Lyn


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Hello Forkers - April edition

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 16:00

Phew!!! Thank goodness for that πŸ™‚

wot dunnit

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 15:58
nutcutlet says:


We're open to the world Cloggie. We have muntjac, occasional Roe, badger, fox, other people's cats, rats and elephants


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 Was it the ones ones you gave me, I can send some backπŸ˜€

Hydrangea Leaf Issues

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 15:55

Keep it well watered and in the shade, especially when they are young.  Does it need repotting, if so ,do it now before it puts on too much growth.

John innes no 1

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 15:54

Don't put her off, I've laughed so much over all these threads in what would have been a very miserable and difficult time. πŸ˜€


Thanks everyone for cheering me up.

Difference between potting mix and compost

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 15:47

I never new what those high sided pews were forπŸ˜€ I suppose in those days they had to sit through a two hour sermon, anyone would be desperate after that.


I would suggest the OP goes down to Tesco or Morrisons and buy those herbs in pots, plunge them into bigger pots in any compost she chooses from the local GC or even buy it from Morrisons.

Hydrangea Leaf Issues

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 15:37

Have you got that inside, it looks like the sun has scorched it, if in, it's got to go out very quickly, not in the sun, they do better in the shade. 


If the roots haven dried out you can cut the tatty bits off and it will shoot out again.

Is this Ground Elder?

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 11:22

Looks like wild raspberry, Ground Elder would be growing up into the hedging like that.

Coreopsis pest problem and what to do about it

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 11:20

Slugs love those and Echinacea, and lupins and .....😱 you could try putting just two grains of slug pellets on each plant, you may find the slime trail then. 

Can you identify this?

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 00:50
Muddle-Up says:

I also have it in my 'lawn' but I love it!  To each his/her own, I guess!  My garden is of the cottage/wildlife variety, though ( for which read 'scruffy and unkempt! ) so it doesn't matter! 


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 Sounds like my garden, I have huge areas of stinging nettles and brambles I'm never going to get round to taming, I call them my wildlife areas.

How to get rid of a disused swimming pool

Posted: 24/04/2017 at 00:38

Sunken garden?  I'd  love one of those.


Discussions started by Lyn

Hostafans View

A little bit of Heaven 
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Pricking out cosmos

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Birthday thread

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Birthday thread

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Clary 'Blue Denim'

Seeds 
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Clary 'Blue Denim'

Seeds 
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Seed ID please

Any ideas 
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Hosta and Lyns day out

A trip around Rosemoor 
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Insect ID please

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Seed head ID Please

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How pretty!

Flowers in motion 
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Photos from ipad

Made a discovery 
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Shrub ID please

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Paul's Hymalayan Musk rambler

How to prune. 
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ID. Please

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