Latest posts by TazmanAlun

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Solar Wind-up Radio

Posted: 21/06/2012 at 12:04

I have one,a very good thing to have in the GH .I live it on during the day to deter the local, smack heads from breaking in.  When i am not in the garden.

June in Your Garden!

Posted: 11/06/2012 at 21:59




























Just some pic's of my garden over the last couple, of years the most up to date being the last one.I will post some more of my garden over the season. There are some really Nice's pictures of members garden's. Thanks for the help with the down loading my pic's.

Good Luck And Happy Gardening.


June in Your Garden!

Posted: 08/06/2012 at 18:40

Hi, Wintersong what a lovely name just planted up some Sweet Potatoes plants,Which i got from Sutton's they are good healthy plants Six of them. I planted 3 of them in a 24" pot which will stay in my greenhouse, i need to get another 24" pot so i can plant the other 3 plants in to it. Can you tell me how i can put pic's of my garden on to this site.

Good Luck And Happy Gardening.


June in Your Garden!

Posted: 07/06/2012 at 21:16

 Hi every one just finished deadheading all the Petunias in all my easy fill baskets due to the rain it as not stopped for two days, so now i have put large clear plastic bags over them. To stop the flowers getting waterlogged. I  cut the bottoms off the bags  so that air can circulate.

Good Luck And Happy Gardenning .


Talkback: Planting out tomatoes

Posted: 31/05/2012 at 20:54
Hi Kate i have the same Problem here in Manchester,I started planting up my easy fill hanging baskets,Two weeks ago. I have just finished putting them out on Monday.Also just put out my Banana Plants Red Abyssinian, and Japanese Banana, I lost my Tree Fern this last winter.Still got lots of bedding plants to plant out.I got 12 bush-cherry toms, which i keeping in my greenhouses,6 aubergine 12 Pepper plants,also i will keep in the greenhouse, Its all good fun.

Good Luck And Happy Gardenning.

Hanging basket trial

Posted: 30/05/2012 at 20:26

Nices One Dave, Good Pic.


Exotic Seed Germination Advice

Posted: 17/05/2012 at 20:40

Hi Tina_i_am, I have grown a Bird of Paradise Plant on from a seedling which i got from my local Wilkinson's Store. That was Three Years ago,It is now 12" in height, but will not Flower for another four year's or so, They need a lot of TLC.I keep her in my greenhouse, but if we do get a decent summer up here in Manchester. I will be bringing her to sit with my Banana plants and Ginger Lily's and Cannas. In my Tropical croner,on my Patio.You can get a lot of the Seed's from off the tinternet.

         Good Luck And Happy Gardening.


Talkback: Petunia, verbena and nemesia display

Posted: 17/05/2012 at 19:57
Hi why not use Easy-Fill Hanging-Basket's.Instead off having to cut holes in liners,Easy-Fill use a gate system, which makes it easier to work with,and no damage to the rot system.And They look realy good.

Good Luck And Happy Gardening.

Tazmanalun. :-)

seedling compost

Posted: 24/04/2012 at 20:36

Hi alI have started to sieve, my compost even the new B&Q, Milty-p compost i have found lost of plastic in my four bag's. I Must say it is a lot better than that rubbish,Arther bower's MP they are chucking out there's more chipboard than M.F.I. Ever made.

             Good Luck And Happy Gardening .


BBC Gardening Arrivals - Meeting Point

Posted: 23/04/2012 at 20:48

Hi, all just landed having been in and out of different potting sheds on other web sites, at last found the link, know the forces is with me     Good Luck And Happy Gardening.


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