Dovefromabove


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unknown rose pests

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 22:52

neither can I Dave. I've tried zooming and enlarging but all I can get is too blurred to attempt an ID. 

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 22:43

Tucked up under the duvet here too. OH just watching the end of a programme - I'll read until he comes to bed -, he usually finds me asleep with a book on my face. 


Sweet dreams folks 

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 20:26

After 7pm he's lucky if you're doting enough to leave some for him 

unknown rose pests

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 18:36

Blue, are these roses outside or in a polytunnel or similar?  

unknown rose pests

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 17:53

Hi Blue 


Try reducing the size of the photos ...

Pruning

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 17:24

I would do exactly that - shorten the main branches in the early spring, and then shorten the resulting side branches to five leaves.


More info here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/3344049/Pruning-in-summer-is-a-must.html 

Can redwoods survive without winter?

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 17:20

If I were you I'd contact my local parks department or the Woodland Trust when they are ready for their forever homes - it'snot a good idea to plant non-native trees in the landscape on land that doesn't belong to you.  They may effect the local environment in unforeseen ways.  


Sequoia are beautiful trees, but they need to be in the right place 

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 16:04

Hello Liri - good to see you   I love waking up with the moon shining on my face - we have Venetian blinds rather than curtains - we sometimes leave the blinds open on moonlit nights and watch the moonlight and shadows move across the wall.  

Questionnaire about gardening for dissertation

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 15:56

  That'll be really interesting - thanks - look forward to seeing it. 

Recognise this shrub?

Posted: 15/11/2016 at 15:15

It's not really a winter flowering plant - it blooms from mid summer until late autumn.  As has been said they're not reliably winter-hardy in the UK and it's a good idea to take cuttings each year and keep them in a greenhouse to plant out the following spring.  

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