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Latest posts by Fleurisa

Weeds, weeds, everywhere !

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 15:46

I don't know what the central plant in your 1st picture is, but I can see nettles and creeping buttercup (weeds) and possibly a leaf of a sedum. In the 2nd pic the plant with pink bobbles is a weed. 3rd pic I'm not sure looks like a sow thistle at the top but not at the bottom. 4th pic I think is a Geum, surrounded by rose bay willow herb, and more creeping buttercup. Also some Aquilegia seedlings I think

Front lawn ideas

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 15:41

Having a terraced border with a 2 foot drop doesn't stop leaflet droppers and other people walking across my front garden. I'd make it as difficult as possible for anyone to step over it

Clematis Query

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 15:39

I know, I've been looking at it a lot, I'm going to Harrogate flower show on Friday and they are going to be there. I hope they have some of the ones I like.

Sour Apple Tree

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 15:27

Are they small like a crab apple tree? Or some varieties of apples need to be stored for a couple of months before eating

Seed Suppliers who Sell Small Amounts of Seeds

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 15:26

Have you looked on ebay? There are sellers who sell different quantities

Clematis Query

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 15:25

Have a look at this link for Taylors Clematis, you can select on height, time of flowering, evergreen etc. http://www.taylorsclematis.co.uk/

Problem with rose flower

Posted: 09/09/2014 at 16:29

Sometimes when a flower gets wet from lots of rain the outer petals can then dry out and become crispy stopping the flower from opening properly. If this is it you can remove the crispy outer petals and it should then open up

Sieving soil - compaction?

Posted: 09/09/2014 at 10:04

You can use the roots you sieve out to make something similar to a comfrey brew. Soak them in water until they become a stinky horrible sludge with all the roots rotted down so they can't regrow. These can then filtered out and put onto your compost heap, the liquid can be diluted and used as a plant food.

plant feed cherry laurel

Posted: 08/09/2014 at 17:30

Cherry laurels grow in alkaline to acidic soils so I would just use the chicken manure pellets

Weed or honeysuckle please!

Posted: 08/09/2014 at 17:28

Looks like my pink flowered jasmine too, the flowers are tiny and quite pathetic, I'm going to get rid of it. I've taken cuttings off my mother-in-law's 'Clotted Cream' Jasmine to replace it

Discussions started by Fleurisa

Unidentified Plant

Plant with furry red stems 
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Arley Hall and Gardens

Garden Festival 
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Cat sick of catnip turns to cannabis

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Bug Hotel

I'm making a bug hotel 
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Last Post: 12/01/2014 at 20:22

onions

Harvesting 
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