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Talkback: Greenhouse heating

Posted: Yesterday at 19:51

start using it when you put tender plants annuals - veg / tomatoes  inside your greenhouse. annuals will mostly die if there is a frost.

penstemon seeds

Posted: Yesterday at 19:47

Ok 

penstemon seeds

Posted: Yesterday at 19:39

not in a heated propagator, just a tray with a plastic lid on the windowsill. 

Rhino Greenhouse

Posted: Yesterday at 19:29

Landscaper2 - it would depend on your budget if your buying new, i have an Elite belmont greenhouse I like it very much, but there is plenty very good brands. greenhouse people tend to have good offers. 

nope Utd unlikely to gain there attacking instincts, to slow - no pace - falcao rubbish - rvp gone missing - di maria needs to pull his finger out. need better players like Mel said, I don't think they will finish in the top 4 as well.

 

Hello from Canada

Posted: Yesterday at 19:08

Hi johngreen , I wish I had the space for some chickens and some pigs especially a micro pigs 

penstemon seeds

Posted: Yesterday at 19:04

I sowed some the other day scarlett queen, it said on the the packet 30-50 days to germinate 

seeds, what now?

Posted: Yesterday at 18:56

what variety of stocks have you grown?  It will probably be to cold for stocks in the shed unless its heated in my opinion, I pot mine up into individual cell trays and keep them in the house until its warmed up enough to move them into the cold greenhouse. they can go in the shed but they will need bring inside in the evening. 

You can sow some more stocks in about 4 weeks time to keep flowers though most of the season. 

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 13:16

lovely pictures berghill 

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 13:13

Great picture pansyface I am not normally a fan of hellebores or healibore paullypaul , you might of just changed my mind  .

I very much enjoyed your video paullypaul .You got a good size garden with great potential , you got a lot of colour in dahlias for a late flower bloom, but not much late spring - early/mid summer in my opinion have you got more plans for extra colour? peonys dont flower long and I would wait until autumn to move them, they do tend to sulk if you disturbe the roots.

How to propagate bedding plants.

Posted: 28/02/2015 at 21:32

seeds mostly, buy a pack of marigolds and have a go. instructions are on the packet.

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