Singy


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Can anyone help

Posted: 20/10/2013 at 16:54

Interesting fact about that plant.

All parts of the plant contain tropane alkaloids. The berries pose the greatest danger to children because they look attractive and have a somewhat sweet taste. The consumption of two to five berries by a human adult is probably lethal.

Lavender - Hidcote

Posted: 20/10/2013 at 09:51

Thanks, thought as much.

Lavender - Hidcote

Posted: 20/10/2013 at 09:48

Morning All,

I bought some plugs months back and potted them into 3 inch pots and then forgot about them, i was intending the plant them next year but having just been reminded of them i went to check and they are all in need of potting on.

Just before i start to pot them on, i am right in assuming its too late to plant them straight out in final position?

Andy

Acer

Posted: 17/10/2013 at 17:01

Most of my acers in pots have started to drop leaves, one in fact is almost bare, i dont think there are any problems and the well established ones at my parents look much the same.

Indoor Living Wall

Posted: 17/10/2013 at 16:24

You pick up the lanscaping fabric from any b&q/homebase but they usually charge over the odds for it, i tend to buy it from b&m bargains/homebargains/poundstetcher/wilkos etc when i happen to go bargain hunting.  Probably not he best time of year to get hold of it though. 

You can also get it online for a fraction of the price, ebay would be a good place to start.

Sweet Pea seedlings

Posted: 16/10/2013 at 19:32

I started mine a couple of weeks ago and mine are growing way to fast as well, no where near that level.  Mine are now in a shady/cool place and in root trainers.

I am not sure what to suggest on yours though.

Little mounds of soil on top of my pots

Posted: 16/10/2013 at 18:20

Worms in pots, i didnt realise they would do that, is it not a good thing having a mini gardener ineach pot?

Bulb Confusion

Posted: 16/10/2013 at 18:18

Tulips november, but Narcissus should be going in now.

Foxglove Camelot Cream

Posted: 16/10/2013 at 16:17

You can collect seeds as mine self seeded already, as to whether they come true, i wont know until next year.

Looking for Something Different

Posted: 16/10/2013 at 15:35

Foxgloves (got about 5 types as well as plants already started this year) are very easy and nice plants, others i will be trying from seed will be antirrhinum, various lobelia, larkspur. i also did some very late dahlias from seed which where a mixed type and i was very impressed with vast array or different plants, so will probably try another seed mix of those.

Oh and cornflowers, had some of these in a wildflower mix, so will grow these by themselves next year.

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