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I have used tescos (its weak and cheap) and its ok and of course there is the squash finger method . or have a go with garlic but be careful it can be strong and wilt young plants .
so I have read and good for cleaning pans with apparently .
the clematis season, they are doing well this year,must be all that rain.
houseleeks would do lovely ,or and cactus or succulent which there are many .
with any new plant you will need to water every day for a year,thats right,until it is settled and if in a pot it will need more watering than in the ground.
I was surprised after four years I have flowers on the Kiwi plant ,must like growing with Albertina and celebration.
I think that must be the trick. I must try it with tulips.
the slugs that are eating them are very small and do the most damage.
my daffs are blooming amongst the cosmos and sweet peas.I planted them in march hoping they would safe in the ground as I have very little storage but what a surprise!
no ,but one thing to say is always get a good sized greenhouse as otherwise you will spend time wishing you had.