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MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 07/09/2013 at 12:18

4thPanda, have you worked what causes this  'accidental buying of shrubs'. I suffer from this condition as well and I can't find cause or cure

Agree with you on NT, RHS and a lot of other organisations WW. 

Wooden garden furniture

Posted: 07/09/2013 at 11:11

I put one bench in the cold GH. Handy for coffee breaks in winter.

Tree Peony

Posted: 07/09/2013 at 09:50

I'd have a look to see if it's still there bobbie. They're big seeds, easy to find. Do it gently. if you see a root, stop and put it all back. You'll get a shoot next spring. If the seed is still there and hard, don't cover it in a cold frame for winter leave it out.

It doesn't need water in summer if it hasn't made a root. If it hasn't germinated in spring nothing will happen before next spring. Rotting could occur

Talkback: Autumn crocus pot display

Posted: 07/09/2013 at 09:24

There was a talk on bees advertised locally, illustrated with a picture of a wasp on wasp nest. 

I think it's a different person, a designer maybe? that chooses pictures

 

Tree Peony

Posted: 07/09/2013 at 08:14

18 months ago would have been a spring sowing. Paeonies like to be sown fresh. But don't chuck it yet, as Reed says they can be slow. Also sometimes they just make a root the first year and shoots the next. It may have done that. Give it another spring

seed share

Posted: 06/09/2013 at 22:47

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Malva moschata, and unidentified hetrbaceous salvia, light bkluish mauve about 30inches tall, very pretty, came from a mixed pack of seed and never IDd. Baptisia australis, Scutellaria altissimma, Salvia verticillata, mauve,Phlomis tuberosa, Kitaibela vitiflolia, (white), Libertia grandiflora, and a white dianthus from the 'Loveliness' strain,

Talkback: Autumn crocus pot display

Posted: 06/09/2013 at 21:33

If not Pickwick then a similar spring flowering crocus, complete with spring crocus leaves

Help Identifying Unknown Plant Shoots

Posted: 06/09/2013 at 19:58

not a clue chompy. Never seen anything like that

Dissapointed

Posted: 06/09/2013 at 19:32

what do you see as a meadow effect? the plants you have there are the sort that used to grow as weeds in cornfields. Isthat what you want or are you thinking more of an old hay meadow or the prairie planting as Piet Oudolf does

seed share

Posted: 06/09/2013 at 19:28

righto Diddy

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