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My Bristol Garden in 2015

Posted: Today at 11:44

Ours if free, we have big bags which they will supply and empty for free, the bags are given free up to five.. I asked about buying it back but they dont sell it to the public, only put it on their own gardens/parks etc,

Handy!

Posted: Today at 11:41

Yes! Certainly grown since then. Just about one year old.X

GW weather

Posted: Today at 10:32

The forecast, which should show five days detailed, is only showing one day, (today)

Is it just mine or anyone else noticed the same?

Seed and plant swap 2015

Posted: Today at 09:45

Archie, could I have some broad beans please, if anyone else wants them,  10 would do me just to top up last years. I will pm you in a mo.

Derbyduck, I lost all my messages a while ago so I dont have your address anymor, I have pm'ed you about it,sorry.

Handy!

Posted: Today at 09:40

Super idea, Ivonne, must remember to do that.

My Bristol Garden in 2015

Posted: Today at 09:38

Same weather here Marion, 3·3 at the moment with promise of sleet, I feel sorry for the people who took the chance and sowed seeds this week!

-your Hellebore above looks promising, mine are just beginning to pop open, very slow this year and the snowdrops havent opened at all, still standing straight. I have a photo of them from last year 18th Jan, all fully opened.

Do you have to pay yet for your green waste to be collected, ours is still free at the moment?

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Today at 00:07

I fancy the Limelight, I bought a little Vanilla Fraise a couple of years ago from Parkers, only 6.99 and last summer had quite a few flowers, very pretty colour change. This year should be much better.

Cornflowers

Posted: Yesterday at 17:45

Also sow some more in Spring, the ones you sowed in the Autumn should have been sown in the open ground, they would then come up very tough, doing their natural thing

Lobelia/Pratia pedunculata or Blue Star Creeper

Posted: Yesterday at 13:56

You must persevere with the cuttings, its so pretty and what a lovely big clump.

I had the Lobelia Richardii which doesn't grow from seed, I layered it, I don't know if yours would take the same, just pull out strands and peg it to the ground. May not work but worth a try.

It's my birthday

Posted: Yesterday at 13:52

I blame my dad, on leave from the Navy! 

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Fishy

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Plant ID please

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would anyone know what this is please.

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would anyone know what this is please.

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Helebores

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This is what happens when.....

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extra nitrogen

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