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Where are YOU?

Posted: Yesterday at 15:46

sunny south in the heart of the new forest

Oh no, lily beetles are back!

Posted: Yesterday at 15:05

as soon as it stops raining I am off to have a look, horrid little blighters

My new garden...suggestions appreciated.

Posted: Yesterday at 14:59

wow that one big tree, and like you I would get rid, dig in pleanty of compost, organic matter into the soil, the tree has most probably taken all the life from any soil, you can always use pots to start of with, give the garden a year and then you will see where the sun comes in , look around other peoples gardens in the area and see what they are growing. Its all good fun and trial and error, keep a look out in the local garden centres for reduced plants, usually with a bit of tlc they come back to life .

Tea break Plant ID

Posted: Yesterday at 14:48

a quick guessing game 1 might be honesty and 4 could be astrantia but leaves look a bit big 

Seed raising problem

Posted: 08/05/2013 at 21:15

i first used mpc and seeds went crazy and leggy, so i brought special seed compost, but it gets a hard crust on the top, a few things are coming up but not what i expected it maybe just the difference in the temperatures being so irate

euphorbia looks like mildew

Posted: 08/05/2013 at 21:10

thanks both clk yes it maybe just the weather, i will give it a spray with bic soda and water which apparently helps mildew thanks guys

euphorbia looks like mildew

Posted: 08/05/2013 at 17:37

hi folks i have got euphorbia fireglow, which has come up a treat, but it looks although it has got milky mildew, i  have watered it regularly, is this normal for euphorbias as this is the first one ive grown,

propagation boasts and failures

Posted: 08/05/2013 at 17:30

have after three attemps got some dahlia , delphinums and pholx cuttings, put into a good gritty mix sprayed and popped a half bottle over them, spray every few days and it looks although they have taken. whenever i buy new plants i always spilt them into two plants, just greedy like that

Advice on slug free plants

Posted: 16/04/2013 at 11:49

sterelitza not sure if they like achillea , i dont think so because the leaves are a littl brittle, i have placed collars made from plastic bottle with copper tape around all my delphinums, lupins, poppys and they have kept the blighters away, also put flour and water in yogurt pots around the garden, they are drawn to the  yeast in the flower, anything is worth a go.

Talkback: Frogs and toads in the garden

Posted: 15/04/2013 at 15:45

i was digging a new bed out a month ago, when i thought it was a large stone with a pretty strippy pattern, i went to pick it up and nearly shoot fifteen feet in the air, with a large scream that followed, it was a toad, dug down to keep warm, i covered him back with the soil and placed some grass and straw over him so, i knew where he was. , continued to dig away from the spot, named him timmy the toad, after a week or more, he dissapeared, but i have put a small pond in now, so i hope he returns for his delux abode.

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Discussions started by kimrosefreak

euphorbia looks like mildew

any ideas to help 
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dahlia cuttings

help 
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