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How do I get rid of Ivy from the rockery?

Posted: 10/10/2014 at 10:12
Hi everyone and thanks for your suggestions. Sorry its taken so long to post back on this one, doesn't time fly?! The Ivy is still there and I am ready to tackle getting rid of it once again. I shall let you know what success I have - if any.

Talkback: Magpies

Posted: 10/10/2014 at 05:42
Its the nature of the beast... I nearly said pest!

Talkback: Snakes in the garden

Posted: 31/08/2014 at 07:03
Do grass snakes eat snails. I found lots of empty snail shells near my dalek compost bin and wondered what had caused this.

Pink tools

Posted: 31/08/2014 at 06:35

I got some from Tesco, they are so easy to find in the garden as pink shows up whereas green or black are not as easy to see if you mislay them, the quality is not up to much but all my small garden tools used to get lost anyway.... 

A Senior Moment.

Posted: 16/08/2014 at 08:25
Hi, I find that I have to remove the keys from my car ignition to remove shopping etc as my car locks itself, even if the keys are in the ignition. Even when putting fuel in as well... my point is that many clothes do not have pockets which makes keeping keys safe and accessible difficult when you have your hands full... any suggestions? I am always loosing my pruners in the garden too I dont know where they go as I have had to replace so many and never found the ones I lost.. does anyone know where they could have gone??

Used 4in1 now have patches

Posted: 16/08/2014 at 08:08
Hi everyone, it seems many of our lawns have loads of moss after last years wet autumn/winter. I too applied 4-1 last March and now have bare patches on the lawn. Is it possible to fill these bare patches with grass seed now and, if so, how does one go about it. any suggestions/help gratefully appreciated. ta x

Talkback: How to force rhubarb

Posted: 09/08/2013 at 08:37
Hi
I planted a whole packet of rhubarb seeds in different places in the garden. The only success is 3 that have grown in a l ltr pot. They have produced stems and leaves over the summer. Can you please advise whether to plant in the open garden or keep in pots. Many thanks

Different colour flowers on one plant

Posted: 18/06/2013 at 19:53
I know, sorry... I failed to attach the pictures. Not had trouble doing that before. Does anyone know if there is a problem attaching pics at the moment?

Different colour flowers on one plant

Posted: 18/06/2013 at 19:11
Hi everyone, I have a houseplant but I do not know its name. I am enclosing a picture so that you can see it has produced lovely flowers but they are different colours. Has anyone any information on this plant please and is it normal to have different coloured flowers on one plant. Many thanks.

Different colour flowers on one plant

Posted: 18/06/2013 at 19:11
Hi everyone, I have a houseplant but I do not know its name. I am enclosing a picture so that you can see it has produced lovely flowers but they are different colours. Has anyone any information on this plant please and is it normal to have different coloured flowers on one plant. Many thanks.

Very sorry, picture has not appeared. Not had this problem before.
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Different colour flowers on one plant

Houseplant  
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Different colour flowers on one plant

Houseplant  
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Advice on slug free plants

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How do I get rid of Ivy from the rockery?

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Seed pods on New Zealand Flax

Help please 
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Rust

Rust on my Hollyhocks 
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Growing from seed

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Talkback: Growing species tulips

 
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