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Stacey Docherty


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What's in my garden?

Posted: 11/07/2014 at 17:06

I think thats a fern i have a ton of bracken in my garden ( which i leave in the woods) and it only tends to produce one stem at a time... My ferns look more like this.... I vote keep

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Posted: 11/07/2014 at 17:05

watch this space for mad pics of me off my head on pimms!!!!! 

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Posted: 11/07/2014 at 17:04

Oh garden girl and Orchid next year please contact me you are more than welcome to travel down and stay here the night before and go to HC i love love love it.....Its a guilty child free regenerative pleasure for me and my wonderful husband ( until he kills something) has just told me to take £100 and enjoy WOOOOOHOOOOOO well almost thats at least the pimms covered lmao

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Posted: 11/07/2014 at 11:20

WOOOOHOOOO Hoyland nurseries who specialise in agapanthus are at hampton court !!!!

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Posted: 11/07/2014 at 11:17

orchid i have been having a scour and both camps are represented.... I'm gonna chuck her out into the border and see, although its an evergreen so i will need to much and protect in the autumn..... now lets hope someone is selling them at hampton court so i can buy about 6 more!!!! 4 blue and another 2 white should do it!!! I have midnight blue in a pot and it is 'ignored' every year it is full of flowers so........ The nursery is a small independent nursey called oak tree, they geo a lot of their plants themselves and for the majority the rest they have to buy are all english grown. Chicky seeing as you do go to long acres i wold highly recommend a visit to oak tree its opposite the stirrups pub its ace(RG426LH is the postcode) ( oh and their hearty gardeners bfast is only £4.99) Their plants are fantastic and they have a healthy and reasonable tree collection ........

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Posted: 11/07/2014 at 10:56

ok update on the planting I'm going to go agapanthus!!!!! ok not scented but i just went to GC for some breakfast (after dropping lo at nursery i had an hour wandering bliss....) and found a stunning agapanthus called enigma ( very similar to queen mum its white with blue base at the bottom of the flowers ( do pic later).... the specimen has 6 huge flowers and is ripe to burst out the pot bargain for £4.99!!! now I'm off to research weather to leave them in the pots or to plant direct!!!!!! laters peeps 

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Posted: 11/07/2014 at 06:47

Morning all ....... Right I have decided to clear the bed under the grapevine..... It's a mishmash of tatty plants.. It's a narrow bed in full sun but what to plant mmmmmmmm ....... I want something low- mid height so not to distal act from the grape vine, bushy to fill the space with scented flowers to fill the house with scent as it's by the patio doors in the living room.... The soil is sandy and quite shallow..... So apart from lavender ( which is all I can come up with) any suggestions????????

Gooseberry crop

Posted: 10/07/2014 at 20:32

I had an excellent crop and then the blackbirds and saw fly got to mine..... Just posted this on forkers went to work this morning and ironically thought how the red gooseberry bush was looking great ..... Came home to

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Almost gone not my year 

chilli plants

Posted: 10/07/2014 at 20:30

Mice!!!! Mine fall foul to them every year.... When they are green slugs and snails like A bit of spice as well..... And to top it off birds don't taste or are not affected by capsicum oil which puts the heat into our chillis so have been known to have a peck when other food is sparse 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 10/07/2014 at 20:23

Evening all..... Well this morning when I left for work I had a healthy gooseberry bush out the front now : 

 

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 Gone!!! Note the little blighters on the pot and their poop all over the sawdust bale!!! I'm assuming it's sawfly!!!! I have been hit bad by it this year.... Right off to mourn and watch hampton court whilst I plan what to buy on Saturday lol x

Discussions started by Stacey Docherty

Too many chillis

What to make from your hot harvest! 
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Id needed please 
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For those who need reminding 
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show us yours  
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Is it.... Isn't it??? 
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Tips .... 
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