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The Instant Gardener

Posted: 24/07/2015 at 07:03

I've watched 2 episodes (missed the 3rd) but found myself saying "get on with it" several times! Thought that the purple rubber chips seating area for the mum with 5 kids a bit off, that stuff will be all over the garden and inside the house in no time.

Identification help please!

Posted: 21/07/2015 at 08:16

shoecake, don't give up on the roses. I took over a very old leggy rose when we moved into our present house and in Spring cut it right down to about 2 inches (thought either it survives or it doesn't, nothing to loose). To my surprise, up came several new stems and now, 15 years on, it flowers beautifully every year. I do prune it every Spring now though, but only to about 6 inches.

Impatiens - outdoors

Posted: 16/07/2015 at 05:57

I've had a "traditional" busy lizzie for the last 2 years now, no problem with any virus so far. I agree with Verdun, not keen on the New Guinea types, they look too artificial for me.

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Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 16/07/2015 at 05:48

Love the roos, Pat E, but I'm amazed at how brown all the grass is! Does it ever green up?

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 15/07/2015 at 08:01

I'm here Edd, what's up?

Morning everyone, I lurk more often than I post I'm afraid, you guys chat too fast for me to keep up!

Things you do that annoy yourself...

Posted: 14/07/2015 at 09:11

Everything Topbird said and more!

Love the roos in the snow, Pat E. Wonder what they think of it?

rose colour

Posted: 14/07/2015 at 07:28

Chocolate Nosalgie, Nanny Beach? That's strange, this is what my Nostalgie looks like

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Flower lifespan

Posted: 13/07/2015 at 07:59

That is a perfect explanation, Hippophae!

Roses

Posted: 12/07/2015 at 11:39

Wow, what a beautiful garden!

A flowering yukka??

Posted: 12/07/2015 at 11:10

The "branch" that has flowered will not flower again and should be cut off. It normally develops new side shoots that will flower next year.

Discussions started by SwissSue

Grasses

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Hellebores

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Last Post: 21/01/2014 at 12:57

A rose by any other name ,,,,,,,,,,

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Last Post: 14/10/2013 at 18:39

Silica cat litter instead of vermiculite

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Last Post: 01/03/2015 at 18:21

Site is not working

The forum has not worked since around 6pm last night, is someone fixing it? 
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Last Post: 26/09/2013 at 18:02

Harvesting Parsnips

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Last Post: 21/09/2013 at 16:17

Eremurus/Foxtail lily

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Last Post: 16/09/2013 at 19:28

Tomato Growing

Especially good for new gardeners 
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Last Post: 01/06/2013 at 08:21

Info For Newbies - How to ensure that your question appears!

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Last Post: 02/05/2013 at 22:16

Chelsea Flower Show 2013

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Last Post: 20/05/2013 at 13:29

Getting rid of slugs

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Last Post: 15/04/2013 at 14:30

Fuchsias

Taking cuttings 
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Last Post: 12/04/2014 at 15:20

Ideas for Hanging Baskets

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Last Post: 11/03/2013 at 22:29

Tower Hamlets

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Last Post: 18/02/2013 at 17:09

Overwintering Cannas

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