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remember when you prune them they fruit on the old wood.
above looks very nice and you could train plants on it and widen the borders too!do not be tempted to put trees or hedges in to many places or your garden will shrink.
well done but remember cyclamen like cold room,mist each day and don't let it dry out.when finished plant in garden or keep corm for next year.They do not like heating or over watering (that's leaving it paddling in water).keep going!growing anything from seed is an achievement.
its difficult because any garden that's had the deluge we have had this year could not with out major drainage cope.Plant pots are fine as long as they have the right mix of soil and grit as they become waterlogged too if they don't have the right drainage.If its not your garden you need to ask the owners how they want their garden to be.
my were eaten by weevils ,a spray I am afraid as well it might be the dreaded sawfly or it might be just hoover bees,depending on the time of year and nibbling as those pesky small snails will have ago .
That sounds like mildew type thing .
I myself like the cherry tomatoes .
I dont think so....
Get a good gardening book to refer to and also refer to this handy site for information.Start with easy veg and fruit and before long you will be expert,The main thing is to enjoy what your doing and learn from your mistakes(you will make some) and ask those who garden locally to you to give you advice on the growing conditions of your area.(good way of making friends).and of course always enjoy a hot cuppa while viewing your results.
I like the plants that are sold off in supermarkets,had a few could bargains there,it makes you feel so much better about spending.