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growing wildflowers for bees and butterflies

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 19:25

Nothing's come in ffb

Both the knapweeds atre totally hardy native plants

wasps-on-my-plum-tree

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 19:10

they're eating the fruit Andrea. I don't think you'll get rid of them there's an endless supply. Theywere all over my cherries and made picking very diffiicult

new-garden

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 19:06

Hi old chippy, I've seen your name on the talkback threads but never seen you on the forum before. Welcome. I agree about not being afraid to try. Sometimes we learn more from getting it wrong than from getting it right

growing wildflowers for bees and butterflies

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 18:30

Yes, it's Greater Knapweed, ffb, lovely thing.

There lesser knapweed as well, similar but lesser

seed share

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 13:08

also raspberry fool I think the onopordum, scotch thistle on fidgetbones post might be your big thistle

sunflower-bugs

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 13:05

They like yellow, I had a pair of yellow trousers, Insects loved me especially the pollen beetles

seed share

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 12:58

addict, I'd love to try the clematis and the tropaeolum please,

I'll PM you

seed share

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 12:53
fidgetbones wrote (see)

I am going to have some seed of roscoea cautleoides Kew beauty, shortly. These have  to be sown fresh like Hellebores and take up to three years to flower. I am looking for some yellow rattle. Also I have aquilegia black Barlow type.also a frilly red one.

Fidgetbones, I've harvested some more yellow rattle and I'd love to try the roscoea please, I'll PM you.

I know you have an acanthus you saved for me, sorry I haven't organised collection. I hope to get your way but if in the meanwhile anyone else wants it, let them have it. You can't look after it for ever

growing wildflowers for bees and butterflies

Posted: 19/08/2013 at 12:47

weeeeeed

bulbs---a-mission-in-itself

Posted: 18/08/2013 at 22:45

Only the small species tulips persist for me. Hyacinths survive for years and keep flowering, possibly not such big flowers but they suit me

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haircut? 
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Seed and plant swap 2015

For the exchange of this and that between forum members 
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NYD flower count 2015

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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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