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Strawberries at Christmas ?

Posted: Yesterday at 23:56

Move to New Zealand?

Tomatoe supports

Posted: Yesterday at 23:53

Ah yes - they tend to be aluminium don't they?  I've had the luxury of a large hardwood greenhouse for a year and a half so I may  not be fully in touch with normal ones !

What's wrong with my onions

Posted: Yesterday at 23:50

If they're nearly full size (well - they won't get a lot bigger now), as Leggi says, this normally happens.  Leave them for a few weeks to ripen in the hot sunshine (you can now let the weeds grow round them - it helps) then harvest when the foliage has died down. 

Tomatoe supports

Posted: Yesterday at 23:42

That sounds like a good idea Bob.  Might it be useful to paint the inside of each hole to prevent corrosion where the galvanising's missing...?

Horticultural Films

Posted: Yesterday at 23:38

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue  Radio 4's antidote to panel games

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qnwb

Horticultural Films

Posted: Yesterday at 23:24

I do !

??  Maybe I have an American edition.  Or I remembered wrongly (I'm not at home)!

My Little Peony.

For a Few Dahlias More.  Someone should sell this game to ISIHAC

Monty Don.

Posted: Yesterday at 23:18

I think he's a splendid chap.  Good at presenting (even if the director/cameraman is awful at showing us what he's doing) and seems to have a nice personality.  I read his Ivington Diaries    a few years back and I found it fascinating and moving.  And early the other morning (when I couldn't sleep) I caught a prog he'd made about French gardens, which was also fascinating.

Identification & Advice please

Posted: Yesterday at 23:11

  That's useful then!    Just tried enlarging the display.. That works

Glad you've got an answer

Horticultural Films

Posted: Yesterday at 23:09

Gray, I'm afraid.  It's American.  Even though ELJ is British.

Brassica issue

Posted: Yesterday at 23:08

Brassicas annoy me.  So many things cann go wrong with them.  Pigeons, caterpillars, slugs/snails, root fly, club root, other fungal diseases.  I don't even like the taste much.  Hmmm... looks like I've just talked myself out of growing them.  Anyone else reached the same conclusion?

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Discussions started by Steve 309

Greenhouse beds

Can I build new ones on a concrete base? 
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Garlic rust, tomato leaf discolouration and apple tree nutrient deficiency?

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Glyphosate - possible problems?

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Moth identification

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Last Post: 01/06/2014 at 20:57

Trimming laurel and holly hedge

When? How often? How hard? 
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Last Post: 29/05/2014 at 18:29

Tomato plants ordered haven't arrived

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What's wrong with Rosemary?

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Last Post: 28/04/2014 at 14:27

Which Growbag ?

An experiment 
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Last Post: 22/04/2014 at 18:02

New pear trees?

Compatible trees needed for south-facing wall. 
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I really should know this one but...

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Secateurs

What's the difference... 
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Moving bulbs

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Plant ID please

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Avocado

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Bentonite

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