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3 days ago at 09:37
No worries Logan just do the links as I know not many people even know about the programme as I only came across it a couple years back by chance watching BBC2 early in the morning
3 days ago at 09:24
Always Beechgrove http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08nx197/the-beechgrove-garden-2017-episode-5 on this link
great one last week ep4 if you are after a small tree for your garden
All Eps on this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00721bz
Last edited: 28 April 2017 09:26:06
22 Apr 2017 18:08
Thanks Guernsey Donkey Yeah like a bit of colour not to fussed in Spring about colour, I went to Keukenhof couple years back fell in love with the idea of playing with colour using spring bulbs
22 Apr 2017 14:20
Thanks Victoria Sponge we changed from the usual red cedar to this saw grass colour it makes them stand out well. Just have to keep on top of it as the pace speeds up into May-June time, move onto alliums and glads and Peonies and Papavers. But I do enjoy it more now, loved it as a kid but went away from it through teen years and early 20's and have come back to it in my 30's now 33 (34 in June) would not leave this great hobby as some people call it Gardening
Last edited: 22 April 2017 14:23:14
22 Apr 2017 13:15
Just a few new pictures to add in now the tulips are flowering a bit, still waiting to do the gravel path though in front of the patio circle at the lower end
13 Apr 2017 10:00
Couple of Tulips pics from this morning starting to come out now.
09 Apr 2017 19:12
Love the new species tulips Fairgirl nice photos of that orange/red ones
09 Apr 2017 17:39
Few more from Today
08 Apr 2017 20:00
Yeah I do fairygirl some small dahlias , calibrochoas etc and have some other pots on the side waiting in the wings with the buzz buddleia in and alstroemeria in , So up here in Manchester end of May start of June its all change for the summer plants.
This pic is from behind last summer.
And this big guy is making a move on the drive way.
08 Apr 2017 19:26
Just thought I would share a few from this morning done the painting of the fences now really like the colour it shows the plants of really well always had that red paint glad I changed. Spring plants are what I really like as you can tell will do a few more tomorrow as went out today.
30 Mar 2017 18:14
Yes it does Fairygirl love the springtime have lots of perennials in the garden as well in and around the daffs and they take over as the bulbs die back if you want to see more Im on twitter just google @JamesGardening in a search bar should come up at top and can see a bit more you dont need an account to just see the page
29 Mar 2017 18:41
Thanks get them in from Dutch garden world here
Last edited: 29 March 2017 18:43:46
29 Mar 2017 16:52
Some pics around my garden as you can tell love spring flowers
06 Mar 2017 15:40
Hi Guernsey Donkey2 that image is just on from the web site. They come as a small bulb with white leg types coming out not sure what the correct term is .
06 Mar 2017 11:33
I got it from Avon bulbs https://www.avonbulbs.co.uk/spring-planted-bulbs-and-snowdrops/sandersonia/sandersonia-aurantiaca
Its a plant of South Africa I start them early in the house as they really need the heating on to get them into growth. It says they are good for indoor plant as well
Last edited: 06 March 2017 11:35:17
06 Mar 2017 09:16
Yesterday got my Gladioli planting under way doing a 3 weekly intervals , and put begonia bulbs in tray of compost. Also planted into pots of john innes 2 Sandersonia Aurantiaca hope they work .
Last edited: 06 March 2017 09:17:24
05 Mar 2017 13:45
Like a lot of people I have Hardy geraniums under them couple of picks below
03 Mar 2017 22:34
I have not brought any they seem to cost more money only used the website myself and the free plant trails , Tomato feed is more my budget in the 2.5L tub
03 Mar 2017 22:17
about three years now but the advice here is better on GW and RHS website for more in depth help put they are good for quick questions. But will add he does have his own products and has them to sell put they are not forced on you to get if that makes sense
03 Mar 2017 22:07
Good job I replied Some nice options though you get to report back as well for them so they can see how they do across the country in the different conditions the UK gets.