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Gardens we Have Visited 2014

Posted: 04/08/2014 at 00:35

Beautiful Lizzie, I am really into long borders, you see why I need another one to match mine, they are always in twos.

Pleased you had a lovely holiday in York, I havent been there for years.

Purple Sprouting - What else over Winter ?

Posted: 03/08/2014 at 20:11

Sow Durham Early cabbage seeds in August, We are still eating ours from last year, loads of Spring greens and some in the freezer.

White flowers

Posted: 03/08/2014 at 17:14

I have just bought a Choisya sundance, thats white evergreen and likes shade, and cost 1.30, needs potting up but will be good next year.

my garden is like an explosion in the paint factory, if it grows for me, it stays. Any colours, I just love them all.

 

 

 

 

Wish list for seed and plant swap

Posted: 03/08/2014 at 14:07

And I have a fuchsia pink colour almost bordering on purple.

SGL you need to keep a close eye on foxglove seeds now, one day they are greenish, next day popped.

Pull the whole pod carefully off the plant and open it over a sheet of paper, its like dust.

How to post photos from iPad

Posted: 03/08/2014 at 13:58

I dont know if android and ipad are similar, but i can click on the star in the main search box then select to save as bookmarks. I have tried it and it works on tablet.

I cant wait for my ipad to arrive.

Straggly Geranium Mavis Simpson

Posted: 03/08/2014 at 13:54

They are going to a good home Bekkie, the first 2 you sent are lovely little plants, you would think they had been in for ages.

Dont worry about not marking them, I dont mind and I can always shuffle around next year.

Rotting courgettes

Posted: 03/08/2014 at 13:44

Lyn, could you tell me what this has to do with Dr Who, I am intrigued

Japanese Anenomes

Posted: 03/08/2014 at 13:40

You coud dig a trench around what you want to keep and put plastic sheeting down to stop the roots travelling.

snapdragons

Posted: 03/08/2014 at 08:14

Depending on where you live, the old plant wil flower next year, dont dig them up, just cut down in autumn. I have some lovely ones all from last year

tomato propagation

Posted: 02/08/2014 at 19:21

A lot of sites do a lot of faffing about, all I did was hooked them out washed them off dried them on kitchen paper and as it was March, put them straight in a pot, 

For next year, just leave them on the window sill to dry and store in a paper envelope. Everything simple and easy for me.

I sowed 4 and they all germinated, they are lovely little cherry ones, straight from the supermarket.

Discussions started by Lyn

Common. milkweed

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New pond

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Royal Cornwall show and WW1.

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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.....

Tomato plants 
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pepper plants

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extra nitrogen

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planting on verge.

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unwins catalogue

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Advent prizes

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ground for runner beans

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My best buy of the year

Lobelia Richardii 
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Any one know what this is?

Azealia  
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