Welshonion


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Best plants for covering unsightly ledge

Posted: Yesterday at 23:40

It looks as though the builder is shooting water onto the neighbouring (your) side rather than dealing with it on the correct side. He has done it to stop water causing damp in the new extension. There should be a proper damp-proof course in there somewhere, and I don't think there is. Neighbourly relations be damned, this will cause problems in the future when/if you want to sell your house.

Peace lily- leaves drooping and yellow (also not flowering)

Posted: Yesterday at 00:12

Indirect light is not sun!  It is a jungle plant.

Weeds growing up between old laid pavers.

Posted: 13/01/2018 at 12:52

Have you tried pouring boiling water from a kettle on the cracks?

Peace lily- leaves drooping and yellow (also not flowering)

Posted: 11/01/2018 at 15:05

Make sure it never sees the sun; they don't like it.  Steamy bathroom is where they like to be.

Rubarb

Posted: 10/01/2018 at 18:22

You can only spare roots for forcing rhubarb when you have a good amount of roots as it is usual to throw spent roots away after forcing.

Bird food

Posted: 10/01/2018 at 14:44

I buy the cheapest porridge oats at Aldi for the pesky starlings.   

Sickly looking azalea

Posted: 07/01/2018 at 17:33

Do you water it frequently with soft water?  Rain water is soft , maybe your tap water isn't.

Lillie pads

Posted: 07/01/2018 at 17:28

One thing:  lily plants hate disturbed water, so no fountains or suchlike.  Someone may have mentioned it up-thread; if so I apologize.

amarylis

Posted: 28/12/2017 at 16:53

Sadly that looks as though it has flowered this year.  Give it lots of TLC and it will flower for you next year.  First thing - pot it up.

Screening hedge - cant decide

Posted: 28/12/2017 at 16:50

What about yew.  It is fast-growing and manageable.

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