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Elaeaghus ebbingel Holy Olive

Posted: 08/03/2015 at 14:41

2 of mine do this, bits die back. I've always put it down to the rubbishy soil they're in.

Interestingly I have one that never does die back, it's the one in the most shaded spot The 'soil' is largely brick rubble with the odd plastic fertilizer sack thrown in.

My garden was used as a tip for years before our arrival

ID Please Peeps

Posted: 08/03/2015 at 14:36

If these are forget me nots they'll flower soon and then die, They're biennials. 

Can you plant them out?, they'd look nice around spring shrubs.

If the pots are full of root they need potting on

ID Please Peeps

Posted: 08/03/2015 at 13:47

Do some forget me nots have red stems? Mine don't look like that

Photo test thread only...

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 22:16

That's what I got yesterday JonesK. I've never had a problem before

Ever been had ??

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 20:13

Any named variety will be sold as one bulb at a price somewhere between excessive and ridiculous Rb.

For the white carpet you want Galanthus nivalis, bog-standard snowdrops. 

When is the best time to sow strawberries in the UK?

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 20:09

I don't believe the blue strawberries are real. Has anyone seen any growing? 

Ever been had ??

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 19:56

Eurobulbs tell you how many you're going to get for your money

https://eurobulbs.co.uk/single-snowdrop-galanthus.html

 

Anyone done any gardening today?

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 17:42

Great gardening day. Working through the cutting off of last year's top growth. Found an elder growing into the Cornus mas, trunk must have been 3 inches across and I hadn't noticed. Cut back but I doubt I can get it out. Removed some of the mini forest of ash, field maple and other volunteers though.

There are some aches, I've been working on a slope

Gardeners World on TV

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 13:40

Dove, re letting more light in. It helps the weeds germinate more efficiently

Japanese anenome

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 09:43

I find a lot of invasive plants are difficult to get started. Jap anemones have never got established here (I still have hope and the space). Chinese lanterns were also slow to take.

Discussions started by nutcutlet

Bats in the belfry

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choisya

haircut 
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How to reduce biodiversity

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I've got bees

A nest box full of tree bees 
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East Anglian garden visting

any ideas? 
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Water voles

They're back 
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Last Post: 21/05/2015 at 22:52

another bulb from nowhere and a baby shrub

I don't know what they are 
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Last Post: 23/05/2015 at 13:54

Tomatoes in a cold GH

Can i put them out there yet? 
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Last Post: 03/05/2015 at 19:34

another crown imperial question

how much to take off 
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Last Post: 26/04/2015 at 16:42

ID my fungus please

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Last Post: 27/04/2015 at 20:33

3 for ID please

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Forsythia suspensa

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Best bee plants today

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Take care where you put the mouse traps

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Ribes speciosum

prune 
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