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Ceri La I grow potatoes in bags and keep adding compost to them. After harvesting I add more organic vegetable feed to the compost and sow carrots so the compost is used twice and finally it gets emptied on the flower beds.
I don't think radishes will transplant at all well.
ommthree I can't help but I know someone who probably can
I watched GW last evening on BBC 2 didn't know it was being shown again.
One thing that annoys me about some gardening programmes is when they sow seeds they don't show how to water them It's okay for me I know how to sow tomato seeds but anyone trying for the first time would just follow what was shown and Monty didn't water his
Good morning, also chilly here 5C and overcast.
Dove you'll have to get the tickling stick out for the broad beans
Winter are you working today
Bekkie you'll have to learn to pace yourself, hope you feel better today.
I've offered some of the famous Dave saved tomato seeds on the swap thread. Enough to send to two peeps first come first served, give me a shout by PM if you want them. Outdoor medium sized cherry bush ones.
Clari will verify that they taste nice
I have saved seeds from an outdoor (medium sized cherry) bush tomato ( grown in pots here) variety unknown but goes by the name of Dave
Enough for two peeps first to send PM's with postal info' welcome to them. Nothing expected in return
Good luck with the quiz Panda you have a PM.
I said I was poor at ID's Guess it wouldn't taste good in a stew Hi Nut
Edd that is my thought hence question about leaves..I have a bay tree...but I'm usually poor at ID's.
Verdun that is sad about the young person.
Not up to jammin Runny I broke my recorder and the spoons have gone rusty
Lesley my eric' plants are called that cos' I can't spell ericaceous
Winter you deserve a rest, enjoy