Latest posts by little-ann

Isn't a thankyou in order?

Posted: 10/07/2012 at 08:49

click on you name at the top of the page, options are listed, choose your posts two clicks only all my posts are listed not just the last ten

Red dogwood

Posted: 10/07/2012 at 07:20

i always cut mine hard back in early spring so as to enjoy the bare red stems in the winter months

Red dogwood

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 21:56

i just keep thinking it might be better tomorrow

Tomato leaf problems - help

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 09:08

that is the most comprehensive and informative lesson on growing tomatos that i have ever read, thank you to all the people who contributed,   

Red dogwood

Posted: 08/07/2012 at 16:07

are the stems broken or just bent, if they are only bent stake it, if they are broken cut them back

Welcome to the potting shed

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 11:04

hi how are you are you, still over the border. I didnt know you were still posting on this board, i got a bit fed up with the constant carping on the bbc board so dont post very often but its nice to 'see' you


Welcome to the potting shed

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 10:26

i had 600 small plugs from Mr Fothergill, petunia, verbena, lobelia, antirrhinum and i only lost about half a dozen. they were planted into cell trays and kept in the greenhouse (no heating but bubble wrapped) until they were big enough to put out in pots and baskets and some in the garden, considering how wet its been they aren't doing too bad but i am hoping we might get some better weather soon

Storing seeds

Posted: 04/07/2012 at 15:44

i was told seeds are best stored cold and dry.

i keep mine in a plastic box with some of those little desiccant packets that come in packages with electrical  goods, cameras etc in the bottom of the fridge

Coverage of Hampton Court Flower Show

Posted: 04/07/2012 at 09:31

I tuned in to Hampton Court Palace flower show and got such a shock to find it was all about flowers and gardens. Ayls is an author and has articles in a wide range of magazines she may not be to everybody's taste but her points of view are as valid as anyone else's, i agree with the gentleman about lawns i prefer not to waste my time with one,and i expect if you added up how much you would have spent in labour and have spent on materials for your own garden you might be surprised

RHS and National Trust.

Posted: 03/06/2012 at 20:36

but the national trust has some wonderful gardens

Discussions started by little-ann

Autumn is very near

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butternut squash

help please 
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cucumber mosaic virus or red spider mite

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Christine Walkden

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ident please

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Talkback: The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014

thank you James for some common sense regarding show gardens 
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the vernon geranium company

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Bob Flowerdew

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red banana ensete

what to do now 
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how do you use it 
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sweet pea thread 
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comfrey liquid feed

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whos going to tatton 
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can you confirm 
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getting rid of ground elder

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