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Dark Red Sedum

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 22:40

You're very welcome, I've grown quite a few different ones and they are easy to grow from cuttings, I just stick a broken bit in and they grow, so a good one to buy just one plant and end up with a few! 

Dark Red Sedum

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 22:32

Just seen in plant offers that Woolmans have a Sedum you might like to look at called Sedum Telephimum 'Xenox' Stonecrop. Described as Rosie red and it has a dark leaf.

Dark Red Sedum

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 21:30

I bought Sedum Hot Stuff, deep pink and shorter, bought from Hayloft last year as small plants and this year they have come on great, having had others that are large and floppy, this one doesn't need any support at all. Tomorrow I'll post a photo (that's if it's not raining) if that's any help

How to post photos from iPad

Posted: 02/08/2014 at 12:51

Test

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/54586.jpg?width=307&height=350&mode=max

 Hi thanks that did the trick, thought I'd put one on to show it worked!!!!

How to post photos from iPad

Posted: 02/08/2014 at 12:19
Hi I have the tool bar and can click on the tree and the first page comes up but not as shown on your first picture, I don't have anything on the computer tab, did look into the settings on GW and I have it set to basic editing, has this something to do with it? There is nothing different from the Ipad to the mini (except it fits in my handbag!)

How to post photos from iPad

Posted: 02/08/2014 at 11:51
Is there someone that knows if it is in the set up that I can't get the first stage on my IPad mini which I have only just got. Maybe a techno bod! Any help gratefully received.
Just to note I couldn't do it on my old Ipad either. Thanks in advance

Sweet pea heads dropping off

Posted: 07/06/2014 at 16:29
I think I might have solved it myself. Researched Eagle Sweet Pea suppliers and they list a bud drop as a problem. Could be warm days, cold nights or cold watering from hose. I will leave them alone for a week or two and see what happens. From their information this could happen maybe twice a season. I'm glad it's not a bug I can't see. Just have to be a patient gardener!!!

Sweet pea heads dropping off

Posted: 07/06/2014 at 14:36
It's a new garden for me as we only moved in last year, mainly grew veg and a few flowers until I had it landscaped this year in January. The soil is lovely, easy to dig a few stones but nothing like my last garden, that was built on a gravel pit and had only a layer of topsoil on. Every other plant in the garden is doing well, like everyone else I have had my problems with slugs and snails but I have put nematodes down a week ago and they do say it takes a week for them to work. Other than that I have watered with a liquid feed (Richard Jackson). I have grown sweetpeas before and can't say I have come across this before. Thanks for coming my request for help.

Sweet pea heads dropping off

Posted: 07/06/2014 at 13:59
Hi, they are in the ground, and in a sunny spot. I have them in 4 different areas in the garden and one lot in a raised bed which I have onions and chives in and keep it well watered and they are all the same. The flower buds form and then can be knocked of so the heavy rain we have had is not helping. I did look at DavidK post on growing sweet peas but haven't seen anyone with the same problem.

Sweet pea heads dropping off

Posted: 07/06/2014 at 13:36
I have lovely healthy sweet peas that seemed to be growing well, cut the first flowers and since then nothing, flower stems are short and the buds on long stems have gone. Anyone any ideas please. Read all I can from the forum but couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance
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