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Pics of wild flower verges along roads

Posted: 09/06/2013 at 04:21

Lyn, you mention a scanner for slides. Could you let me know what make/type it is? Thanks in advance.

Lovely photos everyone!

A Cautionary Tale .....

Posted: 09/06/2013 at 04:18

I inherited the following which won't stop spreading without glyphosate: vinca major, lily of the valley and some kind of phlox. Also driving me nuts (no pun intended) are the hazel nut seedlings. Don't mind the aquilegias, nigella, forget-me-nots as they're easy to pull out if in the wrong place.

Hostas

Posted: 08/06/2013 at 17:18

Should be possible provided you take enough soil with it and water it in well in new place.

Any ideas of this plants Id...

Posted: 08/06/2013 at 17:13

I dug up, split and replanted mine last autumn, now have two huge flowering plants. Bought a red one on an auction about 3 weeks ago, the lady dug it up and didn't get all the roots, but it has taken well. Just make sure you don't plant it any deeper than what it was before, they don't like to be deep.

Whats moving our bird seed feeder?

Posted: 08/06/2013 at 06:33

 

 Harsh, but effective.

 

sorry me again.. can anyone name these for me....

Posted: 07/06/2013 at 17:12

Thank you, just found another couple of plants to look out for!

O.T. just thought you might like this.

Posted: 06/06/2013 at 17:45

otnorot (toronto?), that is absolutely fabulous, takes me back to when I was young and living in NZ!

 

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 05/06/2013 at 18:39

Very sunny and warm here today, just a light breeze, glad that irritating easterly has quietened down. Liz, are you getting a bit of Mistral?

Soil

Posted: 05/06/2013 at 18:20

Clivias love to be pot bound and flower better that way. Unless it is rising up out of the pot, I would leave it. If you do repot, ordinary compost such as for pelargoniums will do, don't use too large a pot, an inch of compost around the sides and and a 2/3 inches in the bottom wll do. If you put it outside, start of in the shade for a week or two, otherwise the leaves will get sunburn.

Here is some information that will help:

http://apps.rhs.org.uk/advicesearch/Profile.aspx?pid=655

 

wilting plants in the sun

Posted: 05/06/2013 at 18:12

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