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Garden Gallery 2013

Posted: 18/10/2013 at 08:44

yes fairy girl it is wrong for people to do that.. but still i think lack of dicipline is the problem these days..

yes the blue you can see is the English Channel and bit of the sky.. hence why so windy here. whips up side of the cliff and straight over my garden.. thas why we hve had to enstall trellis as fencing or they blow down over winter.. as my new neighbours found out after htey put up 6ft panels.. did tell them..

it was satisfying.. and the path is still comin on. will put up more piccie when i can.. our harddrive went bang at weekend.. so have been busy trying to reinstall everything onto the new one.. and reclaim the lost data on the other one!!!!!

 

 

seed share

Posted: 13/10/2013 at 10:10

@gardengirl... many thanks. mine are already large and the roots..well they are very thick and fast growing.. so the space i gave them is about right then for the size they can become.

Garden Gallery 2013

Posted: 11/10/2013 at 13:42

just noticed my small circel bed with my agapanthus in in 2011.. and then the one took other day two years later.. thye have got huge.. maybe time to split them!

seed share

Posted: 11/10/2013 at 13:38

@ gardengirl.. your Acanthus.. i have grown from seeds i got.. how much room do the need.. i know flowers are all but what about the main plants leaves?

seed share

Posted: 11/10/2013 at 13:36

diddy.. i have sown my honesty, common burdock and varigated honesty.. they ave all come up so far.. burdock are now in 9cm pots and doing very well. also the small scabious igot is coming up. so thank you to all who sent them.. icant recall who..

i have not planted alot of them waiting until spring as this is their time.

seed share

Posted: 11/10/2013 at 13:33

Yes urban that is fine.. it is normal the send who pays and return they send you some seeds back.. so everyone pays for it really.. or some do pay-pal if you do not have any to swap.. best to ask each member whose seeds you are after.

Wallflowers

Posted: 10/10/2013 at 10:03

mine didnt flower untilvery late this year due to the weather.. so never got any seeds in time to sow.. so having to by this year.. not done that for long time..

i looked around at teh bare rooted one.. and it was 10 plants for £3.00 seems alot to me ... is that aobut right?

newly planted perennial plugs

Posted: 10/10/2013 at 09:59

i hae two coldframes made from old greenhouse.. the old windows are sliding and tilting roof and the slatted one is fixed air vent.. wouldnt be without them as said.. they are great for protecting all plants from the harsh winter winds and frost that dont really need the warmth of a greenhouse..

i have got some of my seeds that i did i the swap growing now in the freenhouse.. i do hope they survive the winter.. they are in 2in high paper homemade pots.. which makes it easier to pot up as it doenst disturb the roots.. and the ppaper degrades in teh ground.. perfect..

 

Still got problems with Forum

Posted: 09/10/2013 at 10:29

well tahnk all for info.. i have uninstalled firefox and then re installed it.. and this time it seems to be working ok.!!!   and with it no adds at all on my pages.. so very pleased.

Garden Gallery 2013

Posted: 09/10/2013 at 10:23

thanks swisssue.. it took us a while to build that wall.. it took lot planning to get the design right... and we still managed to stretch the one oval shape.. it used to have a fence along the top of the brick wall.. but woke up one day to find it gone and thrown over the cliff.. so after being fed up with the constant damage we bricked it all up.. it was nightmare keeping all the dogs out that were on leads all te time.. but we want to take it down and re do all of it.. hopefully next year... so the fence posts can come out.

inbetween our wall and the bushes you see in bheind it is the coastal path.. then otehr side the bushes is the cliff edge!!!

Busy-Lizzie.. the back garden is the same side but is lawn for kids climbing frame.. greenhouses, and vegetable beds and drive with garage.. will add piccie of it when i can.. but not so gorgeous as the front..

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