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gladioli

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 15:43

I think the correct advice may be no but I move anything that is in the wrong place. I have struggled with some of mine to come back after winter, they may have rotted in this weather. Just try to get under their roots.

Plastic Plant pots - recycled

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 15:07

@rosymary if you ask your question in fruit and veg you will get more replies. 

Anemone de Caen

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 15:03

I have had a lot of trouble getting my Anemones to come back, I find all suggestions made are helpful, particulary if the poster is happy to answer further questions. I can then use what I find most appropriate to my garden conditions.

Surely criticising posts will drive people away and this board will then close.

April in Your Garden

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 14:21

The sun is out at Chelsea, just hope it is on its way here.

Design courses

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 13:53

Sorry I have no idea, I would contact them.

Design courses

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 12:33

I would do an official RHS course, Garden Planning, Planting etc

http://www.rhs.org.uk/Courses/Qualifications/RHS-Level-3-qualifications/L3-Cert-garden-planning-construction-planting

http://www.rhs.org.uk/Courses/Qualifications/PDFs/CorrespondenceCollegeList

This is quite an undertaking but would stand you in good stead. If this is not the level of work you want to do a couple of good books may help. 

April in Your Garden

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 12:22

Jo glad to hear from you, thinking of you.

Steff37 great description.

Design courses

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 12:17

Is this for pleasure or business. If it is for business I would ask a local garden design company what qualification they accept or you will be wasting your money.

April in Your Garden

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 11:14

Wintersong all gardens have their issues, it is just difficult when the best solution is money.

I have heard that the week you are going Geoff they are going to have a storm

Ideas for a 2 Meter Wide Planter Box

Posted: 29/04/2012 at 10:20

I would go for lavander, get some of the hardier ones, evergreen all year, smells lovely and good for the bees. You could edge the planter with some trailing nasturtiums or petunias. Then plant some bulbs for next spring.

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Lamium and Ajuga propagation

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