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Fork Handles

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 11:57

You must have nipped in Pam whilst I was giving the secret way-it is a fly screen to replace the coloured flappy thing we have now that dosen't put the flies off one bit-this one is a bit snazzier and have just had the "we have  shipped e-mail" -or as we in the UK like to call it the "we have sent it e-mail"

I am all shopped out

Anyway how are things out West?

Carniverous Plants

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 11:44

Just picked up 3 of these for 40p each from a local shop - thought I would give them a try as some thing different

My experience many years ago of venus fly traps is not good-probably playing with the traps is not what you are supposed to do.

These 3 are the small pitcher type and seem to be growing just in moss and in 2 inch pots-I know you are supposed to use rain water and keep them moist-has anybody got any other tips like repotting at any time?

They are going to be kept indoors.



Fork Handles

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 11:33

As part of my war on terror or what some people call flies-I have bought three pitcher plants that I spotted for 40p each just now and a insect screen from Amazon-this must end.

Anybody any tips on pitcher plants?

Glad you had a nice day out Flower-I love the way you say you went to Germany as in the same way we say we go to Sainsbury's

Courgette Help

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 10:18

When they get to about 4/5 inches-if you don't pick they just keep getting bigger and that slows down production

Bug House

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 10:09

I don't think it is vital- I had one of those given to me a few year ago -just attached it at a fence panel 4 foot from the ground-I seem to remember seeing them on GW with TB around the same height.

Fork Handles

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 10:04

Nope-things with wings-not Wet Arrows-though am considering a machine gun.

How & when erisimum & scabious cuttings?

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 09:56

Erisimum now-just pull a shoot away from the plant with a bit of a heel attached, trim and pop in some compost-cover with a plastic bag and they root in about 3 weeks-I found they rooted quicker that way than in the normal cutting way

They are completly hardy.

To prolong flowering remove the dying stems.

Fork Handles

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 09:51

Nope-but it is for something that has been annoying me-that limits it

Fork Handles

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 09:41

Ah the bin-day

We have a dry day apparently today and there is a bit of sun.

Have just bought something through Amazon-anybody want to guess what it is?

what is the red chilli for please?

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 09:38

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