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Latest posts by Zoomer44

chillis

Posted: 03/07/2013 at 19:28

Hi, things crossed the chillies will start to flower soon.

I've lost the connexion to my computer for the camera so can't load pics.

seed saving

Posted: 02/07/2013 at 19:58

figetbones. Is it the same with foxglove, I'd like to save their seeds.

chillis

Posted: 02/07/2013 at 19:43

Thanks for the pics Neil I was beginning to lose confidence in my chilli plants, as they are so small but with a bit of heat they're starting to grow.

I grow chilli's and peppers in a GH amongst other stuff. Peppers are flowering and I've some fruit beginning to develop but they are really behind compared to last year.  

Tomato problems

Posted: 02/07/2013 at 19:25

lynredshaw. The beans will come, I've still some left to plant out.

perfect

Posted: 02/07/2013 at 19:15

Strawberries...

Missing Profiles

Posted: 02/07/2013 at 19:13

How odd.

Clicked on you picture and my profile comes up. Has your profile always been missing...

Potatoes

Posted: 01/07/2013 at 21:49

Now. I'm itching to delve into a bag.

My 1st earlies are Winston and Pentland Javelin, been out since 4th April. Estima and Wilja 2nd earlies and Desire, as main, were planted out mid April. Red Duke of York were the last to be planted out at the beginning of May.

Not tried Winston or Estima before.     

Potatoes

Posted: 30/06/2013 at 22:04

PR. Yes,some don't always flower, few of mine get to the stage of flowering but I leave them the full term or longer especially 1st and 2nd Earlie's as despite not flowering they do die back and keep longer in compost than in the kitchen.

The large one's are just as tasty, have trust... and you get a better crop 

What are you sowing now?

Posted: 30/06/2013 at 21:02

If you sow your biennials now...

... these are plants which will go out before the first frost, giving them time to develop a root system and be itching to grow in spring... weeks before anything sown on a window ledge in February, March or April......and biennials flower in their second year...I sow them as next years annual bedding plants... 

Mr botch it

Posted: 30/06/2013 at 18:22

Fairygirl.  I've since built my own L shaped free standing trellis, with posts cemented in and a base for the GH. I do go back to the same guy for materials, as he's very reasonable but lesson learnt.

Discussions started by Zoomer44

Best site for asparagus...

Multiple choice Q...no ideal site...a case of...best of a bad lot...  
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Growing asparagus...

Any tips... 
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New allotment OMG...Part 2...

Just signed up for a new allotment...OMG...  
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Re planting fruit tree's...

I planted a plum tree last year in what was the right spot.... 
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Shredded pine leaves....

Can they be used as a mulch round blueberry bushes. 
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Weed wands...

Do any posters use them... 
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Poorly dwarf apple tree

I uncovered a dwarf apple amongst brambles last year.... 
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Shed of the year...

Did anyone else watch the programme this evening... 
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Growing globe artichokes...

I'm growing them for the first time... 
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Currant bushes ...should I be worried...

New shoots on my currant bushes are bubbly. The bubbles are orange/brown making the leaves start to shrivel... 
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Growing lillies.

A Q about used compost...  
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Best compost for 2015

Thought I start as new compost thread. 2013 from what I recall wasn't a particularly good year for compost,  
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Replanting blueberry bushes...

I've a couple of bushes in pots.... 
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Advent calendar prize draw...

Has anyone won anything.... 
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Glode artichokes, over wintering..

Hadn't planned to grow these... 
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