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rotten horse manure advice

Posted: 30/08/2015 at 09:11

Thank you everyone

once again this forum has been fantastic

rotten horse manure advice

Posted: 29/08/2015 at 18:36


thanks for that

rotten horse manure advice

Posted: 29/08/2015 at 18:15

Hi I have a large tub of well rotten horse manure and over the years it has collected liquid from the rain

I would like to know if it is ok to drain off some liquid and use it neat on my plants in tubs or does it need watering down first?

I have two heathers in pots that I ""got "" in Scotland and they are more important to me than the other plants

They have been in compost, soil plus some manure on top for a while and today I thought of watering them with the liquid gold

any advice please

Thank you

Gunnera manicata

Posted: 06/04/2015 at 14:07

Thank you

Gunnera manicata

Posted: 06/04/2015 at 12:10

Hi I have three Gunnera manicata's and planning on moving in the next six months

so would like to know what is best to do.

Dig up one of the smaller Gunnera manicata's now and out it in a pot ready for the move


wait until I move and dig it up then, one of the problems being the size of the leaves and disturbing the roots.  

Thank you

Just for fun

Posted: 21/04/2014 at 09:13

 Never try & Out do a Woman!!! Hahaha!!!...

One evening a Husband, thinking he was being funny, said to his wife, 'Perhaps we should start washing your clothes in 'Slim Fast'. Maybe it would take a few inches off of your butt!'
His wife was not amused, and decided that she simply couldn't let such a comment go unrewarded.
The next morning the husband took a pair of underwear out of his drawer. 'What the Hell is this?' he said to himself as a little 'dust' cloud appeared when he shook them out.
'April', he hollered into the bathroom, 'Why did you put Talcum Powder in my underwear?'
She replied, 'It's not talcum powder; it's Miracle Grow'.

Gunnera manicata

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 15:00

Thank you everyone now replanted and watered.


Gunnera manicata

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 09:00

Thank you everyone

Is it still safe to move one of them now after it has been move twice already in the past month. Due to bad advice.

The main Gunnera was split and replanted and the other 2 plants were  planted then a week later replanted and now  the leaves forming on all three so would it be safe to move one of them again this year or wait until next year?

Gunnera manicata

Posted: 19/04/2014 at 20:25

Any one have some advice PLease

Gunnera manicata

Posted: 10/04/2014 at 15:08

Hi I have just split my Gunnera manicata and planted the three off shoots.

But today I was told to plant them close together  so they would support each other say a foot apart but I think this is too close together

What do you all think?


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