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dahlias dahling

Posted: Today at 13:32

I admire you all for growing such fabulous dahlias and I don't know which to choose as best as they are all really wonderful.  I have no hope of growing them as I have the national collection of slugs in my garden.

Shabby chic

Posted: Today at 07:30

I love your garden Artjak with plants everywhere you look and lots of surprises

Spreading mystery plant

Posted: Yesterday at 23:04

Looks like it could be one of the meadow rues - lesser meadow rue perhaps?

Plants to attract wild life in a shady concrete courtyard

Posted: Yesterday at 22:58

Great news about the allotment Tracey - it will be hard work but you will have such fun planning your veg and you will be able to grow flowers there too.

Good News for Mike

Posted: Yesterday at 22:54

Such good news.

Storing Potatoes & Onions Together

Posted: Yesterday at 14:28

Not heard that one before NewBoy, but I suppose it could be right in a confined space. I store my potatoes in paper sacks and the onions in open apple boxes.  They are next door to each other but in the garage with good air circulation (gap under door) and both seem to keep with no problem.

day lilies

Posted: Yesterday at 13:57

I have heard that Hermes is cheaper than Royal Mail, but is it easy to use?

day lilies

Posted: 28/08/2014 at 22:30

Mine had the best flowers ever since I've had them in the garden, but they had finished flowering by the end of July. 

Watering whilst on holiday

Posted: 28/08/2014 at 14:28

I've used Fleurisa's method for house plants by putting the plants in the bath and filling a bucket with water and trailing old cut up tea towels to the pots.  It should work outside too.

Freezing corn on the cob.

Posted: 28/08/2014 at 13:56

We probably have ours in the freezer for no more than six months as we have eaten them all by then.  Alan4711 - don't defrost them, just plunge them into boiling water for no more than 10 minutes.  If your cobs have shriveled in the freezer it is probably because you haven't eliminated as much air as possible or kept them too long.  I have a plastic bag sealer but also use the Sainsburys zippy bags and both methods keep the cobs plump.

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Does Anyone Know What This Flower Is?

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Revived Rhubarb

Before and After. 
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Monty's garden 
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Alkanet seedling identification.

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Self Seeded Tree

Unknown tree seeded in garden 
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Plat/Weed Identification Please.

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Identification please 
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Never Give Up

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What shrub is this>

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Garlic or not Garlic.

Identification needed. 
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Seed Packet Design

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Thanks to Folks on the Forum

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Hedge cutting

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Spring is getting closer.

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