Mrs M

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Crocus and Daffodils

Posted: 20/11/2016 at 15:52

Great - thanks for your reply and for the info.. I will see if I can find either of these.

Crocus and Daffodils

Posted: 20/11/2016 at 15:43

Hi, can anyone tell me if you can grow all  Crocus and Daffodils / Narcissus in the grass or is it only certain ones which will grow there ?

. First grade loose root plants

Posted: 06/01/2016 at 20:42

Yes, exactly - however, now we know what to expect if ordering "loose root". We live and learn.

. First grade loose root plants

Posted: 06/01/2016 at 19:49

Hi.Thanks for your replies. I also googled it Mark but nothing seemed to explain the term. I had been looking at a Hosta Philippa but other plants used that term too. The company I was looking at was J Parkers, who I have dealt with before and their plug plants were great.  I imagine the loose root  means free from (without) soil and so is similar to bare root. Will probably just give it a try and satisfy my curiosity..

. First grade loose root plants

Posted: 06/01/2016 at 15:22

Hi. Can anyone tell me   what size  First grade loose root plants are ? That is the description given on a nursery website of plants I was looking at. Any other size descriptions would be useful too if anyone knows of any.  Many thanks.

Greenhouse or Lean to ??

Posted: 23/03/2015 at 14:21

Oh that's a shame - in fact it is terrible !!  Why is nothing straightforward?  After looking forward to getting it assembled and getting started you are left feeling disappointed and angry. It wasn't even cheap, I would say. Mine was cheap and I also had a problem with a piece which was broken and screws not long enough to hold the roof in place. However, the company did rectify it without quibble. I am not sure how it will be in the wind mind you !!  Hopefully you get yours sorted and you are happy with it in the end. Happy gardening. x

Greenhouse or Lean to ??

Posted: 23/03/2015 at 12:38

Well finally I  made up my mind......I have just bought an inexpensive double cold frame to start my seeds / harden off plants for this year anyway. This has let me get on with it and even if I decide to buy a full greenhouse later, this cold frame will be fine for hardening off my plants so it will still be of use to me. Thanks all for your suggestions. How did you get on with yours Little Miss Sunshine?

Greenhouse or Lean to ??

Posted: 09/03/2015 at 16:20

I am quite sure you will be pleased with it.  It looks attractive and if it is big enough for your purpose, that is all you need. I hope it is dry on Wednesday / Thursday so that you can get it assembled. Good  luck. Hear from you soon.

Greenhouse or Lean to ??

Posted: 09/03/2015 at 15:33

Thanks for sending the link. I would be looking for a bit more depth though. However, it certainly looks ideal.  I really think that if I bought that size I would soon be wishing I had gone for something bigger. I am going to look at that website and see if they have a bigger size.  Hope you are happy with your purchase when it arrives and I am quite sure you will be able to construct it. I would be interested to hear how you get on. Thanks for now.

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