Yes, the glitch has returned ... I've alerted the Mods ... hopefully it'll be sorted soon.
Dovefromabove says:I think it's one of the Ox-tongues http://wildflowerfinder.org.uk/Flowers/O/Oxtongue(Bristly)/Oxtongue(Bristly).htmor one of it's close relatives. See original post
I think it's one of the Ox-tongues
or one of it's close relatives.
Ox-tongues have yellow flowers.
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There's a problem on the site which is preventing pics being seen ... it has been reported and hopefully will be sorted before long.
Lovely image Clari
Yes, I've flagged it up to the Mods ... let's hope it's a simple fix ..............
Which brand do you buy Ceres?
I buy Levington's John Innes composts ... I've never found lumps or stones.
It'd make more sense to contact the John Innes Manufacturers Association
Pete8 says:ladybirds are strict carnivores - they will be there eating whatever's eating your blackberriesSee original post
ladybirds are strict carnivores - they will be there eating whatever's eating your blackberries
You'd need jolly big ladybirds to take on the blackbirds and woodies
Also don't forget field and harvest mice ... they'll take the fruit ... and foxes, badgers ....... and labradors will take lower growing blackberries
I think that the term 'loam' may have quite a broad definition ... perhaps some manufacturers use better quality loam