Holly010


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totally-nonplused

Posted: 09/08/2013 at 12:09

Yes, Dove, we must hang on to that thought! I'm just not very good at sitting at my laptop trying to work out what's happening - my boredom threshhold is very low.

totally-nonplused

Posted: 07/08/2013 at 12:28

I have just opened 'My Reviews' and find over 1300 reviews have been attributed to me.  Total nonsense, I haven't ever done a plant review.  Someone please take them away.......!  Would be good if I was notified about responses, like it says on the packet, but that doesn't happen.Currently finding navigating the forum very frustrating... 

unidentified-flower

Posted: 06/08/2013 at 12:40

...and the next, and the next.................pretty though and butterflies and moths like them.

reclaim-from-the-weeds

Posted: 06/08/2013 at 12:38

Sorry markh, but you really should try and dig out all the weeds, they'll only come back and haunt you later - depending on what you call a weed of course.  Personally, I'm not a great weedkiller user but it is one way.  Are the weeds (and situation) of the type that you could take a small  flame thrower to them?  At least  you'd have some ash to put back into the ground!  Good luck.. 

Not getting notification e mails

Posted: 01/08/2013 at 12:20

I add my voice to not getting notifications - but then I've only just joined......

Wind/sun burn

Posted: 01/08/2013 at 11:55

Keep the blueberry very well watered - perhaps you'll have to wait until next year for proper signs of life.  Passionflowers are usually fairly forgiving.

Acer Help please

Posted: 01/08/2013 at 11:51

Try keeping it out of direct sun and sheltered from any wind.  They don't mind shade.  You've probably lost the leaves for this year but hopefully it'll rally next.  Good luck.

odd aquilegias.

Posted: 31/07/2013 at 12:15

They're lovely and smell good too.  The ones on the beach got infested with a lupin aphid and disappeared, they're sort of coming back now. 

Viburnam Tinus

Posted: 31/07/2013 at 12:12

They're usually tough as old boots but being squashed by a tree perhaps doesn't help.

I'll keep an eye of mine, it's a large specimen, it'd be a pity to loose it.

odd aquilegias.

Posted: 31/07/2013 at 12:07

Not far from the beach.  The ones I collect, whilst walking the dogs, are over the road from me - near some fishing lakes.

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