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New to Forum, needing some help

Posted: 28/05/2013 at 15:05

Livingstone daisy, nowt wrong with them. They do have a habit of growing like that, especially when there's not a enough light. These need full on sun..even as seedlings.

I would say, top tray needs more compost and it's looks far too wet !

Prick out into big 15 cells/modules, wilkos sells them and put them in full sun - hold back that water your drowning them. 

Remember - Moist...not waterlogged !

Mice in my raised beds

Posted: 27/05/2013 at 22:50

Your right, there probably is loads about. But I don't feel the need to keep killing wildlife. It's the local cat population that are the troublesome ones - dirty and messy.

Bindweed? Knotweed? advice appreciated

Posted: 27/05/2013 at 20:54

Good tip. Gold1locks.

garden fence & shed

Posted: 27/05/2013 at 20:31

Just give it a scrub with jeyes and let it dry, then paint. If you don't protect it, it's just going to rot, fall apart and cost money to replace...sooner or later.

Mice in my raised beds

Posted: 27/05/2013 at 20:26

Aww, I have a resident mouse at the allotment. Never done any harm to me so won't be doing any harm to her. Only ever seen the one...and one little home. Had it years now and never been a bother to myself or my crops.

Bindweed? Knotweed? advice appreciated

Posted: 27/05/2013 at 20:21

But it isn't bindweed lucky3. The roots are different colour, bindweed roots are white those are black/brown.

My posts

Posted: 27/05/2013 at 19:52

Click on your forum name, my settings on the drop down menu. Scroll down too forum settings and click on it...you will, if you go to bottom of the page see forum notifactions and a list of what you posted in. Clik on thread you wish to return. Better than nowt I suppose. Right ?

First Ever Garden

Posted: 27/05/2013 at 19:46

http://www.houzz.com/photos/landscape

Check out the above link, got some beauty ideas which can be used for inspiration.

sweet pea - are mine annual or perennial?

Posted: 27/05/2013 at 19:40

By not removing fading flowers, you will end up with mass of seed pods which doesn't look nice. I usually remove the flower stems with scissors and pop them in a little vase onto my kitchen windowsill. Very fragrant.

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A Compost recipe !!

The recipe for making the perfect compost 
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Compost, they reckon !!!

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