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Latest posts by ZombieGardener

hydranga-dillema

Posted: 13/08/2013 at 01:52

You are not on you're on Peter, I made that mistake myself a few year's back. Following summer not one flower. I now do exactly what PaulaH does with the hydrangea.

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 13/08/2013 at 01:45

That was a million times better than I thought it was going to be. I'm Impressed but cold.

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 13/08/2013 at 00:36

Wow this comet is awsom. Hope you're OH is getting a good luck chicky. shooting stars everywhere i'm so excited just put kettle on and i'm going back outside.

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 12/08/2013 at 23:14

Shame about your tree Mrs G, Stacey It breaks my heart seeing mature tree's felled start a petition to save it just to wind them up.  Jon that is funny of you're old neighbour calling his home oak end. Though i'm sure it was not funny at time.

FG I will try the subtitles next week for beechgrove. normally i'm fine understanding accents, but that bee keeper guy lost me completely.

Anyways busy day for me today, unfortunately that was not in the garden.  I've got time tomorrow but no doubt it will rain. I'm going outside in a little bit to see if I can see this comet flying over. Is anyone else bothering? Hope you are all well.

 

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 12/08/2013 at 00:23

Good Evening all, Sounds like you have all had a busy weekend. Nice to hear about it. Just hedge and weed tidy today for me the weather has been pants all day. Dry but rubbish. Have a great Monday all.

new-here

Posted: 12/08/2013 at 00:12

Hi Michelle & welcome.

loving-this-series-of-gardeners-world

Posted: 12/08/2013 at 00:04
goochie wrote (see)

Beechgrove Gardens is much more informative and in a more realistic size.   Monty is very good but doesnt realise his three compost bins are the size of a lot of gardens.  I really enjoy the down to earth approach of the Scottish Gardeners and the disasters as well as success.     I also agree that we dont have enough gardening time on our tellys well done Tim Burr your comments are right on the mark.

I like Beechgrove aswell, In many way's more realistic weather to me, being in the NW. On this week's episode when they did the bee's, that guy they was talking with. I had no idea what he was saying, but it looked intresting.

winter-potatos

Posted: 11/08/2013 at 23:57

lol Zoomer looks like you have had a nightmare trying to grow winter spuds.  I am now starting to think that I have picked the wrong time of year to learn how to grow them. Like you if I  get to eat some I will be happy.

elephant-hawk-moth-caterpillar

Posted: 11/08/2013 at 23:19
waterbutts wrote (see)

Oh, you lucky thing! And such a stunning moth too.

agreed.

advice-please-re-my-tomato-plants

Posted: 11/08/2013 at 15:29

I've found a few flowers on mine that have not made fruit, I thought like Bob say's lack of pollination.I will pollinate by hand next year just to make sure, I did that with the strawberrys this year.

Italophile that's good to know let them struggle a bit. I had a peace lily house plant that did not flower for about 3 year's, till someone told me I treat it too good take it near death. I did and it flowers amazing every year now so it's always kept on the brink of death in summer.

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Can you identify this shrub for me.

Is It Bay or Laural related? 
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Fuschia Cutting's

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