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Where we are. the Big Map.

Posted: 13/05/2013 at 09:23

Could someone please add me, I'm in Tadley Hampshire.  Thanks

Problem plant identification and irradiation!!

Posted: 30/04/2013 at 15:06

The sap can also iritate skin if it comes into contact.  I would use a weedkiller to get rid, probably take a few years.  Don't let any of it flower to avoid further seeds.  Birds probably spread it after eating the berries

Problem plant identification and irradiation!!

Posted: 30/04/2013 at 09:31

I think it's an Arum, probably the native variety.  Does it produce spikes of flowers then berries?

Talkback:

Posted: 29/04/2013 at 11:32

They are not the same.  They are a natural predator of slugs so you are not introducing any chemicals

I planted these bulbs ages ago and cant remember what they are

Posted: 24/04/2013 at 16:50

The leaves aren't right for star of bethlehem.  I have tulips that look like this but unfortunately I didn't record the name.  There is a range of star shaped tulips which have these very long thin leaves.

Phyllostachys Aurea

Posted: 24/04/2013 at 16:38

I have one of these that has spread 30 feet in one direction with the roots being at least 3 feet down.  Take great care

Bamboo

Posted: 15/04/2013 at 16:29

All you can really do is cut through the roots where they come under the boundary.Dig out the shoots on your side.  If you use weedkiller it could kill the main plant which could lead to a legal battle.  The roots can go down a long way so putting a physical barrier is quite difficult.

Cucumber seedlings

Posted: 12/04/2013 at 15:12

Newbie, mine were Vega F1 from T&M.  Germinated in 2 days in the warm, you have been warned 

baby corn

Posted: 10/04/2013 at 16:38

Alan you must harvest them as the tassels appear do not leave them like ordinary sweetcorn for the tassels to brown.  If you do the cobs will have started to swell and they are awful.  I get about 7-8 per plant and after my first bad year I've been very successful with them.

Got any 'ose?

Posted: 09/04/2013 at 10:24

Tina in the past I have had to get large plants out of pots and here's a idea for you.  Lay the pot and plant on it's side.  Sit down next to it and put your feet on the pot rim.  You can now try and pull the plant out.  If you have crocks in the bottom of the pot it is sometimes possible to put something onto the drainage holes and push against the crocks.  If you can find a volunteer to help one can pull and the other push.

Discussions started by MuddyFork

Any recomendations for a garden to visit

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Shield Bugs

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Runner beans

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Cucumber seedlings

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Are there any Dahlias with a perfume

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Are there any Dahlias with a perfume

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Does anyone know what this plant is?

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Poorly white grape vine

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