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New site - bugs

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 19:35
Might be worth turning your computer off, leaving it off for about 5 minutes and trying again.

I'll ask again...

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 19:33
Ok. I was going to pm you as you sound so upset. Lilylouise has also posted you. There is no problem at our end. I don't know ( nor have searched for) any missing posts from you, it must be some sort of glitch. Beyond my powers to sort, but I'm sure you haven't been sent to naughty corner.

New site - bugs

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 19:22
Zoomer, we can see your posts.

I'll ask again...

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 19:20
Hey Zoomer I can read your post. Can you read mine?

help with 2 plants please- Clematis Jackmanii(?) and Rhodedendron(?)

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 18:27

I'm wondering whether the rhodedendron is in a rain shadow. It does look a bit close to the wall.

Talkback: Planting out tomatoes

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 18:23

That's encouraging Evilstampywoman! Have you had to give them any extra protection?

Plant ID please

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 18:22

Maybe wild garlic? Do the leaves smell garlicky?

WILDLIFE PICTURES

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 18:02
Awww! Aren't we lucky?

Talkback: Planting out tomatoes

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 17:22
I have made a decision to live dangerously tomorrow. I'm going to plant out my courgettes. I've had cloches over their allocated slots for about 6 weeks, and they've spent a few days outside, but are looking a bit bored in their little pots. 5 day Forecast here on southern edge of Dartmoor is for night temperatures no lower than 10C. Dwarf French beans planted out about a month ago are fine, (though have been under cloches every night, and during the day when it has been unspeakably vile). Broad beans which I sowed direct in Feb ( under cloche cover) have been exposed to the elements for a month, and are just showing flower buds. Might plant out runners and climbing French beans too. Not risking the tomatoes though.

May In Your Garden

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 17:14
I have made a decision to live dangerously tomorrow. I'm going to plant out my courgettes. I've had cloches over their allocated slots for about 6 weeks, and they've spent a few days outside, but are looking a bit bored in their little pots. 5 day Forecast here on southern edge of Dartmoor is for night temperatures no lower than 10C. Dwarf French beans planted out about a month ago are fine, (though have been under cloches every night, and during the day when it has been unspeakably vile). Broad beans which I sowed direct in Feb ( under cloche cover) have been exposed to the elements for a month, and are just showing flower buds. Might plant out runners and climbing French beans too. Not risking the tomatoes though.

Discussions started by figrat

Bay tree root eradication

Best way to do it! 
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Last Post: 11/04/2013 at 14:17

Plan bee

One of the more uplifting news stories... 
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Last Post: 10/06/2012 at 22:13

Overwintered runner bans

Left the roots in after clearing last year's crop, they've survived the winter and putting up new growth. 
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Last Post: 27/06/2013 at 16:57

Red rhubarb leaves

I've got a bad feeling about this... 
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Last Post: 17/06/2014 at 07:08

What can I use as green manure?

Landcress just about to go to seed 
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Last Post: 19/04/2012 at 16:01
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