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Latest posts by marshmello

Weeds in compost bin?

Posted: 23/04/2013 at 17:06

If you live in the UK, you could be waiting a jolly long time for a compost bin to heat up...and besides, most bins are just too small and skinny to generate an internal heat.

I may put the odd annual weed in the compost but never a perennial.

Christmas tree needles turning brown

Posted: 22/04/2013 at 19:54

Being in a pot won't be doing it any good. These type of trees need lots of nutrients and water.

Fiberglass/ resin planters

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 21:25

I am sure you'd be able to get these from a dedicated fancy garden centres/nursery in your local area, a lot cheaper.

Concrete back yard

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 19:22

It will absorb the wee, but it will eventually leak back onto the concrete through gaps/cracks when it rains, because of the physical barrier of the concrete. Therefore, defeating the purpose for which it was created for. You'll still end up with the brush in your hand.

 

Advice on my overgrown garden (inc pics!)

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 16:23

haha....with great difficulty, looking at that fence. 

You have lots of plans for your garden, good luck with it all. 

Advice on my overgrown garden (inc pics!)

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 15:08

Nothing wrong with the photos in your first post - clik on them and they open in a new window, enlarged.

OMG...

...your first image of the garden was fantastic. Just needed a prune and a bit of a tidying, I'd have possibly replaced some of the shrubs with other plants and twicked the design of the garden overtime - to put my stamp on it.

Concrete back yard

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 14:30

Is there any reason why your dogs need grass ? 

I've a concrete backyard filled with pots for my flowers - looks lovely in the summer when everythings in bloom. 

Patio advice - replacing concrete

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 13:57

Once it's removed, what are your plans for the area ?

Me personally, wouldn't even remove it. Rather, I'd deck over the top of it - probably cheaper and a lot easier. Or, cement some nice slabs/stones...

Multi Purpose compost

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 13:48

I wouldn't touch the stuff with a barge pole. Just my opinion  I'd rather put my money towards buying some better quality compost.

You make no savings by buying rubbish - rather, it costs more.

But if you want too buy...

Advice on an acer palmatum

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 09:16

I agree with the above posters.

Acers are very delicate - any kind of prolonged wind simply strips the tree of its leaves and looks hideous.

Discussions started by marshmello

Product Recall - B&Q

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"Edit"

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Whats the secret to beautiful hanging baskets ?

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Living walls

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Moving lily bulbs

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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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