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hellebore niger seeds

Posted: 11/06/2012 at 22:31

Patience is the name of the game, hope i get a few oddities, thanks

hellebore niger seeds

Posted: 11/06/2012 at 22:11

Hi Alina, thanks, covered with a little vermiculite but ok, just didn't know it would take that long, how long till they flower

hellebore niger seeds

Posted: 11/06/2012 at 21:35

Hi, I remember reading somewhere "sow the seeds when the seed pod splits", this i did back in april, and have yet to see any germinate, in plants on this web site it says sow in autumn. Has anyone raised hellebores from seed, whens the best time to sow, and how long do they take to germinate, any answers would be gratefully received, thanks

Brunnera Jack Frost

Posted: 05/06/2012 at 10:16

Hi sally, i cut my jacks back to nothing when the leaves get tired and discoloured, this i do a little later in the year and have never had a problem, loads of fresh new growth, if in doubt only take some of the larger leaves off

Unknown beetle..

Posted: 10/05/2012 at 04:19

Beware if you grow lavender, these buggers love it, i found the easiest way to get rid of them is just collect them, to escape they just drop so come from beneath and in to your hands they fall. Dont leave them cos they breed, and breed

OLD MAN TULIPS

Posted: 03/05/2012 at 05:11

thanks for the replies, i shall get outside an shake it???

Acer assistance - NEWBIE NEEDS HELP!

Posted: 03/05/2012 at 05:07

Hi, looking at "mummy", trunk colour, leaf size/colour, and general shape, she looks like acer palmatum orange dream, compare against others at the garden centres to be sure. As for the seedlings, not to sure, i have 5 acers all in pots, aged between 6 and 10 years old and only one has produced seeds (last year) but i get the same seedlings and have done for many years, would be interested to see what they are, hope you succeed in growing them on.

OLD MAN TULIPS

Posted: 02/05/2012 at 04:59

Hi, never been a great fan of tulips, but colour was needed as the daffs began to fade, so, i bit the bullet and 36 bulbs found a new home, planted in november 6in deep with a little compost and well watered in i thought see you in the spring.  Well,  all have become fully flowered, and in the colour chosen, the problem is all but 2 are bent over double with their heads resting gently on the soil,??? No pest damage, no virus, could it be just saturated heads with all this rain, any ideas, thanks

Bonsai

Posted: 23/04/2012 at 08:40

Go on you tube and punch up Graham Potter, some great tutorials

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Discussions started by pash

Two Hellebores

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Couch grass

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hellebore niger seeds

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OLD MAN TULIPS

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