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Seedling Id

Posted: 18/06/2013 at 21:54

Hi everyone,

I sowed some larkspurs a while ago and potted on a few. These have grown as well but don't know what they are. They don't look at all like weeds to me. I did sow some delphs at the same time in a different part of the seedtray but they don't look like delphs either?

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/25777.jpg?width=246&height=350&mode=max

 Thanks

Summer has arrived

Posted: 18/06/2013 at 21:42

Some pictures taken this evening

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/25774.jpg?width=648&height=350&mode=max

 

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/25775.jpg?width=648&height=350&mode=max

 

The first pea

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/25776.jpg?width=246&height=350&mode=max

Not been our there very much, but it feels like its looking after itself

Anyone ever grown dwarf delphiniums and hollyhocks

Posted: 17/06/2013 at 21:46

I would say they that would be fine, delps and hollyhocks are hardy and your plants sound big and strong already

Lovely colour of the majorette

 

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Talkback:

Posted: 17/06/2013 at 21:30

I like the purple vetch

plant help/id

Posted: 17/06/2013 at 21:24

They look like different plants, the leaves look different

Bee spotting guide

Posted: 17/06/2013 at 21:21

Your welcome, I'm completely rubbish at naming bees but I managed to get a pic of one

Bee spotting guide

Posted: 17/06/2013 at 10:13

I've used this one and it did identify my bumble bee, you can upload any picture for ID or there's a booklet you can buy for £2.50

http://bumblebeeconservation.org/

 

http://bumblebeeconservation.org/support-us/merchandise/P8

 

 

Cats

Posted: 17/06/2013 at 10:00

I read on here that teabags soaked in Jeys fluid seem to work

Foxglove seedlings

Posted: 16/06/2013 at 21:58

They probably could go in now, but I'd been tempted to pot them on in a sheltered spot outside and then plant them out later in the year as strong big plants. They will survive a winter in the ground and flower next year

Cheese plant issues

Posted: 16/06/2013 at 21:38

It's been a while since I've grown one of these. I don't think you need to repot very often and if you get any rooting from the stems, allow them to grow down and bury them in the compost.

Discussions started by hollie hock

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Self sown flowers 
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Couple of Ids please

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How long to leave bag over them? 
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