Lilylouise


Latest posts by Lilylouise

Powdery mildew

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 20:27

I will

I will let you know if it works or not

Pam x

What is your kind of garden?

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 20:26

I am a bit of everything gardener

Pam x

Fork Handles

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 20:23

Oh dear

Powdery mildew

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 20:21

Thanks Geoff  A few years ago we visited a garden in Cornwall where they gardened by the phases of the moon- the chap there told us about the milk thingy and I thought he said full cream milk What shall I do - decisions ,decisions !!!

Flower ID

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 20:13

Could it be Musk Mallow Bob? It is very pretty!

http://wildseed.co.uk/species/view/85

Pam x

 

Powdery mildew

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 20:07

Quite a few of my Cucumber leaves have developed powdery mildew already

I don't want to use a chemical spray and seem to remember something about using full cream milk and water - I think the ratio was 1 part milk to 9 parts water . Does anyone know about this ,please

Pam x

July in the garden!!

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 16:12

Beautiful plants The Potsmith - I love your Aquilegia and PoppiesI love your Meadowsweet  Gracie The garden is very soggy at the moment - we have been deadheading the front garden today - took ages! I just hope we get a couple of good days before the 22nd or our visitors will think our garden is rubbish.

I will do a video just after our open day all being well

Pam x

July in the garden!!

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 11:25

You are all very kind about our garden - thankyou - your words are much appreciated  The Peas are Hurst Green Shaft they usually have between 9 and 11 peas in a pod but my son found a couple with 12 peas !!!!

Pam x

 

Belfast sink.

Posted: 08/07/2012 at 05:48
jude5 wrote (see)

Blimey! You're just showing off lilylouise! Seriously though, love that African blue, where can I get some?

Sorry jude5  I just love Basils  I have a spare cutting if you would like one

Pam x

Tomato leaf problems - help

Posted: 08/07/2012 at 05:44

My tomatoes in the greenhouse are growing in flower buckets with the bottoms cut on top of grobags. I have made a few holes in the bottom of the bags so they don't get waterlogged. The reason for  not watering  erratically is that the tomatoes can get Blossom end rot. The weather does dictate how much water the plants need - when it is hot and sunny ( this year that is a joke!) they need a lot more. I have 2 plants per grobag and feed with Tomorite once a week.

This photo was taken about a month ago

Pam x

http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m551/lilylouise1/greenhouses001-1.jpg

 

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