hutchman


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Hello All

Posted: 22/04/2016 at 17:16

Hiya Stuart, welcome to you. You will find lots of interesting things & people ( !! )  on this site all in the pursuit of gardening tips and advice.

Just ask and await the response. Good luck to you and all that you do, never think that the question you ask is beyond this audience, the wealth of knowledge here is incredible.

Best wishes

Shed Replacement But What Type

Posted: 22/04/2016 at 15:17

Hi Dogbowl,

Agree with the comments above.

Ensure the Shed wood is pre-treated with a good preservative and also ensure that roof has good overlap of quality bituminous roofing felt, in that way you can be confident of sturdy and leak free shed life.

Alternatively, what about a good quality Polytunnel ?

GW Email Newsletter

Posted: 22/04/2016 at 15:03

Hi NoraGW, please accept apologies for mispelling your name previously.

Have done above as requested. Do I 'sit back' & await outcome.

Thank you for your help over this, (am hoping its not me otherwise shall feel a fool) and look forward to hearing positive solution.

Best wishes

 

GW Email Newsletter

Posted: 22/04/2016 at 10:11

Hi NorahGW,

Thanks for prompt response. No, other newsletter emails ( BBC news magazine etc) come through and load just fine as normal as before. Yes, can view by web version no problem but defeats the purpose of newsletter if can't view the link needed.

This annoying problem has only just started recently and wondered whether the page layout change might have had an effect.

Any other thoughts ??

 

 

 

GW Email Newsletter

Posted: 22/04/2016 at 09:20

Hi all, is anyone out there having the same trouble as me ?, with the gardnersworld.com newsletter very slow in loading the email page. 

To the point where you wait and wait to read the latest info and then go and do something else.

I wonder if Immediate Media Co are aware ?

Anyone else experiencing this ?

moving blackberry plant

Posted: 27/11/2015 at 08:43

Ok, thanks for your advice Dovefromabove.

Will do this weekend if weather down here in New Forestland remains mild  

Kind regards

moving blackberry plant

Posted: 25/11/2015 at 20:00

Thanks Dovefromabove.  

Appreciate your prompt response, do you think it might be a good idea to cut it back now before lifting into the pot to over winter ?

Thanks & regards 

moving blackberry plant

Posted: 25/11/2015 at 19:37

Hi all, I have the same problem excepting that I need to transplant it when we move next June.

Could I take it out of the ground when its dormant - now - late November and put into a large Pot ready for transferring to its new home next year.

Any advice gratefully appreciated. 

Talkback: Choose the right mower - cutting types

Posted: 14/04/2015 at 20:03

Hi Mary and all,

Whilst some of the lawnmower models suggested may meet some of the criteria that Mary needs advice on, I wonder if there maybe to much choice and also lets not forget the cost !!

As in all things, simple and easy maybe the best outcome

If possible find your nearest independent lawnmower sales & service outlet, go visit and discuss. Am sure they will best advise on your needs.

Talkback: Choose the right mower - cutting types

Posted: 10/04/2015 at 20:26

Yes, that is one brand, there are others that are as good.

Checkout online - Amazon or  B&Q have models to view

Suggest to look for as large drive side wheels as possible and collection bag on rear so you can cut right upto lawn edges.

Regards,

 

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