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Garden Gallery

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 16:06

Those are nice ltg-thanks-for sharing -here are some I posted elsewhere taken today

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From today-will put them here so you can all say nice things


Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 16:01

Oh dear -no meddles for dive bombing

Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 15:39

Mr Evans lies apparently about his ability-will he let me go in for his Dunghill Cup?

I am waiting for Peter Kay-when is he jumping?

Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 15:05

Trailing begonias saved tubers from plants last year-do well in shade or sun.

This is my first lone ripe tomato


Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 14:44

From today-will put them here so you can all say nice things



Dahlia Perennial Plant

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 14:07

Coffee grounds for feeding-doubtful but am happy to stand corrected- also heard about as a slug deterent -again don't know-I never feed my dahlias-in the ground they don't need it in my opinion.


Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 14:02

Have been out and taken some pictures which will post later

Lottie-you could ask them if you could stick the branches somewhere?

Have you been working this morning Jenny? -this retirement thing is great in the Summer gets a bit tedious in the Winter

Dahlia Perennial Plant

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 13:42

Dahlias suffer from two main pests-slugs will eat the soft growth and earwigs will eat the flowers-both can be dealt with quite easily

Slugs -put down some pellets or pick them off the plants after dark when they are feeding

Earwigs take an upturned flowerpot stuffed with straw or newspaper on the end of a cane-the earwigs can be found hiding in there -dispose as necessary-though they are not garden baddies

The yellow leaves are just old-is this plant in the garden or in a pot-you may be over -feeding and/or over-watering

Rhubarb Seeds

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 13:28

Becks have found this-I think you need to treat this as a novelty-you will end up with one plant per seed that eventually might produce you something but not until 2014-as you have got the seeds you have nothing to lose

Concrete layer in flower bed area - what can I do?

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 11:31

I think you need to establish first the reason for this concrete-is this a solid layer or just bits of concrete as in builders rubble?

What is the possibility of getting it out?

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