Latest posts by Lilylouise

May In Your Garden

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 15:35

Kate - it is a bit  Once all the bedding is in, the garden is easy to look after- just picking over and watering for me and mowing the grass and weeding the veggies for Barry

Garden Gallery

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 13:24

A few photos taken in our garden  this week

Front garden ready for planting up in a couple of weeks time

Some of the bedding plants !

 A few photos of the back garden

May In Your Garden

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 13:10

It will be interesting to compare the grafted ones to the ones I have grown from seed,Lottie ! The Aubergine plants arrived a couple of weeks ago and were potted up- they are growing really well and have just been potted up again!The peppers are due to arrive sometime this week

can't get a photo on

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 12:57

Doris - I upload my photos to photobucket then click on the  Direct Link line.Click the tree symbol  in the GW message box which will bring another page up - then click on external link  and then paste into the box. It took me ages to get photos on here but this works for me

Pam x


Posted: 18/05/2012 at 12:47

Amazing photos steephill

I am rubbish at taking Wildlife pics as you will see

I noticed these spiders yesterday

 I am worried about this beautiful Bee - it was on the same flower for a very long time yesterday I haven't been down to check yet if it is still there today

May In Your Garden

Posted: 18/05/2012 at 12:42

I hope you get your job Flowerchild I rescued a grafted Plum Tomato plant the other day for 20p reduced from £3.99  The lower leaves look rubbish but the new growth is fine  I am growing grafted Aubergines and Peppers this year for the first time so I will be interested to see how the tomato does

The bedding plants are now out of the greenhouses

Houseplant SOS from complete novice!

Posted: 17/05/2012 at 16:18

Bob is a Dracaena marginata - I would let the compost dry out a bit and put him somewhere bright but not direct sunlight and do as Averil says - give hime a mist now and then - I hope he recovers

Pam x

Welcome to the plants forum

Posted: 17/05/2012 at 07:53
A.M wrote (see)

This year I've gone seed planting mad! (Poppies, Rudbeckias, Sunflowers, Helicrysums, Branchycome Daisies & various veggies too) My windowsils are full. Brachycome Daisies are growing well but long & leggy. Can anyone tell me if they are a trailing plant please? Thank you.

Brachycombe is a very pretty trailing plant - trimming it back will help it to bush out  I take cuttings from my plants at the end of the summer for the following year and in the Spring if they are getting a bit unruly have been known to take the scissors to them without any detrimental effect

Pam x

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