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Visit to Bressingham Gardens

Posted: 28/07/2015 at 10:07

Look who's on the gallopers....!

 

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Visit to Bressingham Gardens

Posted: 27/07/2015 at 20:16

Hi guys. Thanks for a great day out. Will sort some gallopers photos tomorrow

Help with identity please

Posted: 27/07/2015 at 20:14

Hard to tell from photos but it doesn't look quite right for Japanese Knotweed to me.  jk leaves are not so thin and long.

The Instant Gardener

Posted: 26/07/2015 at 20:57

I would not risk the wrath of a 4 year old (I have a blue one myself). Is yours an Alan Titchmarsh fan then? Or perhaps Jim McColl?

Visit to Bressingham Gardens

Posted: 26/07/2015 at 20:55

Hi all.  Got a workman starting tomorrow. Will come if I don't need to be around for anything. As WWomble says forecast looks ok.  But if it worsens I'll not come - rain is no fun with baby in tow.

Nut, if no one takes the persicaria and acquilegia I'll jump at them!  Been wanting persicaria for a while and I'm an acquilegia fan.

hoping I can come and see you all xx

looking for blight proof box hedge

Posted: 26/07/2015 at 09:08
If you're clipping the euonymous regularly to keep it small, I'd guess it wouldn't get berries anyway?

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 25/07/2015 at 21:21

The trees are ligustrum japonicum. For screening without causing damage to properties.

gorgeous photos Fairy and Jo. After running around with kids, they are sooo calming.

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 25/07/2015 at 21:12

Thanks! Whoop!

Ants in the Argyranthemums

Posted: 25/07/2015 at 21:08

I've clay soil and a poorly maintained lawn - only sees a mower.   So where on earth do the ants get the sand from when they nest in it??!

It was almost a perfect garden

Posted: 25/07/2015 at 21:05

Oh I feel your pain. I had the same last year. New beds lovingly tended and was ey excited and proud of them. Then hailstones in June ripped them up. I hope the clear up isn't too painful for you.

Discussions started by Supernoodle

A few bulb queries (well it is that time of year...)

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Carol Klein's programme on water lilies

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Flowering and day length - streetlights?

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Hebe Charming White

how tolerant and cutting advice 
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Do yews deplete the soil to the extent that conifers do,

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Santolina

When to cut back 
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Creeping buttercup - opinions please

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Weed ID

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ID caterpillar please

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Coreopsis Limerock Ruby

Soil type... 
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Helenium

Planting and buying 
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Anemone nemorosa (wood anemone)

Anyone grown from seed? 
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East Anglia Forkers Outings

An idea 
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Feed borders now?

Watching Monty feeding pots... 
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Trying to find old thread

And the plant in it 
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