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BLACKSPOTS

Posted: 15/07/2013 at 22:58

Thanks for your help Busy-Lizzie/Sunnydayz have been out in the garden the past few days have watered at the roots as said and taken off loads of diseased leaves but boy my Roses are still blooming will be going to the garden centre this week for definate to get some Fungus Clear (thought i had some in my shed).

In near future will let you know how things go.

Thanks for help

BLACKSPOTS

Posted: 04/07/2013 at 22:57

Any advice would be grateful, have 7 Climbing Roses all with Blackspot. What am i doing wrong ?? Or could it be some Roses have this disease??  Also when watering them i water at the roots is this ok to do this way??

Welcome to the garden design forum

Posted: 09/10/2012 at 17:42

Wish my garden was like yours, a mess at the moment laid down a lovely stone patio  in the garden 5 weeks ago and since then yes you have guessed rain rain rain rain rain rain. The rest of the lawn is knee deep scared of getting the mower out weeds ankle deep in the soil and sad to say lost all of my Vegetables, cauliflower broccoli cucumber beetroot etc etc etc can go on, the only 3 veg i managed to save was the Tomatoes grown in the Greenhouse some if nearly 10Ib of potatoes and half a shopping bag of Lettuce. A neighbours garden was like a swimming pool nearly knee deep in water and they lost loads. I think i am going to stick with plants next year and hopefully get a lovely garden like yours, good luck in the future.

Talkback: Feeding birds in summer

Posted: 24/11/2011 at 15:29
Living near farmland i and other neighbours have a lot of magpies and blackbirds in our gardens fighting for the food we leave for the small birds. What food can we leave out for the small birds if any that the magpies etc won't touch.
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