Latest posts by kate1123

May In Your Garden

Posted: 21/05/2012 at 12:12

Well we all seem to be suffering with various pests or poor weather.

They promised lovely weather today but still covered with grey cloud. Just to top it off they seem to be pumping out the drains on the road and the noise is that horrible vibration that makes you want to do shout at them.

StrongWeedkiller needed for Valarian and Buddlea bee friendly ?

Posted: 21/05/2012 at 12:07

This does not make sense, if you want to be bee friendly just pull it out by hand or chop it down?

Help Identifying a Flower

Posted: 20/05/2012 at 22:34

Possibly a Zinnia, where did you take the photo?

May In Your Garden

Posted: 20/05/2012 at 16:29

@Dean and donutsmrs, still no sunshine here, send it over please

I am not happy, I popped out to measure my aquilegia and I found a pot of seedlings had been pulled out of their pot by some wicked bird, do they not realise that they can have the bugs but leave my plants alone 


Posted: 20/05/2012 at 13:32

I have just popped out to the garden to measure mine and they are around this height. I assume if I lived somewhere warmer and wetter that they would be taller.

May In Your Garden

Posted: 20/05/2012 at 12:40

It is soooo cold here, I have lots of plants waiting to go out but I am feeling sorry for those that are outside already.

red robin standard shrub

Posted: 19/05/2012 at 17:56

Milly I am stumped, no sign of pests?? were the roots ok? Sorry.

May In Your Garden

Posted: 19/05/2012 at 17:55

Well the sun did come out for half an hour and it has been warm so I gave in and planted out some tender plants, more for the light than anything. So fleece on standby.

WS thanks for the warm wishes.

Inkadog take it easy.

I am off out to a BBQ with a group of West Ham fans, wish me luck.

May In Your Garden

Posted: 19/05/2012 at 09:55

Well the weathermen  said it was going to be a lovely day, but so far all I can see is a thick white cloud. I need sunshine and I need it now.

Chelsea Chop

Posted: 19/05/2012 at 09:29

I will chop my sedums. I find they do not look good when they flop over and the stems break easily  and I like to make new plants with the cuttings.

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April in Your Garden

Share your daily successes and failures, in your garden, kitchen or life. 
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