SweetPea93


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Rose Cutting Successful - now what??

Posted: 03/07/2014 at 16:38

What are your feelings on 'acquiring' cuttings, there's a solicitors down the road that have a fabulous array of traditional roses, absolutely gorgeous, I know none of the names, but I love to try some cuttings from them. I suppose I should ask permission... but they do hang over the wall somewhat

Anyway, lots of tips on here, thanks!

Gardens we Have Visited 2014

Posted: 03/07/2014 at 16:29

 

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 Some snaps from Spetchley Park Gardens in Worcester. It's so beautiful there.

Discount supermarkets

Posted: 02/07/2014 at 15:24

coming from retail this won't be an individual store's fault personally, they might be asked to water every day, but whether management have enough hours in the day to devote to someone standing outside watering, when there's queues building, customers that need helping, delivery processing etc etc, I can understand how plant welfare falls to the waste side.

Seed Exchange

Posted: 02/07/2014 at 15:08

I have an allotment so anything I can pop in there! This year we've only had chance to grow a couple of things here and there. It's been a learning curve these past 6 months!

Seed Exchange

Posted: 02/07/2014 at 15:02

I had to google!

I have a very small patch of a garden, from what I read quickly it wouldn't be too happy in a pot? I had some very standard SPs this year, which weren't overly successful I have to say but for a few pennies I'm not surprised, I'd love to try again next year though! But I am almost entirely limited to pots. nothing seems to thrive in our borders

Seed Exchange

Posted: 02/07/2014 at 14:55

Sweet Peas are on my wish list, as are veggies. I don't think i'll have too much to offer in return, but I will hopefully have some black velvet petunia seeds at some point in the future! I love them but understand they aren't to everyone's taste!

Spetchley Park Gardens

Posted: 21/06/2014 at 12:42
And the orange with the buds is seemingly called crown princess margereta

Spetchley Park Gardens

Posted: 21/06/2014 at 12:41
Ah I have my camera to hand t white flowers are philadelphus innocence and the purple blue rose is called Rosa Blue for You. It was so unusual in the flesh. Almost ultra violet.

Spetchley Park Gardens

Posted: 21/06/2014 at 12:37
Yarrow if you can wait till the evening I tool photos of the labels with the names of the plants. That's one of the things I really loved about the place all the plants have little signs with the Latin and common name. I love the pink rose which I distinctly remember being called a Shropshire lad. I loved the white dog rose looking plant they were huge like cherry blossom trees. I've forgotten the name but do have a photo of the tag.

Spetchley Park Gardens

Posted: 20/06/2014 at 21:13
It's scorching over here in Worcestershire!

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Belfast sinks and their true value?

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dog rosehips collecting

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Celosia

Thoughts 
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Weed or Veg IDs from my allotment!

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Spetchley Park Gardens

Took a lovely daytrip 
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GW live. What to expect?

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flowering plant ID, but no flowers, just a bulb!

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After a cruddy day, came some sunshine

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Rhubarb

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The challenges of a smaller than average garden

No room left at the inn! 
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Marigolds looking... well weird

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Garden tattoos? Or generally cool and interesting tattoos?

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