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cottage pinks

Posted: 23/10/2015 at 16:03

With any plants .you start off with a pot that is just a little bit bigger than the root then pot on gradually as they fill that particular pot,  I don't suppose they will grow much over winter, so start off with probably a four inch as they are only plug plants.

i would keep them in a cold frame or greenhouse for this winter, they are very small to leave out.

if they have that mesh or netting stuff on them remove it, then the roots can grow.


Posted: 23/10/2015 at 15:55

Hosta, I will try and put your piccy on when I come up next week.


Posted: 23/10/2015 at 03:58

Friends of ours in Wales eato them, the butcher sells them, you do need one each though.

hedgehogs, baked in clay, lovely!!! Not that I could bring myself but I know those that do, or did, years ago. 


Posted: 23/10/2015 at 03:52

I assumed Kay was talking about her profile pic. That can't be done on iPad, or is that just me can't do it

did you put yours on via iPad Chrissy? Without Facebook.


Posted: 22/10/2015 at 18:40

You can only put the profile photo on from a computer,/laptop, not iPad unfortunately 


Posted: 22/10/2015 at 18:29

Plant them now, and plant deep, the first ones I planted tended to flower horizontal by the Spring.! 



Posted: 22/10/2015 at 18:27

My thoughts, buy as big a one as you can afford, you can always fill it. Or two smaller ones, one to keep warm one just frost free.

go for toughened glass, secured well to the base.


Posted: 22/10/2015 at 18:12

Verdun, Lou said the are Ash.

we had a similar problem with new neighbour where we used to live, we moved here, no neighbours and all the boundary hedges are ours.


Posted: 22/10/2015 at 17:45

I think I must have been an Egyptian in a previous life, I absolutely adore cats, this last one is my 14th. (Not all at once) I have only ever had 8 at one time.

to protect my seedlings, I put chicken wire or sticks/canes over the soil. Once the plants have grown they don't dig there, just don't have any bare soil, cover it with plants, which is a good reason to get going with gardening.


Overwintering sweet pea seeds

Posted: 22/10/2015 at 17:31

I agree with Meadow, and won't sow mine till next Feb/March.

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