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Tree being cut in half by a tree tie

Posted: Yesterday at 19:41

I think I'd go with Edd on that one though the future may not be too good either way

Growing plants in sterile medium

Posted: Yesterday at 15:04

I'd check to see how she'd feel about your idea. It's very thoughtful of you but in her position I don't think it's what I'd want. It would constantly remind me of what I couldn't do.

Plant ID

Posted: Yesterday at 14:49

Where are you Newbee, we need to know if you've got a little blue shrub or a tall yellow flowered perennial

or neither of those

Giant Echium (echium pininana)

Posted: Yesterday at 12:13

Is the 5 foot tall one coming up to flower? I don't grow that echium but the ones I do grow are just rosettes until the flower spike starts coming up.  

Also I've found some to be monocarpic, but more tri than biennial.

Tree Peony Transplant

Posted: 19/11/2014 at 22:23

Get as much root as possible and don't plant it any deeper than it is now.

If it's enormous I'd remove a few branches so it doesn't rock around through the winter and you may need to stake it to keep it firm.

I can't think of anything else, someone else might. 

I hope it moves OK

Plant ID

Posted: 19/11/2014 at 18:13

The first might be caryopteris. Is there any more info available? 

Flowers would be blue and the shrub small. 

I think Edd is right with the second

That's quince as in chaenomeles, a flowering shrub not Cydonia a fruit tree.

Still edible though

Daffodil Bulbs

Posted: 18/11/2014 at 20:35

I agree with Welshonion. Plant them now.

Daffodil Bulbs

Posted: 18/11/2014 at 19:50

Put them in the garden Chrissy, they'll be OK

Go on brag about your Autumn Foliage!!!!

Posted: 18/11/2014 at 13:13

Wild cherries and field maples are glowing above and a carpet below. Cotoneasters lacteus, 'Cornubia' and horizontalis are showy. Malus baccata is full of berries and so are some of the spindles.

Looking pretty fine in the sunshine

Cyclamen Books

Posted: 17/11/2014 at 19:12

http://www.cyclamen.org/publications_set.html

The £90 one by Brian Mathew must be really good

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when shall I put it back in the garden 
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