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Talkback: Hedgehogs in the garden

Posted: 28/01/2012 at 00:43
Put out dog or cat food, even some fruit and mealworms the dry kind you can buy to feed the birds please dont forget the water. NO MILK AND BREAD ----------DEADLY

Slug invasion

Posted: 14/01/2012 at 23:45
Oh slugs! my nemesis, the one thing they do for me, is an excuse to slug hunt, along with a torch and bucket, what a way to spend a wonderful hour or so picking over the leaves,taking in what is or not a good bit of planting,also condition of plants. One product i have used is a liquid called Slugclear not bad .

Talkback: Growing hebes

Posted: 14/01/2012 at 23:19
What a pleasure Hebes are, Plants in all sizes, a lot of different flowers and leaf colour, and WOW!! when you see the bees and butterflies taking nectar and the sun, that is something to smile about, and feel good. They are such an easy plant to propogate,


Posted: 14/01/2012 at 23:00
Sorry cant make any comments about veg as the only one i grow are Tomatoes, these Tumblers both Red and Yellow look quite something in hanging baskets.

Winter Pansies

Posted: 25/12/2011 at 23:44
First things first! give your plants a once over, looking under the leaves,cast your eyes over the soil,you never know what has taken up home there.sometimes birds can take a liking to what may be hiding under leaves, so may be the ones doing the damage.


Posted: 25/12/2011 at 23:30
I know when i get mildew on plants,and this can be caused by a few things eg poor ventilation, poor watering, feeding and hygiene,so i take the leaves off and dispose of them in rubbish bin not compost bin and wash hands so not to pass problems on
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Apple Tree

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Lily Beatle

Orange slender beatles 
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