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Posted: 15/10/2014 at 23:39

Frank, that was very moving.  Could sense your pain throughout 

Sad Christmas Roses

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 09:24

Of course, they do not flower yet.  December/Feb is  their time 

Wouldnt move so often though Irene  You  said the larger plant has lots of foliage and no buds ......maybe too much feeding.  

 

Need help identifying (and saving) this small plant

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 08:44

Don't know this either ......any indoor experts here? 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 08:38

Morning everybody

Wet n windy here.  Warm though.  Can see miscanthus gold bar swaying in the wind above everything else, cannas apart,  and can see where I would like to add another variety 

Moving Raspberries & Goosberries

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 00:28

And they root easily.  Consider training them as cordons too.  Oblique cordons or,double cordons produce excellent large fruit with easy access.  I did this in my early days and had 20 or more cordons on wires on a wall.  

leatherjackets

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 00:24

I think a late  summer application is enough though.  Spring is prob unnecessary 

Her Poor knees

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 00:21

Never use them as weeding is offen an impulsive thing for me to do there and then. Ruin plenty of trousers though

Why am I so special,to,the forum?

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 00:18

Artjak,,,,,,,,, I, am, so,sooperior in my own, mind, that ,,,I don't,,need to read, instructions  

........truth is I always do things too quickly.  Always in a hurry so iPad prob doesn't catch up.  I don't notice the errors until later.  However I know you guys will forgive this simple Cornishman 

Can I move these without doing the dastidly deed happening

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 00:10

Definite no to the hibiscus.  Camelia though may be ok.  How big is it?  How many years has it been in place?  Camelias usually have compact root systems and I have moved several successfully.  

Camelia does not need acid soil in my opinion....neutral to acid is fine....so a good rootball, a generous hole with compost added and well watered in. 

Dwarf Dahlias

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 00:02

The flowers just seem too big for the plants.  Even when I bought them.......they were very cheap......I thought it was a rash moment.  They didn't last too long for me......they went onto the composf heap 

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Slugs knippimg.......

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An observation.....

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What will simply not thrive for you....

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look wot she did to me........

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Echi what?

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Such a shame......

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Even you hard hearts......

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Ok...its nasty

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Doomed I tell you.......

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Is this an arrogance?

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Invasion....no likee

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