Paul 23

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Hanging Baskets

Posted: 21/11/2013 at 15:10

My four year old girl already loves to help and she's keen to have her own hanging basket,her favourite colours are pink and purple so anything along them lines would be brilliant.

My boundaries in the garden are wooden fencing and at the moment the garden is just a lawn although something did used to grow in the boundaries because they are already marked out but covered in weeds.

I'm looking to grow shrubs down one side of the garden and I have a young tree in the middle of the lawn and i'm hoping to dig out a circle around it and put flowers in but I don't know what kind to plant.

Hanging Baskets

Posted: 20/11/2013 at 20:31

Hello,i'm new on here and to "proper" gardening apart from a couple of rose trees and strawberry plants and i'm looking for advice.I've recently been given some hanging basket frames and chains and would like to grow my own instead of just buying ready made baskets,how would I start and what would you advise me to grow?

I've also been given a job lot of tools,(various sized forks,spades,hoes) and I fancy making use of them.My wife says I can do what I like with the front garden as long as I leave the back garden for the kids.It's facing east and gets sunlight in the morning but none in the afternoon.I was thinking of planting in the borders and digging out or putting in a raised flower bed but i'm not sure what to plant so again i'm open to all advice.The garden is approx. 20'x9'. Thank you in advance,

Wasteland garden.....please help

Posted: 12/11/2013 at 07:03

I found a brilliant idea from one of my childrens schools to keep them entertained,half buried old car tyres keep them entertained with jumping and balancing games.Dig them in now and reseed the grass and next summer they look great,most places will you the tyres for free.

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