I visit both Nutcutlet's and Hostafan's gardens fairly regularly - both beautiful and full of healthy plants - I would have no hesitation in following their examples.
That's what I like to hear
Good morning all G'day Pat
Lots of rain overnight ... Glad I cut the back grass yesterday ... It's looking good ... Wonder if the rain will stop like it did yesterday so I can get out there again, or is it going to be a knitting day?
Can't keep my eyes open GWRS ...Zzzzzzzz
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Most trees naturally shed some fruit in or around June .- This is called The June Drop -wait until after that has happened before you decide whether you need to remove any more.
Well, id say it's definitely one of the willow herbs - not sure which one, but a willow herb nevertheless.
Night night all ..........
No probs MU
Sweet dreams everyone
If you're sowing direct where the plants will continue to grow they'll be fine with the compost that's already there
debs64 says:... The other orange I grow is nasturtiums but always get a lot of leaf and few flowers See original post
... The other orange I grow is nasturtiums but always get a lot of leaf and few flowers
Debs that's usually 'cos the soil's too rich ... if you grow them in soil as poor as you've got, or the compost from last year's tubs of bedding or similar, without fertiliser, you'll get more flowers.