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Multi coloured perennial nasturtium possible??

Posted: 29/11/2014 at 15:25

Nasturtiums are annual but you get seedlings appearing the next year sometimes.

What are your favourite native flowers?

Posted: 28/11/2014 at 18:41

A good collection.

Traveller's Joy, I love a good thug

Bit doubtful about the freesias though

Spindle berries are good this year.

What are your favourite native flowers?

Posted: 28/11/2014 at 17:40

Harebells lived in the chalk grassland around Cambridge when I was a kid Susan.

They grew better there than they do for me. I've also seen an excellent showing between the slabs on a friend's patio.

I've set some going in the gravel where I keep the babies. I hope I don't come to regret that

What are your favourite native flowers?

Posted: 28/11/2014 at 17:34

There's a nice bank of cowslips on one of the parkways as well Landgirl

also I like yellow rattle, it really does reduce the grass 

What are your favourite native flowers?

Posted: 28/11/2014 at 17:26

I forgot vipers bugloss

What are your favourite native flowers?

Posted: 28/11/2014 at 17:26

Where to start

Harebells, yellow bedstraw because I like the scent, lesser knapweed because it puts up with my soil and competes with the grass. Lots of peas; common vetch, birdsfoot trefoil and tufted vetch especially.

Plus all those others have mentioned but not cauliflower, it gives me belly ache

My 2 stroke oil solidified on bottle I tapped it into the petrol tank, problem?

Posted: 28/11/2014 at 08:53

I'd be concerned re not enough liquid oil within the petrol to avoid seizure. But I'm no mechanic. I keep an OH for that sort of thing

Talkback: Plants for dry shade

Posted: 27/11/2014 at 21:47

Mine do OK dry and long as absolutely no sun hits them at any time

keep of the grass in winter

Posted: 27/11/2014 at 19:12

That's the mower in tractor mode pulling the shredder behind it Salino. An invention by OH as we're getting past pushing the shredder through mud

Cotoneaster lacteus is very good this year

keep of the grass in winter

Posted: 27/11/2014 at 19:09

We've got a lot more winter works to do yet and that's the only route for machinery.

Nice to know you recognise it Philippa

It will be a bit lighter there next year as well Dove, that should help. Some big laurels went through the shredder

Discussions started by nutcutlet

keep of the grass in winter

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Some berries to ID please

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Moth of the day

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Colchicums

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West Acre

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What pollinates Molly the Witch

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How hardy are my plants

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Hummingbird Hawkmoth

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Just look at this seed head

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I've cleaned out my greenhouse

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I've got a new butterfly

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Oddity

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Knowing when to stop

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Blackbirds in the mower shed

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Agapanthus

when shall I put it back in the garden 
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