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Secret Garden

Posted: 22/08/2016 at 17:23

I know what you mean - 'though I am trying to do things mostly by propagating these days, so I have pots of cuttings all over the place and end up mostly giving them away (it's the only way I can keep friends!!!!).

Secret Garden

Posted: 22/08/2016 at 13:21

Got there purely by accident - I entered without putting in my subscription number and it then asked for my surname and that worked.  Not very logical if you ask me!  Many thanks for your help anyway, Verdun.  Lisa.

Secret Garden

Posted: 22/08/2016 at 12:07

I am already logged into the site so I shouldn't need to put in my password again, and if I do, I can't see anywhere to put it!

Secret Garden

Posted: 22/08/2016 at 11:32

Does anyon know how you access the secret garden section - every time I enter my subscriber number in the log-in box it comes up with an error - this is driving my crackers!

Growing basil

Posted: 31/05/2016 at 13:36

Not only can you split them, you can take cuttings and pop them in a glass of water until they root.  Then just pot them on into individual pots.  This way you can self perpetuate one plant ad infenitum (in theory)!


Posted: 20/05/2016 at 17:29

Oh, I don't know - one can grow to love it!


Posted: 20/05/2016 at 09:57

I have been making my own comfrey feed for a couple of years now, but I have two questions - 

1)  How long will it keep?  I usually put the undiluted mix into old milk bottles, but have some left over from last year and am not certain whether this old mix is any good or not.

2)  Having just watched Monty's video on the subject, he used his spare leaves as a mulch on his greenhouse toms, I wonder if using the liquid feed on top of this would be too much?

Buying online

Posted: 09/02/2016 at 10:00

I find I now go to garden centres and cringe when I see the prices - buying online beats the socks off GCs on all counts!

Perennial wallflower

Posted: 13/04/2013 at 18:56

I would love to know too!

Can I plant a lawn on heavy clay

Posted: 26/02/2013 at 23:38

My garden is terribly steep and we have literally moved tons and tons of heavy clay soil from the bottom to level off the higher part and because it is such a large area the only practical solution is to lay it to grass.  I realise I will have to add lots of sand and compost etc to the top layer before planting grass seed, but does anyone have any suggestions to make the job easier?  Is there a type of grass seed more suited to heavy soil?

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Can I plant a lawn on heavy clay

A large sloped area where the only practical thing will be grass 
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