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Latest posts by lynne24

foxgloves

Posted: 04/11/2012 at 11:43

thanks all you guys for the advice, i dont know what i would without this site, you are all so knowledgeable

foxgloves

Posted: 03/11/2012 at 18:42

i cant wait to see them in flower, i know this seems silly, i have always loved them, but only found out this year what they where called, i grew the round leaf one's from seed and the pointed leaf one's from TM

foxgloves

Posted: 02/11/2012 at 20:55

thankyou dovefromabove, i wont worry about them now

foxgloves

Posted: 02/11/2012 at 20:42

hi everyone, i hope this isnt a silly question, i planted some foxgloves in september, i dont know what type they are, but they have long pointed leaves and the slugs loved them, but i managed to save them (out at night with a torch ha ha) my question is, they have new shoots coming from the middle that look nice and healthy, but the ouside leaves are lying on the soil and dont look verry happy, they look like they are rotting, do i cut them off or leave them, i have always wanted to grow foxgloves, i would hate to loose them, i also have the other type with more rounded leaves, they seem fine, any advice would be appreciated, thanks

hydrangea

Posted: 02/11/2012 at 14:05

thanks for your help guys

 

hydrangea

Posted: 02/11/2012 at 13:28

i have a small hydrangea bush in my garden, the flowers are still lovely on it, my question is do i need to do anything to it, or just leave it until spring and them prune it, many thanks

buddjlea buzz

Posted: 12/10/2012 at 17:21

thanks gracie

buddjlea buzz

Posted: 12/10/2012 at 16:15

hi gracie, hope i have took the cutting right, i have cut just below the leaf node, they are about 6inchs long, and ihave left a few new leaves on them, i also put them on the side of the pot, does that sound right?

buddjlea buzz

Posted: 11/10/2012 at 21:11

hi christopher, thanks for advise,yes they are long flowering, and i had butterflies i have never had before, i got them from TM they are supposed to be small enough for large pots, but i think they will be better in the garden so i will move them next spring, the cuttings are for my family, thanks again

buddjlea buzz

Posted: 11/10/2012 at 20:24

hi everyone, i have taken cuttings of my buddjlea buzz, i have them on my window sill in the kitchen, what i need to know is, do i need to water them, and also, do i need to keep them indoors,

Discussions started by lynne24

id please

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monty

cuttings 
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phlox

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help

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green thumb

advice 
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climber

advice please 
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phlox

advise please 
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foxgloves

advice please 
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allium

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free plants

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honeysuckle

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laurel

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clean garden

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buddjlea

buddjlea roots 
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