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Latest posts by nutcutlet

Castor oil plant, should I keep it or remove it

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 23:53

I'd keep it. I don't expect you were going to eat it were you? Or concoct something that can be injected into a problem neighbour?

 

Sambucus Nigra

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 21:22

Margaret says no flowers and few leaves this year so maybe last years photo.

Could we see a photo of what it looks like now?

Would members be interested?

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 20:59

 really bad

lycanthrope infestation

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 20:52

Trev's never come back.

Do you think he was winding us up?

Or was someone winding him up?

cancer has meant I can't manage my garden

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 19:16

For every person that can no longer manage their garden there'll be someone who would love a garden to manage. Matching them up is the problem.

 

Would members be interested?

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 19:10

If you don't want to tell it here, what about a new thread

We did have a jokes thread. Can't remember what it was called though so won't be able to find it.

How about a new one called  'Poor Taste'?

I like jokes but I can't remember them

wildlife friendly hedge

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 18:09

http://www.hedging.co.uk/acatalog/Index_Hedging__Trees__Shrubs___Conifers_1.html

A lot of my natives came from here. They sell mixes in the right proportions and are good at instructions. Go bare root in winter for cheapness and reliable establishing

Low growing wildlife lawn?

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 18:05

Yes to yarrow,  daisy, birdsfoot trefoil, clovers, 

if you get buttercups get the meadow ones, Ranunculus acris, not the creeping ones but they do need a bit of height before they flower.

I wonder if your bugle is self-heal, Prunella vulgaris, that flowers in my lawn between mowings. 

I'm not sure if thrift and scarlet pimpernel would compete but worth a try

Also green in my lawn but won't flower if mowed are yellow bedstraw, marjoram,  agrimony and cat's ear

Prostrate thymes and small mints also worth considering

Privet Hawkmoth caterpillar

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 17:55

I love the hawkmoths philppa

Talkback: Water butts and hoverflies

Posted: 07/08/2014 at 09:28

I wash my bird bath out quit often as it gets quite mucky looking with them all washing in there. Then they drink their own bath water

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ID please

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calling the forum cooks

cheese scones 
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choisya

haircut 
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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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another bulb from nowhere and a baby shrub

I don't know what they are 
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Tomatoes in a cold GH

Can i put them out there yet? 
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another crown imperial question

how much to take off 
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ID my fungus please

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