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Holly ID please

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 17:58

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/69511.jpg?width=648&height=350&mode=max

 my handsworth.  Taken in rain so prob not great picture

Holly ID please

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 17:10

Remind me folks......July when philadehus belle Etoile is flowering on other side of Cotinus 

How cruel is this?

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 13:23

Dove, you're my favourite .....fruitcake you say?  And hot from the oven? 

Dividing Aubretia

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 13:22

Pegging down those srems will not produce Individually  strong plants very quickly.  Only division of strong clumps will do that Jonesk.  Growimg from seed will probably produce quicker and better plants.

however, there are some attractive variegated aubretia about as well as some really good colours.  be patient and keep your eye out for small good quality plants is my advice. Better to plant quality than quantity every time 

Bramble!

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 13:15

Bramble is not that difficult to clear.  I have cleared masses of it.  

since you have already put in a concrete barrier Minxy continue to cut all long growth back and spray regrowth and old growth with glyphosate. ,be persistent and diligent.  During the growing season aim to spray 3 or 4 times.  

How cruel is this?

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 12:07

Minxy, what did I say?  

How cruel is this?

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 11:50

Winter song, missed your post.  You are my favourite here......you did say baker by trade.

oh heck!  Gemma .....so nasty.

flumpy.....that's sooooooooo good. (You're my favourite really)

all is not lost.....apparently I will be having a goodly supply of cupcakes later.  So it's not the end of the world after all.

Osteospermun

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 08:31

Cut them back fairly hard........take the lanky stems off to create a spiky mound (like the technical stuff? )

Date palms

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 08:12

Dong grow it Hyacinth.

they grow well down here in Cornwall but beware of their vicious foliage.  

I had 2 in my garden but removed them because of their foliage.  They look exotic. They are not really a garden plant. 

Good drainage and not too hardy in cold areas I Think

a big no from me

Osteospermun

Posted: 12/03/2015 at 07:45

Hiya nodlisab 

cut them back now and use for cuttings.  They will root in a few weeks.  A light granular feed and light mulch then for your pot

Discussions started by Verdun

Been knipped.......

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There's orangey........

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Flabbergasted....thought I would have a heart attack

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Last Post: 16/05/2015 at 18:26

Oh no.....not again...

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Last Post: 16/05/2015 at 11:45

Oh eck!

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Last Post: 13/05/2015 at 21:56

I love the Royals......

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Last Post: 05/05/2015 at 07:46

Oh dear oh dear,,oh dear......

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Last Post: 04/05/2015 at 09:48

Best herbaceous foliage

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Last Post: 28/04/2015 at 18:31

Am I grumpy cos.....

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Last Post: 17/04/2015 at 10:16

Come in Artjak...your time is up

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Last Post: 09/04/2015 at 20:13

Hey! Looking good

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Last Post: 02/04/2015 at 17:56

Contrast or clash; complement and safe

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Last Post: 02/04/2015 at 19:04

a good turn needs to be considered......

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Last Post: 05/04/2015 at 19:38

Serious reminder folks....

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Last Post: 25/03/2015 at 19:45

Smog going to get us?

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