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Like a rose. You need a couple of stem buds at the base for the new growth to come from. I would say three inch from the ground. You should be able to see thick stems where it was pruned to last time. You can use the prunings as hardwood cuttings to increase your plants if you want.
Carnations will be fine in a cold greenhouse. They don't need heat.
allium2 , I ordered my seed tray frame from here. It was close to the deadline for next day delivery, but it didn't arrive today. I hope it will come tomorrow, as I need to get some seeds in soon.
No, we laughed a lot. Steve couldn't see what he had done wrong, bless him.
If your mum gets Tesco clubcard vouchers, you can triple up . £10 becomes £30 to spend on Thompson and Morgan website.
A friend of mine got a pig cake for his girlfriends birthday. Only it didn't have a face, just a rear end with a curly tail in the middle. Everyone except his girlfriend thought it was funny. They split up two weeks later.
What is your soil like?
Acid, alkaline,clay,loam, or sand. Will it be in shade or Sun?
With cherries it depends on the rootstock.with dwarf rootstock, all of these should be fine at 5m from the house. What varieties do you have?
I ordered an extra stand for the greenhouse today, complete with 15 seed trays.
Mainly because the benches are already full.
I wonder if I could get some high level shelves in?