gardeningfantic


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May In Your Garden

Posted: 29/05/2012 at 09:35

@debbie11.. yes leave doors and windows open.. i have had mine open through the night as well.. thou close door slightly as the pesky sea gull gets in there..

also..and this may sound strange.. but is use old net curtains to shade mine.. they still let light in and are cheaper than proper shading.. and i just hold in with insulation clips..  thou on one side that gets full sun all day it has proper stuff on outside as easier to fit..

@inkadog.. well they look good.. i love natural stuff in the garden

Fork Handles

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 19:46

oooh.. does that me the leader.. and i dont like cigars.. 

Fork Handles

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 19:19

1. cats paw

2. money plant

3. sweet potatoe

4. glass flower

5. rake

6. forbs plant

7. jumping beans

8. canterbury bells

9. lampost

10. peacock

May In Your Garden

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 18:36

@inkadog..you have been busy.. can i see stone walls in the back ground.. if so gorgeous.. would love those in my garden.. but cant convince hubby on them.. he is such a sour puss at times

@wintersong.. right. thanks.. this is first itme have one.. so have no knowledge of them..so all hints and knowledge welcome in my corner and would love to see picie of your hostas.. love htem.. have loads in up and coming woodland shaded garden... i am after a ghost all white one.. to go with all the green.. should stand out in the shade.. as i think white always does.

i have not done garden much..too hot..got so burnt on arms yesterday..they stung in the sun today.. so stayed in doors and poted up my varigated yucca.

B&Q M.Purpose Compost Issues.

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 12:43

i have been using j arthurs bowers 3 for £11.00 they are 6olitre bags.. best i can get.. i do not buy cheaper that that as no good.. i have not found anything more than small bits of plastic on one and few twigs.. but last eyar i found they were all fir/hairy type stuff.. which clogged my seive.. took them back and got a replacement.

must say all my plants are doing well (mind you need some rain) and seedlings have done ok this year.. not really any diff from last year.

 

watering garden with water from a shower

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 12:36

oh.. that is good to know..we have been using hose pipe up through bathroom window and tkaing out kids bath water into the butts... was getting desperate..

Fork Handles

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 11:38

@sontongeoff.. oh i have one of those.. might have to use it later..had no rain and everything is wilting..

 

Butterflies

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 11:36

i dont mind them.. i go round and gather them all up and put them on area of wild meadow planting.. the dont seem to mind.. only ones that annoy me and hte mulliun moth ones.. they a nightmare..

Fork Handles

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 11:27

a pump up swimming pool or a water feature..

May In Your Garden

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 11:24

well they never tol dme that when i bought it.. oh well i will leave it where it is.. as it gets tall they tol dme and will be great back drop for other plants when it does finally flower

wintersong.. i also move plants at least once.. as it takes one year of flowering to see if it fits... i try to move to much as my mum says they do not like it.. but it is the hardest part.. all right if starting with a clear fresh patch.. can place them better.. but not when it is well up and running.

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