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Latest posts by Labradouble

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General purpose feeding

Posted: Yesterday at 08:23

Many thanks for all your suggestions 

 

Maintaining Clematis

Posted: 16/04/2015 at 17:25

Thank you very much.. I don't know what variety it is, but shall wait the flowers as outlined above and hope for good results !!

Thanks again

Labradouble

 

General purpose feeding

Posted: 16/04/2015 at 17:20

Many thanks 

Maintaining Clematis

Posted: 16/04/2015 at 09:44

I have clematis growing in a container. supported up the wall. They  have given lots of lovely white flowers years, although appear a bit few and far between in appearance, I wondered if, now that the new plants are growing I could encourage bushier flowers by pinching the tops of the plants ( I have heard of this method, but do not know what to do) and would appreciate any help at all)

Many thanks

Labradouble

General purpose feeding

Posted: 16/04/2015 at 09:35

Please could I get some advice on the best from of fertiliser/plant food to use generally around the garden,I have mainly shrubs including hydrangea.

Many thanks

Labradouble

Lop Sided Korean FIr Tree

Posted: 12/04/2015 at 18:06

Many thanks both. I will post a picture and check out i Player !

 

 

Cant find reply from Nut cutlet

Posted: 12/04/2015 at 12:27

Thanks vey much for your reply ( and the assistance in reading it !!)

Yes Lesley, as you can probably tell, I have two, they are almost 15 now, but still fairly healthy...

Cant find reply from Nut cutlet

Posted: 12/04/2015 at 11:59

I posted a thread earlier on today and received an email informing me that Nut cutlet had responded to my query. I am unable to find this response. Please help.

Many thanks

Labradouble.

Lop Sided Korean FIr Tree

Posted: 12/04/2015 at 09:39

I have a mature Korean FIr Tree in the garden, which is very healtthy.

As some of its' branches overhang the lawn, the grass having died in this area, I  decided to remove some of these branches in order to remedy the situation.

I cut them back, leaving  about two feet of bare branch from the bark. I now have a 'lop-sided tree, with bare branches on one side and healthy flourishing branches on the other.

Please advise if, in time these will replenish themselves and what remedial work I should take, i.e feeding etc. to encourage said growth..!!

I did consider removing the tree, but it does provide a lovely feature in the garden ( or I should say, did, prior my pruning !!)

Thanks very much 

Labradouble

Advice about the pond

Posted: 12/10/2014 at 15:24

Thanks for all your advice re:the Algae in my pond, I would now like to ask some advice regarding covering the pond over the coming months.

I have been advised to cover it with netting to reduce the build up of leaves etc..

Is it enough to get fine netting and cut out holes where the current plants are?

Many thanks again

Labradouble

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Maintaining Clematis

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General purpose feeding

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Cant find reply from Nut cutlet

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Lop Sided Korean FIr Tree

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Advice about the pond

Covering the pond over Autumn/Winter 
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Dry Australian Tree Fern?

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Clear pond please !!

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Planting bulbs

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Flowers

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Instant Colour needed

Planting flowers in Juy 
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Planting in Dappled shade

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Weedkiller on new lawn

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Uneven lawn

 
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Evergreen Flowering climber

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Wooden log edging

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