - I'll have to put my thinking cap on ...

Help needed please with laurel hedge issues...

Posted: 09/07/2016 at 13:26

I would never spray with a fungicide unless absolutely necessary. It will kill all the gazillions of beneficial micro-organisms as well as a few which might possibly make a few holes in some leaves  And fungicides are really bad for human health too.


You've got a smashing hedge - it's slowed down 'cos spring is over - it's doing just fine. If it grew as fast in the summer as it does in the spring you'd not see any of us for huge laurel hedges. 


Last edited: 09 July 2016 13:26:56

HELLO FORKERS! July Edition

Posted: 09/07/2016 at 13:07

Hello folks  We're in Sir Alfred Munnings garden in Dedham Vale waiting for the gallery to open. Just had a lovely lunch in the little cafe now we're on the lawn under a huge lime tree listening to a song thrush and being watched by two horses in the meadow. 


I know there's a tennis match on but we've been wanting to come here for ages and this is the first time it's open on a day that OH isn't working. ....... but I have got my Dunlop Green Flash on and I've set the TV record the match - wood pigeons are cooing and a green woodpecker is yaffling in the distance 

Can anyone identify this it comes up every year

Posted: 09/07/2016 at 10:21

I agree with Berghill. One of the many types of Persicaria. 

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