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Latest posts by nutcutlet

Ideas for a small, low maintenance garden (almost from scratch)

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 22:30

i'm a dead loss at garden planning but the bark to hold in moisture sounds a good plan

Physalis - when can I harvest

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 22:28

I've got that one addict and until this year it has spread like mad. this year it's shrunk and hardly any flowers.

 

create meadow?

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 22:24

Nick, these are a couple of links to forum discussions on growing wildflowers and creating meadows. They may be useful

http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/talkback/growing-wildflowers-for-bees-and-butterflies/89364.html

 

http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/wildlife-gardening/creating-a-wildflower-garden/75234.html

Physalis - when can I harvest

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 22:06

looked them up. they're tender perennials.

Physalis - when can I harvest

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 22:04

do they spread wb? I thought they were annuals. Mine are in pots so they won't take over the world

Hollyhocks

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 22:00

Never heard that one. I would have thought you were right about the toxic.

Woodash is supposed to be good for someting but I can't remember what. 

 

Moving plants/shrubs. Help pls

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 21:49

it is a new language. you'll soon speak it.

I had a look at the photos you've posted and seen all hardy deciduous shrubs, these will lose their leaves in winter but won't die. prune/move or leave them alone in the winter.

Plus one herbaceous perennial which will be hardy, the one with yellow flowers. that can be split up in autumn or spring and the bits replanted to make a bigger patch.

there are a lot of things on youtube demonstrating how it's done plus loads of recordings of assorted TV gardening programmes. there was a series which may havebeen called 'how to be a gardener' or sometging similar with Alan Titchmarsh. He got right down to the basics in that programme and shoed how to do everything.

worth a watch.

Young cherry tree

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 21:27

all my cherries were small this year, I blamed the weather

Monkey Puzzle Tree

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 21:25

I wonder if you can do the bonsai thing with monkey puzzles. 

Physalis - when can I harvest

Posted: 05/08/2013 at 21:15

I'm expecting mine to go brown with an orange fruit as I've seen n the shops but it seems a slow process. Tomatoes are ripening round them and the physalis have looked the same for ages. It's my first try.

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