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Talkback: Bamboo

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
Thanks, happymarion, that's a brilliant idea. My friend has lots of bamboos tht need regular trimming. Can you believe she puts them in the bin!!!

Talkback: Growing sunflowers

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
Hi Kate... Already have a few hundred Giant Sunflowers on the go at Cantley Manor but not the Russian Giant vareity...looking forwards to germinating a few more and seeing how we all do...Game On :-)

Talkback: Moving magnolias

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
Can anybody tell me the name (if there is such a thing) of a fruit bearing cherry tree which has pink blossom? Many thanks Lynne

Talkback: Making plant pots from old newspaper

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
I can't agree more Desmond, bring back Toby and Berryfields! I liked the youtube clip, very quick and easy using a simple metal tube. Nice.

Talkback: Eating weeds

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
It's true you don't want balsam or knotweed on your plot but, if they are there at least they are both edible. Young knotweed shoots (the size of asparagus) taste just like rhubarb. Flowers of balsam are good in salads and the seeds taste like walnuts. Nice blog, I often put bittercress into my sandwiches when I'm weeding gardens.

Talkback: Cats and foxes

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
chrissy, im with you, Catty's always say that cats are clean animals, hmmmmm i wonder, cats never do their business in their own garden, no, that would be filthy, they just saunter into other gardens, and you know the rest. surely this is feline fly tipping!! if my lumbering boxer dog vaulted next doors fence, and graced his cabbage patch with a pound or two of his finest, he would be branded as a disgusting untrained mutt, but when the boot is on the other paw.............. some people are just dogist:-)

Talkback: Oak trees

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
whats happened to gardeners world. i hate it ... bring back toby ..this is dull beyond belief...monty's world..

Talkback: Growing tomatoes: best tomatoes for flavour

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
To start with, TOMATO is the most fresh and light food in the world even it is my favuorite food among foods I servive on.

Talkback: Greenhouse temperatures

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
What is it with the automatic vents? Mine have a habit of opening at the merest hint of sun and then not closing. So i too am in and out shutting the things when the sun goes in and the wind gets up. Suppose i should just disconnect them!

Talkback: Growing primulas

Posted: 28/11/2011 at 18:43
I have been admiring all the wonderful early cherry trees in flower over the past four weeks. Can anyone tell what species they may be? Thanks

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