Latest posts by ZombieGardener

Email notifications

Posted: 24/07/2013 at 19:50

same for me. i've got the email box ticked but i never get one.

Can someone help identify what this "bee" / bug this is?

Posted: 23/07/2013 at 23:28

Looks like a right beast what ever it is. though it does look hornet like with that "hour glass" figure.

Garden privacy - alternative to trees

Posted: 23/07/2013 at 23:24

you do have a nice wall shame not to see more of it.  Leylandii are a pain. It's a tree that takes thousands of a house price.

Student needing feedback for class project! Please help! :D

Posted: 23/07/2013 at 19:51

I have 2x 120litre waterbutts on each side of the green house and one 240litre waterbutt collecting from the garage. I like mine because my greenhouse i'm not near the outside tap. so when im in the greenhouse ive got water right next to me. the one down side is if you let them get to empty and the wind picks up they are likely to blow over. (i've placed two bricks each in the bottom on mine), which always worries me the one's near the greenhouse. also i dont like the fact the taps are low on them ok to get the last of the water out of it. but then means you have to place the butts on stands.


Ooh, me plums...

Posted: 21/07/2013 at 19:09

Going off topic but..

talking of wasps Netherfield, has anyone seen any this year? Bee's hundreads of them, butterflies a few. Wasps seen so far this year zero.

also seen my first ladybird today on the apple tree. I was so tempted to catch it and put it the greenhouse, I hoping to see loads of these. 


Posted: 21/07/2013 at 19:04

i've four connifers in the front about 4ft tall and 3ft wide each they was here when i moved about 4 years ago. I really dont like them. though they are green on the outside on the inside they are brown i've never cut them or it will look like they are dead. next year i'm having the front done and the drive made wider. them connifers are going to cost me a few quid to put right the damage they have done, the roots on them have lifted my front up all over, the roots must be everywhere. do think carefully before you do anything with them.


Ooh, me plums...

Posted: 21/07/2013 at 18:41

nice plums. can't comment anymore dont know much about them.

Tatton Park Show - Spare Tickets

Posted: 20/07/2013 at 20:22

that very good of you mummy muddy paws hope you find a taker. Its a good show.

Kitchen Units For Sale Gloucester

Posted: 20/07/2013 at 20:01

kitchen units' Thats just what i always wanted in my garden.

 What a bizzare post on GW.

How long do Lupins live?

Posted: 20/07/2013 at 19:54

I've got about 4, they are 2 years old and flower great. My mum has had some in her back garden for about 6 years still flowers great. though she told me to cut them to ground level at the end of the season.

Discussions started by ZombieGardener

Can you identify this shrub for me.

Is It Bay or Laural related? 
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Fuschia Cutting's

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