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Kitty Jingga


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To cover wood tip or not?

Posted: 18/09/2012 at 09:15

On my potted plants that were supported by bamboo stick, I noticed the bamboo tip were covered with a plastic cover. What is the purpose of them? Asthetic, safety issues or to protect them from rotting?

I recently purchased a trellis made of willow and notice the end were exposed. Do I need to cover them? 

 

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UPLOADING PICTURES

Posted: 18/09/2012 at 09:10

Thanks!

Full sun and partial shade

Posted: 16/09/2012 at 22:12
In the far end of my south facing garden, the sun shines from late morning till about afternoon. Would that area be suitable for plants that needs full sun like lavender and thyme. From midafternoon till evening, that corner is fully shaded.

Jasmine

Posted: 16/09/2012 at 12:05

Thanks Daintiness. That is some really helpful information.

Jasmine

Posted: 15/09/2012 at 22:30

I'm planning to plant some winter jasmine to climb on my trellis. I was thinking of planting the normal white jasmines together with the winter variety. Any thoughts?

Is there any other jasmine that will flower throughout the year. Any good variety I should look out for?

May has come early.

Posted: 15/09/2012 at 22:16

Mine has lots of buds too....but not sure they are leave or flower buds.

 

Primrose

Posted: 04/09/2012 at 22:38

Oooooh, all this talk about primrose. I can't wait to get them this weekend. I wonder what colour I should get.

last night's Gardeners' World

Posted: 04/09/2012 at 13:30

I have bees on my dahlias everyday. I think it's a favourite of them.

Wisteria

Posted: 04/09/2012 at 13:23

If I were to get a wisteria cutting and plant them, would they flower by next spring? Are they a fast growing and slow growing hedge plant?

White Aster turning red

Posted: 04/09/2012 at 11:27

My white aster has bloomed really well with lots of beautiful white flowers. But lately, the flower petals are having a slight red tinge on it. Is that normal?

When I bought the white aster, the tag says it blooms for only a season. A quick check on the internet reveals it's a perenial. So which is which?

Do I still need to deadhead the red tinged flowers to encourage new growth at this time of the year or is it too late now?

 

Discussions started by Kitty Jingga

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Is the onset of blackspot on my newly planted Queen Elizabeth Rose?  
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Spent plants

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To cover wood tip or not?

I recently purchased a trellis made of willow and notice the end were exposed. Do I need to cover them?  
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Last Post: 18/09/2012 at 23:10

Full sun and partial shade

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Last Post: 17/09/2012 at 05:52

Jasmine

Growing Jasmine 
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Last Post: 19/09/2012 at 14:44

White Aster turning red

White aster turning red 
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Primrose

Primrose 
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