Salino


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What is this ornamental tree please?

Posted: 01/01/2014 at 11:54

..I think you were right earlier with Swedish Whitebeam - Sorbus intermedia.

''S. intermedia was introduced to cultivation in 1789, and is now widely planted as an ornamental tree, especially in town streets and parks.''

..from Online Atlas of British and Irish street trees

planting depth for roses

Posted: 07/12/2013 at 18:30

..I find the graft such an ugly thing to look at.... out of sight preferably, for me..

Where NOT to order from online

Posted: 17/11/2013 at 19:08

..both RHS Wisley online and Telegraph Garden Shop use Crocus to supply their plants...it says on their terms and conditions...

... it might be better in future to order direct from them...

 

RHS is a Joke

Posted: 27/10/2013 at 18:36

...I'm surprised it's still going... they've been threatening to close that forum for some time...it was due to shut earlier this year...

Camera Corner

Posted: 27/10/2013 at 12:50

...just catching up with photos on this thread...all very nice...I do like the landscape ones in particular.... is that Lake Windermere above there little-ann...? 

...if my house is still standing by end of tomorrow...I might post a couple more as I'd like some advice.... wind is terrible here.. I can see a Silver Birch tree looks precarious in the distance...it's huge..and ripe for destruction in something like this...houses nearby too...not mine...I can sense a '1987' brewing...

high winds and greenhouses

Posted: 26/10/2013 at 19:57

...I also have a wind tunnel and I shut the whole lot up... I don't know if it's the best thing to do but it's what I feel safer with...I'm afraid something will blow out otherwise..

Ladybirds

Posted: 25/10/2013 at 16:08

...you are not alone....I've had a few lately...red and  orangey ones...on my dining table...on the floor...

...ooh...that sounds a bit saucy....

Autumn colour

Posted: 25/10/2013 at 14:32

...thank you...it was lovely...

Autumn colour

Posted: 25/10/2013 at 13:10

^...that's 'Spartan'....very nice too, isn't it?... right off the tree is best.... I find the shop ones don't taste as nice, having been left to hang around a bit...rather like Cox in that way, I find...

...now I want another one...

Autumn colour

Posted: 25/10/2013 at 12:53

...that apple of Fairygirl's looks like one I used to grow in my last garden called 'Spartan'... I grew it not only for it's flavour but because of that rich dark colour...it's self fertile and ripens at this time of year.... should be some in the shops soon... the flesh should be pure white...if not, then it's something else..

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weedy ID's please

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Heartbleed

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Windows 8.1 - a warning !

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Photo test thread only...

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Home Baking

please show us your culinary delights... 
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Sweet Pea thread

Sweet and Everlasting peas... 
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