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Plant ID please

Posted: Today at 13:51

Yellow tree peony, Paeonia lutea  var ludlowii


Molly the witch is herbaceous and has a reddish tinge to leaves.

Last edited: 29 May 2016 13:52:08

Bindweed in my compost bin

Posted: Yesterday at 22:13

I'm currently emptying a tardis into old compost sacks. I have one tardis, two daleks, a rotol  and  two builders sacks full, and I'm running out of space.

Does anyone recognise this plant please

Posted: Yesterday at 22:05

The one at the bottom is a dahlia.

Bindweed in my compost bin

Posted: Yesterday at 21:37

It should be loose enough to extract any bindweed roots, but I would bag it and leave it for the summer before you use it. If there are any roots left, you will see them start to grow. If nothing grows, it will be ok for use as a mulch in the autumn.

Plant ID please

Posted: Yesterday at 17:51

Potato

RHS Chelsea Commentary Box: Which Lupin colour?

Posted: Yesterday at 07:42

You can get it as a plant, but easy to grow from a packet of seed now, for strong plants next year.

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: Yesterday at 07:38

I hope it's quiet at work today. The boss has gone to France, was in holiday mood on Thursday, and left me most of Thursday's work as well as Fridays. Saturday before a bank holiday is notorious for problems. The impossible we are expected to do at once, miracles take a little longer. Have a good day folks.

My flowers ..

Posted: Yesterday at 07:33

I love the ruffled poppy. Is it "curlilocks"?

Interesting Xs

Posted: Yesterday at 07:26

They could make for an interesting wildlife hedge. I recently passed a red hawthorn in full flower . Does anyone know if is is propagated by cuttings or grafting?

Kitchen Fitters London South

Posted: Yesterday at 07:13

Kitchen spam reported to moderators.

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