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Stacey Docherty

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chilli peppers

Posted: 06/03/2015 at 15:03
Chris ring of fire is good as is basket of fire... And they overwinter well... Supe chilli and Apache are also an excellent plant


Posted: 06/03/2015 at 14:57
Oh what a lovely day the birds are singing and the chillies have all been potted up with my new discovery!!! Bar guano omg it's better than chicken poo!!!


Posted: 06/03/2015 at 07:32
Lol it has all gone a bit mad I grant you!!! But I have fallen in love with my capsicums again rofl

Lidl surprises

Posted: 06/03/2015 at 06:49
Looks great .... U gotta love lidl!!


Posted: 06/03/2015 at 06:47
Morning all.... Well hopefully the re assembly of the trashed garden will start today... We got rats under the chickens and had to move them and it's tuined all the grass on the lawn..... Gotta sort the coup out today and then get sowing grass seed with microclover..... Must also pot up a load of chillis I posted my current growing list on the chilli thread lmao it wasn't till I did that I realised how mad i hae gone this year rofl!!

chilli peppers

Posted: 06/03/2015 at 06:43
Frank a lot of my friends are in the north and whilst a windowledge over a radiator does do nicely most of the other varieties do need 28??? optimum to germinate. There are a lot of chillis on my list that give an excellent flavour as most of them are grown for us to make powders to grow sauces. The aji lemon and fantasy range have a mild taste but amazing flavour. The pimente puma and espelette are excellent peppers rather than chillis... The jigsaw chilli to my mind has an amazing hear that's not over powering with a hint of citrus..... I would probably reccomend going for plants rather than seeds in ur situation. Not a plug for a business but there are lots of excellent suppliers of plugs... If u want to go down this route then check out the Norfolk chilli farm as he home grows all his plants with the best soil and start off nutrients. There are many other suppliers and this is not an advert for said chilli farm just a reccomendation for an excellent source to increase ur repertoire!!

Loss of tool bar

Posted: 05/03/2015 at 19:58
Can anyone please help. I have lost the tool bar on both my iPhone and iPad. My settings are all correct but without my tool bar I cannot upload any photographs.....

dampening off

Posted: 05/03/2015 at 19:56
I go for cinamon as well!!

chilli peppers

Posted: 05/03/2015 at 19:48
Kef I have lost the tool bar that allows me to post pics but will upload some tomorrow on the computer .... It's a stunner but can grow very large although the pods are small.....

chilli peppers

Posted: 05/03/2015 at 18:49
Lol it's an addiction lmao I am very lucky that the chilli community has given me almost all of the seeds. I have been sent rare seeds from Sweden, outstanding seeds from Germany and new varieties from America.... The wild varieties are amazing and I love them. The galapagonese is furry and scented!!

Discussions started by Stacey Docherty

Loss of tool bar

Loss of tool bar 
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Too many chillis

What to make from your hot harvest! 
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Huge hydrangea

It's gonna need a mega chop 
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What's up with mine this year? 
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Last Post: 09/05/2014 at 18:41

Grass seed

Micro clover or not 
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Cherry tree

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Accidental severing of clematis 
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Mushroom identification

What are they  
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What is this........

Id needed please 
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For those who need reminding 
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Pumpkin carvings

show us yours  
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Anyone know what this is?

Plant identification  
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Is it.... Isn't it??? 
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Tips .... 
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