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Latest posts by gardeningfantic

Isn't a thankyou in order?

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 15:26

thanks everyone on here for the info on how to opt out of emails.. get overloaded.. and thnks for the info as to why i cant find older posts i have replied on again wihtot going through page and page.

How to grow Agapanthus with zero effort-do nothing !

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 15:24

mine is like that.. they love to be compact in the roots and free draing so plug must be out then i have just gorwn some from seeds so rather pleased with that.

i find they do not need much care.. it got very rotten soggy leaves in may so i just removed htem all and now is going good.

July in the garden!!

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 15:20

sorry not been on off late.. it has been glorious blue skies and sun  yesterday and today so been out mowing lawn..which had got so long and trimming the edges (like yours louise) and my goodness i have another 4 ins of border to fill now

@lilylouise.. your garden is looking good again.. cant wait for the video.. you will do one wont you?

lovely pics everyone and welcome to the newbies and the not been here for a whileys all welcome to the forum. please add your pictures of your gardens

Talkback: Bonsai trees

Posted: 06/07/2012 at 18:50
i am to keen to start bonsai.. it interests me in teh abilbity to grow something perfect in shape and form yet so small.. i am looking into what sort of tree to start of with.

free penstemons

Posted: 06/07/2012 at 18:48

wil have to do that i love penstemons.. i would have  nothing but them in my garden but for hubby who says it a bit boring all the same..

**tuts**  all the same ** tuts *** what does he know 

July in the garden!!

Posted: 06/07/2012 at 18:43

great photos grandma.. it has rained here all day.. so so soooooooooooo fed up with it all now..

July in the garden!!

Posted: 06/07/2012 at 11:23

lovely roses. yes the wether is putting a damper on some of the flowers this year.. it is raining here and i am about to go out and pot up my 36 lavenders i got from GW mag.. smell devine.

Coverage of Hampton Court Flower Show

Posted: 06/07/2012 at 11:21

i watched it in the evening and thought it was good.. must admit the bit on the fact that we have missed 2 generations of horticulturists made me  snigger.. as i thought "well what you expect there is nothing much on tv about gardening programmes, and hte one we do have has been put on hold" that is so bad really that news.

thought the gardens were great but wouldof liked to see a garden from england in there.. but still not bad.. see about the plants for bees and butterflies tonight. so will be ready and waitin for it.

 

What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 20:22

today has been very hot and blue skies.. go tsun burn out in garden this afternoon.. mad e my day lillies open it did.

July in the garden!!

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 20:20

@cranesbill .. it is actually purple and i believe to be  toadflax..and once you have it it seeds very very easily, it is great with oranges and pinks.. tall and you can just keep cuttin down the stem to remove dead heads it it keeps flowering.

some gorgeous rose again.. they have done well this year.. the colours are outstanding loving that Pat Austin one very much... lovin your garden too looks like mine just colourful.

Must admit i am not a true rose fan.. bu thaving seen so many beautiftul ones on here I am temepted to get some.. i have free draining sandy soil will they like it..

Discussions started by gardeningfantic

CAn anyone name this plant for me please

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globe thistle cut back..

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can anyone id this plant for me please

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Mr Monty Don at Ventnor Down to Earth Evening

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GW free tulips in oct issue

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Talkback: Putting hardy gerberas to the test

i love these i have had them for the last 3 years and they do very well.. dont even mind snow.. i split mine last year as they had got pot f... 
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gardenmaiden-and-paulah

i got yr messges 
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cant-reply-in-messages

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i-have-some-bearded-iris-going-anyone-want-some

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i-have-loads-of-ladybirds-at-last

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TORTOISE SHELL BUTTERFLY

 
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Everyones tips for diseases/aphids/mildew/diseases etc..

 
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when do I sow primrose seeds

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Talkback: Cockchafers

we have these in our garden all the time during season.. thou not so many this year as previous years.. o/h calls them maybugs.. but they ar... 
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sorry me again.. can anyone name these for me....

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