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Hosta's

Posted: 28/03/2013 at 17:55

Red Dahila's first pic

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BGWnS-oCAAEqTLf.jpg:large

Easter ..........................

Posted: 28/03/2013 at 17:52
http://s3.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/20687.jpg?width=350

 And Happy Easter from me!

frerfox

Posted: 28/03/2013 at 15:45
Firefox is a web browser, like Internet Explorer or Google Chrome. If you use one of the others ( as listed) you can probably delete the program.

Hosta's

Posted: 28/03/2013 at 12:24
Will post Red Dahlia's pics later on - sunny here so gardening and only on iPad at the mo.

WEATHER this week

Posted: 28/03/2013 at 08:09
Beautiful sunshine here, no snow but temp hovering around freezing. Hope it's still sunny when I get up later from post work kip.

Forum names

Posted: 27/03/2013 at 19:57

I think this is a wonderful idea...http://www.cinnamon.org.uk/home.php

what do u think this might be

Posted: 27/03/2013 at 19:53

Don't over do it...you might cook whatever it is and then you'll never know... 

Too cold to relocate perennials?

Posted: 27/03/2013 at 19:50

Hmm. Not sure what current soil/weather conditions are in Woking (which I believe is where the OP is from). Maybe Tim Burr might consider pre-treating the prospective sites with cloches or similar to make the new homes a little more welcoming. And if that was done...I'd vote for moving. 

Forum names

Posted: 27/03/2013 at 19:24

Penny's a red setter/border collie cross. Fortunately she's got a collie brain and a red setter's looks.

ROSES

Posted: 27/03/2013 at 18:32
obelixx wrote (see)

You ned to tie the main stems to the arch so you can see the structure and stop it all flapping around in strong winds.   Use garden twine, not wires, and tie stems loosely with a figure of 8 looping round the frame and then crossing before looping round the stems.  This allows room for growth and a bit of movement but keeps it all stable.

I use this stuff - I think it's called Flexi-tie. It's a stretchy plasic which has some give in it to allow for stem growth. It's a dark brown which 'disappears' visually, and doesn't rot like garden twine. Re-usable too!

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/20628.jpg?width=113&height=150&mode=max

 

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: 10/05/2012 at 21:12

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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