Edd


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Drying rose petals

Posted: Yesterday at 19:03

I thought they dip them in liquid Nitogen now, to save the colour? Not sure how they last after that though.

Wishfull thinking?

Posted: Yesterday at 18:57

Good call Obelixx.


What a great idea.

Botrytis questions

Posted: Yesterday at 18:53
Lyn says:

So do you now use it for composting Edd?


See original post

 After burning It all goes in the vermicomposting bin. No problems after my little friends help out.



If they do not die all is good to use.


http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/tools-and-techniques/vermicomposting-for-begginers/255110.html

Last edited: 20 October 2017 18:54:18

Botrytis questions

Posted: Yesterday at 18:38

Destroy the lot, preferably burn what you can. The spors (grey mould/Botrytis Cinerea ) will over winters as sclerotia in compost heaps ready for the next period of warm humid weather. I had a long period of this problem until I discovered Vermicomposting ( the worms eat and destroy the mould) 


PS. Try sulpher candels in the greenhouse but I'm not sure if they work 100% You may have to deep clean with jeyes fluid or other.


Please look into sulpher candels as Im sure they are cheaper and easier.

Last edited: 20 October 2017 18:45:25

Wishfull thinking?

Posted: Yesterday at 18:28

7-10 years for lavender Muddle-Up and cuttings are very, very easy to grow. What makes you think they do not last? (no offence intended)

Lambs Ear?

Posted: Yesterday at 18:19
Fairygirl says:

Lamb's Ear is Stachys byzantina - a much smaller plant with stems carrying tiny pinkish flowers  


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 Are you sure Fairygirl? you will be correcting me on lambs tail next (Sedum morganianum) 


This is lamb tail and ear and yes they are much smaller.


Last edited: 20 October 2017 18:20:19

Hello Forkers.....It's October!

Posted: Yesterday at 18:08
Fairygirl says:

Apparently they've researched them in Europe


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By that do you mean catching and eating??? 


I thought it was illegal to catch wild birds?


Unless they are using the new micrometer lazer measurment binoculars that I have not patented yet?

Wishfull thinking?

Posted: Yesterday at 17:57

Following on from Doves suggestion how cool would this look.



Google image.

Last edited: 20 October 2017 17:59:57

Lambs Ear?

Posted: Yesterday at 17:44

Verbascum densiflorum, the denseflower mullein.


They do facinate me in how they grow so strong and big.

Last edited: 20 October 2017 17:46:09

Hello Forkers.....It's October!

Posted: Yesterday at 17:33

I would take that with a pinch of salt, Fairygirl. I wish I could get paid for research into great tits.Who funded this "research"?


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