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Can't upload picture

Posted: 15/09/2012 at 09:49

I have the same problem........will keep on trying, help please.Thank you.

Mexican Orange Blossom

Posted: 13/09/2012 at 11:17

Thanks Christopher, you are a star!

Toads

Posted: 12/09/2012 at 09:46

Thank you FloBear, I shall not clean my little pond ever again and maybe I'll be lucky!

Toads

Posted: 11/09/2012 at 11:17

You lucky thing Budlia63, I've had a pond for years (with fish) and have froglets every year(spend my life rescuing them from cats!) but never had newts.

This must have been a good year as the pond edging has run out of space(occupied with frogs and juniors) As the garden is still overrun with slugs and snails, I wonder what the frogs eat!

Hey Freshairfanatic.......stop wishing and put a large bowl in your garden and place a bog plant in it......before long you will find that frogs have turned into their "des res" They did that in my garden. Good luck.

Mexican Orange Blossom

Posted: 11/09/2012 at 11:03

Talking about pruning........do hydrangeas do the same? I pruned two of them two years ago and did not expect them to flower last year, but they have not done so this year either. They are looking very robust and healthy too.I just hope it is just an extra looooong sulk and buckup next year! Anyone have a similar problem?

water buts

Posted: 10/09/2012 at 09:54

Any in Surrey please 4711, did not have much luck on the internet search. I think the prices charged by retailers are daylight robbery. Thanks.

climbing rose question

Posted: 06/09/2012 at 08:29

Also add an autumn and winter flowering clematis for more interest.Mine faces NW but they cope very well right into late winter.(i live in the SE.

WHAT PLANT

Posted: 06/09/2012 at 08:16

Hi George, pick them while in bud and hang them in an airy, dry shed or garage. Enjoy.

Soil or Compost??

Posted: 06/09/2012 at 08:12

Hi Mrs M, I have been growing veggies in large containers for a few years now in homemade compost boosted up with fertiliser and done well(expect this year.) They include corgettes, spinach,cabbage, rubarb, beans,tomatoes, chilli, early potatoes,gooseberries etc. I make sure that they are well watered. With bought compost varying in quality and being pricey I didn't thing it would be worthwhile. So do have a go, it will work out slightly cheaper, you'll crop fresh produce and really taste the difference.

Talkback: How to deadhead lilies

Posted: 03/09/2012 at 09:04

Hi, lillies are very forgiving and will shoot up in spring despite neglect(thank the Lord!)

I grow them in large pots on the patio purely to control the slugs and snails and also so I can enjoy them from the house in bad weather. I just wish I could control the dreaded lily beetle! I generally leave the stalks and leaves till they die down as I hope the bulbs will benefit. I give them a slow release feed in the spring and have never been disappointed. So chill, you'll have real beauties next year. They do not need any protection in winter(I am in the SE) although, occasionally I do top up the pots with spent compost.

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Nigel

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sloving forum problems

still no spell check and followed threads is drawing a blank 
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Over wintering

Acers in large pots 
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still-no-spell-check

Am I the only one? 
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still-no-spell-check

Am I the only one? 
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My experience of "customer service" .

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Waterbut downpipes

Having problems finding attachment 
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ididenty please

decidous small tree.white flowers in spring. stunning purple berries surrounded by five caylxes. 
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Nigel

Missing Nigel 
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Wild Garlic

How to grow 
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Uploading pictures

Tree 
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help

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up to minate gardening

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what is the red chilli for please?

what is the red chilli for please? Thank you. 
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what is the red chilli for please?

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