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Has to be the compost then BB - at least it was a plant seed and not a lump of wood, glass or worse that others seem to be finding in their compost these days
I'm pretty certain that it will have been in the compost, or somehow it blew, drifted or was carried to your seed tray!
Yes, absolutely fine to plant them in the borders - I usually let them dry off in the mini greenhouse and plant them in the garden in the autumn.
Just thought I'd remind us of all the possibilities for fruit this summer ..............
Have both KEF - what about a Rosé Float
Buy the way, fruit growers, don't forget to make some Raspberry Vodka this summer - virtually medicinal when drizzled over ice cream
I think it's unlikely that seeds of poisonous ornamentals would be packed in the same processing plant as seeds of vegetables.
Someone, somewhere will have done a risk assessment
I agree with Dave - sometimes plants by a fence can be in a 'rain shadow' and although there is rain, not enough of it falls close to the fence.
Gallup is a formulation designed for use by professionals - I've not used it. Sorry.
I know it was recommended to you by someone who appears to no longer be posting on this board. I hope there's someone else on here who can help you.
Chaz see this thread http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/problem-solving/tomatoes/386242.html
Dovefromabove wrote (see)
They look like a mustard-type leaf to me - often included in mixes of salad leaves, particularly ones with oriental-type leaves - usually ready to start using 3 weeks after sowing - use on a cut and come again basis . Yours have just got way too big
They look like a mustard-type leaf to me - often included in mixes of salad leaves, particularly ones with oriental-type leaves - usually ready to start using 3 weeks after sowing - use on a cut and come again basis .
Yours have just got way too big
Posted on your other thread.