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My flowers ..

Posted: 29/06/2016 at 14:05

Pansyface, your roses are still holding their heads high though

......the good guys

Posted: 22/06/2016 at 13:51

I am very happy to report another Good Guy for roses - Style Roses. I ordered 7 roses from them recently. all large and healthy, already have a lot of buds/flowers. Cheaper than other bigger rose suppliers. Packaging is good as well. Very easy to unpack the plants and to dismantle the boxes for recycling (sometimes I find it to be a hair tearing experience with some companies).

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......the good guys

Posted: 27/05/2016 at 22:03

Yes, agreed with the above comments about special perennial. Nice big healthy plants for very reasonable prices. Very happy customer. Will definitely use them again.


Posted: 06/10/2015 at 13:32

I would love to have them in my garden if I didn't have my cat. I think they are highly poisonous to cats? 

My Bristol Garden in 2015

Posted: 01/10/2015 at 12:59

Marion, thank you so much for introducing me to the Secret Gardening Club. I have now had two orders from them. absolute bargains! big healthy plants, some of them even have buds on. free postage as well. I wonder how they can make any profits with the amount they charge! I now look forward to their email on Friday!  

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 28/05/2015 at 13:24

ighten, I think it is Veronica gentianoides. I bought three of them last week. they are still in pots. Although mines are white not blue...  

My Bristol Garden in 2015

Posted: 13/05/2015 at 12:57

Hi Marion

What is this beautiful pond plant, if you don't mind me asking?

Many thanks.

Can I plant young hardy plants out soon?

Posted: 17/03/2015 at 13:42

Hi Verdun, I will try my best to keep the potting on process going but will really struggle for room. Maybe it is time to invest in cloche. Here is a silly question: if I plant them in the ground with cloche protection, can I then dig them up to relocate them when weather warms up? Thanks

Can I plant young hardy plants out soon?

Posted: 17/03/2015 at 13:33

Hi Winniecat, there are so many...  I have got echinops, helenium, penstemon cuttings, Verbena B, scabiosa, companula, eryngium, Echinacea, monarda, agastache, thalictrum delavayi, sanguisorba, gaura, potentilla, knautia, sweet peas...

Inside the house, I have got all sorts which I sowed in Feb. Most of them have come through and are ready to be picked out. I keep putting that off as I will have no room for them and I don't like throwing away seedlings! And I still have about 40 different things to sow in April!! I really should have thought it through!

like the cat btw

Can I plant young hardy plants out soon?

Posted: 17/03/2015 at 13:15

Thank you very much for everyone that has replied, much appreciated!

I will try to keep them protected for a bit longer and have decided that it is time to invest in a new small greenhouse! a lean-to one. I have had my eyes on one on Greenfingers for a while now. I have considered cold frames, but it will need to be a massive one to help my overpopulated plants problem.

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Can I plant young hardy plants out soon?

well, early April...  
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Glorous gardens from above

Christine Walden new gardening show 
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Meconopsis Lingholm (Himalayan Poppies) seed

collected seeds from garden worth keeping? 
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help! my young cosmos plants are under attack.

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Will primroses grow in full shade?

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