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I've had that happen, but only to one tulip - I put it down to cutworm activity
Don't think it's any of the plants commonly called Wild Ginger.
Does look like celandine to me - but I can't see it clearly.
The toms, sweetcorn and squashes have been in the mini greenhouse with the top and doors open day and night all week. They've been tucked back inside with the greenhouse shut up for tonight - but that's all.
Was there nothing but Franchi Sementi on the packet? Do you still have it somewhere?
Lots of helpful info on taking rose cuttings here http://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/projects/propagating/how-to-take-rose-cuttings/285.html
Hi RuddGarden and welcome
It's not a plant I've grown as I believe it needs an acid soil and we garden on limestone, but there's lots of info here http://www.hardy-plant.org.uk/plantmonth/2014/may.php
chicky says:Just had a play, and they all seem to work - eg I can get to the Howto section, and enter competitions etcSee original post
Just had a play, and they all seem to work - eg I can get to the Howto section, and enter competitions etc
Jealous here Nora and the team have just informed me that the problem is down to old age ................. of the phone .... no tittering at the back there
Ah! Love jerusalem artichoke soup
If you've already got those weeds in your garden or nearby, I really wouldn't worry about the rhubarb bringing any weeds in with it. It looks fine to me.
Oh dear - that's going to grow into a gigantic tree - can you persuade your father to use his green fingers/thumb to grow something more suitable for your garden
Hello I love hedgehogs (good name)
Can you post some pictures of the affected area and of the whole tree in situ please - that might give us some clues ...