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Help needed!

Posted: 03/08/2015 at 13:31

I don't use the weather thing either, I have other apps for that. I don't normally have any problems with the site. 

I'd like something that lets you go to the next post without having to jump back to Latest Posts, preferably sited at the bottom of the screen.


Posted: 25/07/2015 at 23:10

I can honestly say that I have never seen a butterfly or caterpillar on a nettle, although I know they are supposed to be food plants for invertebrates. I have looked quite hard but no luck yet!

How special we are to share our planet with plants!

Posted: 25/07/2015 at 16:11

The pale blue one (photo 4) is a flax, Linum. The last one is Crimson Clover, Trifolium incarnartum. The second photo looks more like a Candytuft but not sure. I think 3 and 5 are some kind of cornflower.

Weed with black pods

Posted: 22/07/2015 at 21:20

Don't worry, it's an annual so you just need to pull it out. It will be back next year, yank it out when you see the flowers so that it can't seed everywhere. No need for weedkiller.

Instant Gardener

Posted: 22/07/2015 at 16:16

Only if you eat them. Very young children must be supervised in the garden, older ones can be taught not to put things in their mouths unless they know it's edible.

wild strawberries

Posted: 22/07/2015 at 16:13

Wild strawberries don't need any special nurturing, they often grow in thin poor soil in the wild. I suspect the dry conditions this year might affect the taste. However, all the ones I have popped into my mouth on country walks have been yummy!

Wisteria.......... again

Posted: 21/07/2015 at 19:04

Bolusanthus speciosus - it's beautiful. Usually used for bonsai, I'm not sure it's hardy outdoors in the UK.

can they live in pots?

Posted: 21/07/2015 at 18:56

I've found that Digitalis doesn't do at all well in pots, I'd put that one in the ground. As it's a biennial it will die next year anyway.

ID please

Posted: 20/07/2015 at 19:12

Cotoneasters are one of the largest groups and are difficult to ID to species, so good luck with identifying any further!

Phlox Deadheading ?

Posted: 20/07/2015 at 10:29

Which kind of Phlox? I don't bother with my creeping Phlox subulata.

Discussions started by landgirl100

Old secateurs

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Tree spinach

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Gorgeous fern

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Who ate the lupins???

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Cherry plum suckers

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Seeds in mortar

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Greenhouse renovation?

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Seeds have arrived!

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Can't get no inspiration!

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