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Rust

Posted: 19/06/2012 at 15:15

Been spraying mine and it has helped somewhat.

Talkback: Gardeners' World Live 2012

Posted: 19/06/2012 at 15:11

I  went last Thursday and did enjoyed it,But ! I felt for me there were not enough rare and different plants it is 5 years since I have been and it has grown alot,there was plenty to look at but I came away with the feeling that my excitement about going had not really been fullfilled,this is an entirely pesonal view point from someone who shops on line for rare and unusual plants and I have decided for the future I will spend my money visiting these type of nuseries and gardens.

Talkback: Subscriber Club online

Posted: 11/06/2012 at 12:43

Thanks so much for prompt reply and solution Great

Welcome to the brand new forum

Posted: 11/06/2012 at 11:17

Not sure where to ask this question I did not have an insert in the June mag and I need a subscribers club card before Thursday when we are of to Gardeners World Live It says in magazine cut out and keep Subscribers Club Lounge enrty card Help Please

Thanks

Talkback: Subscriber Club online

Posted: 11/06/2012 at 10:50
I did not recieve insert in June how can I get into subscribers club lounge atr the gardeners world live.
Thanks

Redesign of garden

Posted: 24/02/2012 at 11:28

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Redesign of garden

Posted: 24/02/2012 at 10:36

Hi we started our back garden project late last summer -an odd shaped  small garden builders rubble from our extension project and many pots from our previous house garden rooms were not really an option but a priority list was and we love to cook on the BBQ as many months of the year as poss you can also see all our garden from the various french windows .So we put some trellis up from the house right out into the middle to break up the view and bingo interest right from the start put an Arbour in a corner as that is how the garden is shaped  and even before we stared digging and planting everyone who called said your garden looks bigger,no lawn now just borders ready for perennials we spent quite heavily on the trees and structure plants and I have never thought small but I have picked very carefully my husband made fan trellis which we have covered all our fencing with and the climbers are in a we built a pagola as well following Geoff Hamiltons old instructions and now I am saving to do the tall plants first for the back of the borders only unusal plants go in this garden and only things I love this is a great oppurtunity when you star from scratch so go for it think big think height and do not forget the boundarys can go upwards as well and good luck.PS we dug out a skip full of concrete plus 4 kerbstones

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