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Dig For Victory

Posted: Yesterday at 22:28

I've PM'd you re the seeds Clarington

Verdict....your new plants this year

Posted: Yesterday at 18:12

Can I interrupt and ask if Anchusa LR should have lots of roots?

I dug one of mine up a while back to try a root cutting but it only had two short thick roots. I replanted it as I was not sure how much I could take off the plant.

Can anyone help identifying this spider?

Posted: Yesterday at 18:07

Spotted wolf from the same website perhaps?

Ive never looked up close but they look like the things I have living under the pebbles near my pond. They like to sit in the sun and dart about

New Member

Posted: Yesterday at 17:30

Welcome to the forum freewillow

Autumn Sown Hardy Annuals

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 20:45

Thanks hollie hock

It was more luck than judgement I'm afraid especially as I didn't thin them out. They were all over by July.

Verdict....your new plants this year

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 16:08

Fluffy Cloud, I've PM'd you re Achilleas. I know the email notifications aren't working that's all.

Sorry to interrupt the thread guys!

Autumn Sown Hardy Annuals

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 10:20

I've just received my copy of Garden News through the post (Sept 6 issue) and it has a feature on sowing hardy annuals that might be helpful.  

New pond

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 10:10

Wow! It looks beautiful

What a nice thing to have done - it must have taken an immense amount of work. I'm sure it'll attract loads of wildlife.

WHATS UP WITH THAT MOWER

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 09:33

The Hayter website looks quite helpful. They have an advice and support section.

Verdict....your new plants this year

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 09:17

Mine has to be Lythrum Blush which I bought as a 9cm pot in April. It's been flowering for two months now and I think will be a nice big plant next year. 

Worst has got to be Anthemis EC Buxton, planted in Oct which flowered and promptly died. I wonder if the surrounding yarrows requisitioned its water supply.

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Wasp V's Caterpillar

Ghoulish photos 
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ID if poss please

Just for curiosity 
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Help with fuchsias please

Deformed growing tips and hardly any flowers 
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Chasmanthe Query

Pot them or store them? 
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Please confirm these are greens of some type...

...before I chuck them to the hens 
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Tools keep breaking

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Last Post: 22/08/2014 at 18:06

ID's if possible please =+)

An order of pot luck perennials 
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How to post photos from iPad

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Does this look like excess nitrogen?

Ribes near chickens dying 
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Small nettle patch for butterflies

Does it need cutting? 
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Another plant ID please

Finally a flower opens 
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Interesting bug

Is it a back swimmer? 
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Plant ID please

It's not an astrantia 
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Floppy sedums

Can I prevent this somehow? 
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Weirdo snapdragon

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