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Sizzling Summer Plant Deal

Posted: 07/06/2012 at 18:35

thank you for that

Sizzling Summer Plant Deal

Posted: 07/06/2012 at 17:13

Thank you

Sizzling Summer Plant Deal

Posted: 07/06/2012 at 17:12

40 of them google money saving expert and this weeks e mail

Sizzling Summer Plant Deal

Posted: 07/06/2012 at 16:47

Thanks

So i have just wasted money? £15

All i want is some prertty flowers for my garden to add loads of colour all the green stuff is on one side and the colour on the other but i just want flowers i can plant and forget untill i know what i am doing.

You see my wife has left and i have just got into gardening to occupy me

Sizzling Summer Plant Deal

Posted: 07/06/2012 at 16:23

What do i do at winter?

 

Sizzling Summer Plant Deal

Posted: 07/06/2012 at 16:14

Can some one please tell me if these plants are the type you plant out in the garden and forget and flower every year upon year or do they die off at winter and you have to buy some more?

 included, but it has confirmed each pack will contain fuchsias, petunias and geraniums. Other plants it might contain include begonias, dianthus', becopas, asters, violas and bidens.

Thanks

Gardeners told 'wash off compost'

Posted: 29/05/2012 at 18:45

 legionnaires carried on water droplets in the compost has always been the case.

This was on the news last year and the year before that etc.

how to plant

Posted: 29/05/2012 at 14:56

Thanks everyone

how to plant

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 19:30
figrat wrote (see)
This sounds very well thought out and I can't think of anything else that you should or could do. Hopefully you'll put this Amazonian giant in its new home and stand back...

Oh yes it is my baby and one of the first plants i would of planted apart from some bulbs at weekend.

Gardening was my Ex's domane but i have just got into it and learning even the digging is fun for now!!!

how to plant

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 18:22

Hi i hope i have done this right for the gunnera manicate.

I have dug a hole twice the size of the pot it is in, the clay at the bottom of the hole i have broken up a little then put a layer of manure in the hole followed by some top soil mixed with more manure.

Then i filled the hole with water.

Next maybe tomorrow i plan on puting compost and the plant in the hole with the top of the plant pot soil being level with the new hole and bedding in and more manure on top plus tons of water.

Would this be okay?

Thanks

Would this be okay

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Gunnera manicata

how far apart 
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Gunnera manicata

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Gunnera manicata

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Scotch Thistle

Onopordum acanthium 
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What is this please

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Gunnera manicata

what to do now 
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conker tree bonsi style

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compost or top soil

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sumps

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glyphosate.

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liquid plant food

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Rockery plan

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Hobbie tray and mini plugs???

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Sizzling Summer Plant Deal

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