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Weed/plant ID

Posted: 10/03/2017 at 17:37

2 looks like Herb Robert, which is a Geranium and usually regarded as a weed, I however like it, except for the smell when it is bruised, which is horrible.

Agree with Willow herb and Euphorbia [ can't remember which one, but a weed}

Hello Forkers - March Thread

Posted: 10/03/2017 at 17:34

Wot fairy, you mean you don't have a banana slicer, you are so last year.

Don't let my OH know that women are allowed to write, they will be getting the vote soon!

Did anyone else have earache with the lurgy, because during the day it has come on and it is now very painful?

Last edited: 10 March 2017 17:34:30

Choosing position for Acer Dissectum in container.

Posted: 10/03/2017 at 17:29

Extra grit would be as good as perlite and a lot cheaper too.

Sorry looking Hebe

Posted: 10/03/2017 at 15:58

Sadly Sheps, evergreen does not necessarily mean hardy.

programmes to watch

Posted: 10/03/2017 at 09:31

Really looking forward to new series of Line of Duty.

Enjoying Homeland at the moment

Hello Forkers - March Thread

Posted: 10/03/2017 at 09:19

Hi all.

Happy Birthday, Chicklet. Give my love to Nottingham Chicky.

Pat E. Don't worry, I was only joshing, love a bit of banter, between friends.

Lovely to see you posting on here more frequently SGL.

Dry and cool, I think it will be a good gardening day.

Potential arguments this w/e. Calcutta Cup match, OH a fiery Scot, me a passionate Englishman, always fun.

Hello Forkers - March Thread

Posted: 09/03/2017 at 13:21

All is well with the world, a pair of Mallards flew onto the pond this morning and they are looking quite amorous, maybe ducklings again this year.

Hello Forkers - March Thread

Posted: 09/03/2017 at 12:14

Hi all

Are we of any use for anything Clari?

Sunny and very windy here, am enjoying some light weeding and tidying, trying to identify planting spaces for a greenhouse full of plants.


Posted: 09/03/2017 at 12:10

I agree with much of what Verdun says, but in my experience, S.arundicea do not recover from cutting back and neither do S.tennuissima.

This may be climatic [ almost typed climactic then! ]

Growing Fushcias in pots

Posted: 08/03/2017 at 19:46

The size of the pot needed, depends on the size of the plant.

Small plants should start in small pots, then as plants get bigger, they go into larger pots.

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