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MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 07/05/2013 at 09:05

I sent an email to GW magazine yesterday asking them to do something about this spam. Don't know if it will work, here's hoping!

pallenis maritima

Posted: 06/05/2013 at 18:18

Hallo David, have a look here, there is a supplier in Cornwall
http://apps.rhs.org.uk/rhsplantfinder/pfregions.asp?id=184120

 

Hanging baskets in shade

Posted: 06/05/2013 at 09:28

How about hanging fuchsias and or begonias, they both like shade but can put up with a bit of sun in the evenings.

This might give you some ideas:

http://myhangingbaskets.com/Flower_hanging_baskets.htm

 

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 06/05/2013 at 09:10
TinaTurner wrote (see)

FG, any suggestions for an adult who throws a hissy fit because his soft boiled eggs weren't cooked properly and, guess what, it was my fault.  Where did I go wrong.

TT, you didn't clip him over the ears soon enough. As for now, tell him to boil his own eggs if he doesn't like it!

 

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 06/05/2013 at 09:08

This kitchen spam thing is getting ridiculous! These spammers must be sending eachother smoke signals saying "load spam on GW forum"! I have reported about 10 so far this morning, in one message to moderator I have asked whether they can't put in a "kitchen filter".!

Gardeners World

Posted: 06/05/2013 at 06:35

clk, 1st paragraph, hear, hear! I quite agree, you can please most of people some of the time, but not all people all of the time!

Birds.

Posted: 06/05/2013 at 06:29

Wonderful stories and photos!

agapanthus seedling

Posted: 06/05/2013 at 06:08

I can imagine your initial shock, maggots yuk! I would pot them up in seed compost in 3" pots now, about 1/2" down. Stand the pots in water until compost has soaked it up, you can see when it's enough because the colour of the compost gets darker. Give them plenty of light and don't pot on until roots look out of the bottom of the pot. Agapanthus prefers to be a bit pot bound.

Help, are these plants ok for my small wildlife pond?

Posted: 06/05/2013 at 06:01

I have just bought a water lily for our pond from a water lily specialist. The accompanying instruction say DON'T use water lily compost as it contains turf which will kill the plant. Only use ordinary garden soil! Enjoy your pond, I'm sure it will turn out great!

Discussions started by SwissSue

Hellebores

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

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Silica cat litter instead of vermiculite

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Site is not working

The forum has not worked since around 6pm last night, is someone fixing it? 
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Harvesting Parsnips

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Eremurus/Foxtail lily

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Tomato Growing

Especially good for new gardeners 
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Info For Newbies - How to ensure that your question appears!

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Chelsea Flower Show 2013

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Getting rid of slugs

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Fuchsias

Taking cuttings 
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Ideas for Hanging Baskets

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Tower Hamlets

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Overwintering Cannas

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Bitter beetroot

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