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Plant Care

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 14:19

Left in.

New roses for old

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 14:03

There will be posters here who will tell you they have had many a rose last longer than 12 years as have I-this is news to me

You will be creating a new plant so it will live as long as it lives- as do all cuttings from any other plant-a rose will not be any different-why should it be?


Posted: 16/06/2012 at 13:53

Yes-tying to make a liquid feed from a posionous plant -not sure what effect it will have if any on the garden anyway-means it will have to be handled which may not be wise

Tell him to just stick to comfrey

Fork Handles

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 12:51

That is why I went to get the rescue plants wanted something different for the back of the border but didn;t see anything to enfuse-even the stall round the corner had very little and what they had looked dreadful.

This might be ok

What is line of duty about? I think I also have seen a clip but goldfish time

Lunch time- cheese and tomato on toast


Posted: 16/06/2012 at 12:33

Foxgloves in the compost bin I would have thought but having said that the foxglove is only poisionous if you eat it-where has this idea come from-I am a bit puzzled

Fork Handles

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 12:28

You may remember how I got a Wilkinsons voucher for complaining about the state of their plants last year?Looked this morning and it seems they have cut down there range completely -very few plants couldn't see any compost lots of boxes of plant food, chemicals, accessories and tools but no bedding plants etc

New roses for old

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 12:12

Slightly confused are you asking how long the new roses from cuttings will survive as new plants-why do you think 12 years?

Ideas for planters on patio?

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 11:53

Purple lavender?

Fork Handles

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 11:40

The England "just need a point thing" will be quoted endlessly-what happens in these tournaments if all teams had 0-0 draws?

I knew an old lady who swallowed a fly-in my "I don't want to kill anything" moments I try to encourage them to fly out of the window-but the wind just keeps blowing them back in again

Fork Handles

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 11:17

So is the Roy honeymoon still on then?

Have been outside and come in again and now there is a fly that wont go away-what is he after?

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