Lyn


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Have you got yours yet?

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 19:35

Is that so bad then, getting a work permit.?

plenty of Brits available to do care work or fruit/veg picking, they just don't want to.

not many years ago people would fight to get a job fruit picking, even my daughter, aged 10 at the time, went asparagus picking, and her friends loved potato harvest time, boost their pocket money no end. 

ID please

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 19:29

The reason I said Agapanthus is that my Monbretia is only about 6" tall so far, very pale bright green and standing erect, not floppy.

my Kaffir Lily's not up at all yet and it's a bit thin for day lily? 

Mail Order "A Lottery"? number 2

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 19:25

Amy how did you get a photo that small, I can't enlarge it either, what are those plugs.

those top ones look lovely, I would be well pleased with those.

i bought, yes folks, bought! trailing begonia plugs from Wyvale this year, half inch tall, they doubled in a week, 5.99 for 20, the reason I didn't buy on line was because they weren't dispatching quick enough. I got mine on the 7th March so plenty of time to grow on.

ID please

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 19:18

Sometimes that happens if you're using an iPad, the site isn't iPad/phone friendly, but if you tap or click on the photos they come up the right way.

i think the strapped plants could be Agapanthus, and may look nice at the back of the rockery.

Newbie help please :)

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 19:15

I don't think you can expect miracles in the first year of planting, they are building up their roots first. If that little box is in the sun, trailing Rosemary would look nice interspersed with the peri winkle.

Have you got yours yet?

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 19:09

I don't think we would starve with out belonging to the EU.

Have you got yours yet?

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 19:00

And then there was Queen Elizabeth 1st  nursey called Bernard

Newbie - Privet Hedge Stumps

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 18:58

Gosh! I wouldn't use those products, you'll never grow anything there again. Have you tried an iron bar and a small pick axe, I wouldnt  have thought privet that bigger rooted plants. We took out a 100' row of 30 year old conifers and got it all out.

clematis socialis

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 18:54

Beautiful, but they don't grow well here, apart from a Nelly Moser type and a Montana, the others are very weedy looking.

clematis Ovation

Posted: 11/04/2016 at 18:53

It's gorgeous, does it live outside Richard?

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