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Latest posts by Lyn

First Delphinium Jubilee Ever

Posted: 18/10/2014 at 11:42

I have a huge snail, footprint as big as my hand, I expect those types would just occur naturally in your country...

Gardening Books

Posted: 18/10/2014 at 11:37

Wrong thread RB ?

Wish list for seed and plant swap

Posted: 18/10/2014 at 11:25

You're very welcome LG2

Planting up my grandmother's abandoned grave

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 21:32

I dont think, after reading up on the cemetery, that Jess would get away with putting a pot there. when I sugested she put a pot there and run, I didnt realise how official the site is run.

You have to put in an application form for anything you want to place.

You could get away with it down here in Cornwall, but never in that place!

At least Jess will know that the plots are well looked ater.

There are fees to be paid and paper work to be done.


Garden Fencing

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 14:27

I would think the gaps are for expansion, when it gets constantly wet in the winter, it will swell, its not overlap, just butted.


new or old

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 13:13 

There are some youtube clips. We used to go to all the 

folk festivals from late 70' to late 80's they were always good for a laugh!

Planting up my grandmother's abandoned grave

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 13:04

This site is so well maintained that you wont be able to drop as much a buttercup in there.

Its swept twice a day, bins emptied 3 times a day.

They do their own planting of what suits the wildlife in that area, even the compost bins are worked for ecological value.

 They have won awards for best kept grounds for cleanliness and wildlife. They have trained staff who patrol the site every single day.

Definitely wont need gardening tools to find it, no need for a mashete!

Spring tulips and daffodils in my strawberry beds?

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 12:27

Yes, I would think thats ok, will give a bit of colour in the spring.

Lady Boothby Fushcia

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 12:26

Just leave them for now then when you see new shoots in the Spring, just chop back to the ground. They will appreciate a nice thick mulch ready for winter, homemade compost, well rooted farm muck or just a pile of leaves.

Botanical name

Posted: 16/10/2014 at 23:03

No chance here then, its a beautiful plant though. It has yellow flowers as well as the striking coloured leaves.

Discussions started by Lyn

conflicting info.

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GW weather

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Plant ID please

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Recommended Books

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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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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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