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Pruning Conifer Hedge

Posted: Today at 08:47

Thanks everyone,  Ceres, I had read that link but I have no idea what 'variety' I have so I couldn't really follow it . Dove, I just wanted to tidy it up a bit so I guess it is 'trimming'. I was really querying it because there seems to be some sort of fruit/berry on it and I wasn't sure whether I had to leave it til after it had finished. 

Pruning Conifer Hedge

Posted: Yesterday at 15:33

When is the best time to prune a Conifer hedge please?

New Pepper Plants

Posted: 22/05/2015 at 07:11

My friend gave me three pepper plants (in approx 3 inch pots) and already I think I have done something wrong   they were looking dry so I watered them but now some of the lower leaves are starting to shrivel up and look papery! Am I over or under watering????  

Sowing seeds

Posted: 17/05/2015 at 09:56

I have a lot of 'sow direct' seeds to go out but I am forecast heavy rain for a few days. Is this a good thing or will it disturb the seeds? thanks

Tea Anyone?

Posted: 05/05/2015 at 16:49

Thanks everyone, so glad I have a use for my mountain of used T bags

Leggy Pansies

Posted: 05/05/2015 at 16:47

Thanks Blue Onion, they are currently in flower, so wasn't sure whether to do it now. 


Posted: 05/05/2015 at 16:45

Thanks WW, thought mud shifts sounded great fun!   

Thanks also to Wayne  

Leggy Pansies

Posted: 04/05/2015 at 13:11

I have some Pansies that have self seeded over the past few years and although they are still very pretty  they seem quite 'leggy'. Can I cut them down a bit or do I have to wait until they have finished flowering? Also, when would be a good time to divide them?  Many Thanks

Tea Anyone?

Posted: 04/05/2015 at 11:49

Thanks for replies, forgot to mention I use T bags. To clarify, if I save up, empty out, can I put on top of soil or do I have to tickle in?  Don't have a compost heap. 

Tea Anyone?

Posted: 04/05/2015 at 08:58

I have noticed a few posts recently about coffee in the garden but was wondering what I could do with tea, (I am partial to a cup or two of Yorkshire  ). I noticed an old thread where Verdon mentioned emptying out and sprinkling on ericacious plants. I am keen to do this but was curious, is it only good for ericacious varieties and what benefits does it have? Thanks

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Pruning Conifer Hedge

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New Pepper Plants

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Sowing seeds

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Leggy Pansies

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Tea Anyone?

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Aerating Lawn Sandals

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Looking up current additions to threads

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Painting garden ornaments

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Soil improvement around Acer

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Novice veg grower

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