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front garden design

Posted: 04/04/2013 at 20:18

hostas are worth the trouble, planted in groups looks fab.

no need to use pellets (yuk} go outside in the eveing armed with a torch and tub. snail picking.

Those wonderful blue salvias

Posted: 04/04/2013 at 20:14

ive sown these last week now waiting for them to germinate. 


Posted: 09/07/2012 at 08:14

also when you harvest, if its dry leave on the ground so they can dry out. This will prevent rotting when you store then.


Transplanting japanese acer

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 08:09

Hi Ive moved my maple twice in two years and its doing great now. It was in a pot then i moved it to the front garden but it was to dry and windy. so now I moved it to the back in a shaded area that is fed by the gutter when it rains.  Its never looked better.

baffled by strawbs and a mystery plant

Posted: 09/07/2012 at 07:24

I stand corrected but they do eat dead and decaying wood as well.

baffled by strawbs and a mystery plant

Posted: 07/07/2012 at 08:02

woodlice only eat dead and rotting wood.


Any ideas what has happened to my foxglove?

Posted: 20/06/2012 at 19:23

cool word "fasciation" you learn somthing new everyday.

How long do Lupins live?

Posted: 20/06/2012 at 19:20

usally after the second year of flowering they tend to go woody and dont flower anymore but there still worth it for early summer display.

entering the competitions

Posted: 20/06/2012 at 19:14

has anyone won anything yet? i enter most of them and stil nothing.

Slugs and snails - help needed!!

Posted: 20/06/2012 at 19:10

i too do not like or have ever used slug pellets, i must admit a few of my plants have holes and some types of plants i carnt grow.

i had some sandstones at the back of the border and this is where they used to hide.

find out where they hide usally somwhere dry and get em. i still carnt crush them so i put them in my bin, they quite like it in there.

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