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green thumb

Posted: 18/03/2014 at 21:03

my lawn is a mess artjak, I wouldn't have a clue what to get, they do a spring summer and autumn treatment, supposed to do wonders

green thumb

Posted: 18/03/2014 at 20:56

hi, can anyone tell me if they would recommend greenthumb lawn treatment, a company that weed and feed your lawn every 3 months, cant decide if I should use them, thanks


Posted: 04/09/2013 at 20:10

hi everyone, thanks for your posts, it is the the jasmine, on the 2 links, but not nearly as nice,as i said hardly any flowers and i agree with diddy, it was a waste of trellis, so i have cut it all down and dug it out, my back is killing me now ha ha, i will find another climber next spring, maybe a white jasmine, they look lovely and i believe smell nice, i have a honeysuckle in the front which is lovely. thanks again everyone for all your help 


Posted: 03/09/2013 at 21:28

no swiss sue, i know its not honeysuckle, its driving me insane now, because i cant remember the name of it, ive been all over the internet trying to find it, the flowers are really tiny, sometimes they only time i know they are there is when the bees are on it,i think it flowers early summer, its thick with leaves, which are quite small but long, wider at the top then go to a point, i will have to try and post a pic tomorrow


Posted: 03/09/2013 at 20:40

ooh fidgetbones, reading your post, i know its not a jasmine, i did know the name of it, but i just cant think, i know its quite commen, hopefully, it will come back to me and i will post again, thanks  


Posted: 03/09/2013 at 20:21

 hi everyone

i have a climber against my wall, i think its a jasmine, but im not sure, it gets tiny red or dark pink flowers but not many, its is very thick and top heavy, it has pulled the trellis off the wall, will it be ok, if i cut it back now, and does anyone know why it gets such a small amount of flowers, the few i do get, the bees love. thanks


Posted: 17/08/2013 at 16:18

thanks for the advise, i thought i should deadhead them, the seed heads underneath the flowers remind of geraniums, hope that doesnt sound silly 

No berries on my rowan trees

Posted: 17/08/2013 at 16:12

glad to say my rowan trees are laden down with berries, they are in clay soil, but they are 15 years old 


Posted: 17/08/2013 at 15:24

thanks for all your advice, verdun, your agastache sounds lovely, but i have got nowhere to overwinter, and my planters are heavy stone. thanks again everyone  



Posted: 17/08/2013 at 13:03

thanks fidgetbones, i bought them as perennials, so i hope they are

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