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What are you planting in your pots and containers?

Posted: 05/06/2015 at 12:12

looks lovely,Chicky

What are you planting in your pots and containers?

Posted: 05/06/2015 at 10:35

Agapanthus look good in pots, mine are coming along nicely.  Also pelargoniums, fuchsias and hostas (if you can keep the snails away). Alliums also do well and look great, and the bees love them. Also have a couple of Acers (one red, one green) which look fab in big pots.  Looking forward to admiring them later on the patio with a glass of wine

Acer problem

Posted: 03/05/2013 at 14:31

Mine is exactly the same - just make sure it has enough water and it will be fine.

 

Tree Ferns

Posted: 03/05/2013 at 12:19

Does anyone know anything about tree ferns??  I have a magnificent example which has always produced loads of large fronds every year, but last year only a few tiny fronds appeared (the trunk is about 4ft tall).  I always protect it from frost.  Somebody said I could saw a length off of the trunk and repot this section - any advice would be very welcome

Too late to plant Tulip/Daff bulbs?

Posted: 22/01/2013 at 15:55

Thanks, Leorna, J and others who have responded - I will plant the alliums in a large bucket and hopefully transfer them to the garden when the weather improves.  Will let you know what happens! After all, trial and error is all part of the gardening learning experience, isn't it?? 

Autumn planting of Alliums (not!!)

Posted: 17/01/2013 at 12:36

Is it too late to plant alliums?? (January)  I bought some earlier but haven't had the chance to plant them ..... they are large bulbs and need to be planted 8" down which will be hard in my clay soil (especially now it's covered in snow).  What should I do with them??

Too late to plant Tulip/Daff bulbs?

Posted: 07/01/2013 at 16:20

What about allium bulbs??  I bought some large ones before all the dreadful weather, so didn't get round to planting them - also it says to plant them 8" down, which will be very difficult in my clay soil.  Any ideas? (they are not suitable for planting in pots, apparently).

When to prune zebra grass?

Posted: 04/01/2013 at 15:32

Thanks, I'll keep that in mind

When to prune zebra grass?

Posted: 04/01/2013 at 13:16

That's great, thanks for your help.

When to prune zebra grass?

Posted: 04/01/2013 at 10:35

My quite impressive Zebra Grass has looked great all summer and winter (although it's gone brown now) - do I need to prune it yet (or at all??)  Thanks

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Tree Ferns

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