Dovefromabove


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conifers or...?

Posted: Yesterday at 15:56

Hi


I would consider yew, beech or holly ... I think a formal hedge of one type would look good for a short run of only 7 metres.  The ones I've suggested will, after a few years, provide good screening all year round plus good wildlife value, and yet can be kept close clipped and narrow to avoid impacting too much on the width of your garden. 

John innes no 1

Posted: Yesterday at 15:50
NoviceHerbs says:

but RHS says use john innes 1 for herbs


See original post

 So you've answered your own question ... I think I'll get back to cleaning the bathroom ... 

John innes no 1

Posted: Yesterday at 13:03

http://www.johninnes.info/about.htm#COMPOST No.1

Difference between potting mix and compost

Posted: Yesterday at 12:26

 I saw that too Iamweedy ... in the village where I used to live the church had some high sided pews for the gentry, facilitating the use of such utensils without the loss of dignity ... not really sure where they were emptied, but I suppose one had a Ladies' Maid to see to such things 


Mr Google says I guessed correctly https://janeaustensworld.wordpress.com/2012/07/16/regency-hygiene-the-bourdaloue/ 

wot dunnit

Posted: Yesterday at 12:02

I've been pondering over this while I cleaned the bathroom ........ could it just have been nipped by frost/cold wind ...... I know they're hardy but new foliage of any plant can be a bit susceptible to the cold, and the ones I've seen do go brown in the winter ... and that end of the patch might just have caught a very chilly wind nipping across the East Anglian flatlands direct from the Urals.


Just a thought 

Newbie in need of advice

Posted: Yesterday at 10:55

Here you are - this will show you what you need to do


http://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/grow-plants/how-to-grow-potatoes-in-a-compost-bag/ 

An ID Please

Posted: Yesterday at 09:37

That's my thought too Nut 

Growing Brussels sprouts in containers

Posted: Yesterday at 09:34

One wonders indeed Hosta    unless they're just trying to draw attention to their website of course .......... perish the thought 

Last edited: 24 April 2017 09:37:03

Unusual tulips

Posted: Yesterday at 09:29

Some varieties are multi-headed, some only single headed. 


http://www.gardenersworld.com/blogs/plants/growing-multi-headed-tulips/3187.html 

Last edited: 24 April 2017 09:30:21

Is this Ground Elder?

Posted: Yesterday at 09:27

Snap Nut!  


You weren't there when I answered ... this phone's very slow at downloading ... I shall find the laptop ... 

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