Thanks for the info, Brumbull. I guess if I spray my lettuces I won't have to add any garlic to my salad sauce. I've got several hostas dotted around my garden too, but don't know any names. One sort has bluish-green leaves with ridges, the other is green with cream edges.
Thanks, Brumbull. Can't do a gallon here, we only have liters, but I guess 4-5 liters will be about a gallon! Oh, and I forgot to ask, do you spray the plants themselves or only around the roots/soil?
Have you looked at the thermometer? I think if I was a robin I'd be having second thoughts about starting a family in this weather too!
I like the idea of a home made garlic spray, Brumbull, I think I will try that. How many cloves to a liter of water do you use?
I have just sent a message to the moderator to look at this thread, maybe that will work to solve this problem.
This is a screen shot that comes up when I mark Path and open Get Info:
So do I, and I don't get any E-mails from GW teling me of new posts!
GG, I'm really going to enjoy reading the responses to your last rant!
Oh wow, LiliLouise, what an absolutely wonderful garden! But how on earth do you keep it all watered and fed, have you got leprechauns that work 24/7?
Hi everyone, stole some of these from under someones hedge on the way home from the doctors today (had to pick up some meds). They are snowdrops as I remember them from my childhood, many moons ago! Can't seem to buy them anywhere now, although there are some with same flowers but about a foot tall which fall over easily.