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The A to Z of TV Gardening

Posted: 10/02/2013 at 19:53

That would be a good idea Bev maybe you should start a new thread sure lots would join in.

I enjoyed watching some of letter F, just finished watching on iplayer, but shame no french beans - I wanted to be on there but good bit on foxgloves - I brought a white foxglove today, did not think about the A-Z gardening show, I just spotted it thought that would be nice. So it was good to be on there I got more info on them now great.

Like all the fence bits the colour and the one Joe Swift made - looks effective made with that wood.

I have made planters with tyres but turned inside out though much bigger planters then. Enjoyed watching all letters so far

how to use nematodes efficiently

Posted: 09/02/2013 at 17:28

I have used nematodes for slugs, I would apply more than once to try and get rid of as many as I could. You must remember to get the right amount for the size garden you have. They last for 6 weeks in the ground then they need topping up to keep removing the slugs. When I started to use them, I did see results pretty quick. You just need to wait till the soil warms up a little then use them and make sure the weather is not going to rain constantly for days or months as too much rain makes them not work as well. Definitely use them - they work well even if they cost quite a bit of money.

small bird watch

Posted: 09/02/2013 at 13:06

spotted a Blackcap Male and a Goldcrest as well lots of birds, I have never seen before

Are you seeing lots of strange birds in your garden?

small bird watch

Posted: 09/02/2013 at 12:34

Borrowed my dad's binoculars today to look at the birds on the feeder saw a greenfinch never seen one before, also saw a great tit and blue tits - lots of them starlings eating the suet feeder, great spotted woodpecker some collared dove's, blackbirds male and female and a robin.

Has anyone been looking what birds our out and about in your garden?

Monty Don's French Gardens

Posted: 08/02/2013 at 18:03

Thanks obelixx that's proberly the website I saw before - I knew there was something about taking all the stuff away, could not remember what the website was, watched the clip and still looks a bit formal box edging 

I don't think there would be much buzzing if garden too formal

Monty Don's French Gardens

Posted: 08/02/2013 at 17:27

Like the show, but not into formal gardens really, too posh and a lot of clipping of hedges.

Joe Swift got rid of his allotment gave it up not fair I was just getting into watching him growing veg, people put that on the link below.

 http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbgardening/NF2759004?thread=8303395  that was the dig-in forum, but not no more now they closed it.

This weeks show will be good I hope - vegetables and flowers, I enjoy watching all the gardening programmes, so good there is one on tonight http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01qm1dk

Allotment in tonight's programme, I like to grow flowers with veg - do you?

Agapanthus - can you propagate from seed?

Posted: 08/02/2013 at 13:56

I got my little seedlings growing on a window sill inside, that I sowed last year about October, they take a while to get to any size mine are about an inch and a half not all the seeds grew though can take up to 4 years to flower I read somewhere. Will try the method you posted sotongeoff, looks similar to what I am trying out I will try and sow more now as well, I have white Agapanthus seeds too. I did try some before but left outside and weather got too cold for them.

Seed swap

Posted: 06/02/2013 at 11:49

my computer sometimes does not show them all and I look on the forum and think someone else has been one and then look at the post myself  even though it should let me know

Thanks Bev and if you need more Hebe cuttings if they don't work let me know - I can send more 

Seeds are up

Posted: 05/02/2013 at 19:38

Thanks Sotongeoff for info will wait a bit - not snow again -  thought it was colder today, hoping those seedlings even though leggy will be OK and grow better outside in the cold frame

Seeds are up

Posted: 05/02/2013 at 19:29

yes I started them indoors to see if the seeds worked, maybe I should have done this outside. I did sow some outside at same time but not popped up yet. Still got more seeds will have to try few more again, not really sure about how I should of started them off.

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