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Music in the Garden

Posted: 03/04/2014 at 16:59

I'm probably one of those annoying neighbours Ashleigh  I often listen to Rihanna, Paloma Faith or Jessie J (or similar), although I am aware of our neighbours. My nan lives next door to a same age woman (grand 'ol age of 81!) and at my house we have a disabled child who can get distressed with loud noises, so I keep it down, and when he's a school I turn it up a bit 

Half a lilac shrub & pigeon damage ?

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:50

Is it possible that they killed a part and that induced coral spot? Just a thought.

Half a lilac shrub & pigeon damage ?

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:43

That sounds really wierd. Nut, is it possible that they were eating a pest off the plant or something? 

age of sycamore tree

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:36

Well I've just read that they take between 20 and 50 years to reach full maturity And that is between 20-35 metres. They also live upto 400 years, so I'd say between 20 and 400 years. Not really a help I know, but it's something 

Hosta Problem

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:31

Whoops, sorry Tracey! 

cucamelons

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:31

I saw these on Beechgrove Gardens, that lady grew them and tasted them. I'm really wanting to try them, but I don't like melons or cucumbers, and you guys aren't singing their praises, so maybe I won't 

Hosta Problem

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:29

Haha that's alright, I just hope I'm correct 

Help ID these plants, please

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:28

Yes, Zantedeschia, although it might not be. I believe they are poisonous, and can cause itching or burning. It may be an idea to remove it, they're actually quite expensive plants! 

Hosta Problem

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:24

Quite possibly. Many leaves when touching something wet rot. I wouldn't put them in the GH, as they're fully hardy and quite forgiving. Trying watering directly into the soil, or if it rains, wiping the sides of the pot maybe? I hope thatd do the trick 

Hosta Problem

Posted: 02/04/2014 at 21:18

I thought Hostas like a moist environment? Mine are in compost that's constantly wet And they do fine. They're from poundland, 4 for £1, and I can't resist a bargain!  If the leaves are constantly wet or touching the wet compost, then they may rot. 

Discussions started by Ryan Lloyd

What happens when I'm at work!

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Dodgey Dahlia's

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Bringing back the Annual!

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Creating New Cultivars...

How do they do it? 
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Pulmonaria! :)

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Plants Online

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National Collections

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Primula Vulgaris and Veris

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Annoying threads

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Wildlife Pond

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Garden Questions and Advice :)

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New Blog

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Morrisions

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Need more entertainment.

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What annuals can I sow for summer colour?

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