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for keeping them away and am happy to share them if you would like. in the mean time please cut the fox some slack he is what he is because of us. I have fed foxes for years and love watching them - what proof is there that the attack was by a fox? I hope
from brown rot and we rarely get to eat any. I was told it was too dry so in went loads of ash and compsost and leaf mould......if anything the problem is worse now, even the leaves had brown patches on them this year. I clear up and burn all
about not concentrating on Monty's patch so much and have the show come from 1 of maybe 4 presenters gardens each week in rotation so we get to see how to look after each through the year. There are 4 presenters, each one tackiling a different aspect
gardening to the No-Dig method and, like MsAnjuik, going from open plan veg patch to a raised bed potager type. On a completely different subject I miss the input about alpines that Geoff hamilton used to give us - hardly ever mentioned now, even
and the rest is all horrible stones with a patch or bark covered mud soon to be covered by a shed and run for the bunnies. i have plenty of pots and things but im guessig because i have no bushed trees or shrubs for the birds to take cover in if they feel
We miss Geoff Hamilton so much and then Alan became a close second to our hero. Toby Buckland - such warmth, a genuine people's gardener, someone we can relate to and we are going to tune in to Toby on Gardener's World with a true passion for gardening. Bring it on Toby! I agre...
to stick to the paths and paved areas. I cut off the perenniels he damaged last year and expect them to grow back this year. I think I have only had one fatality that I can see at the moment which isnt too bad considering. Hello dog-lovers, Suzi, I'm glad
If any of you heard Kate on Gardener's Question Time last week, she gave a very brave defence of wildlife in the face of a concerted 'push' from the BBC to sell us the idea that Neonicotinoid Pesticides are 'alright if used according to manufacturers instructions'. Kate pointed ...
or forum related only! String and scissors never in the same area-or within reach-string not long enough when you cut a bit off-string that finds that one little snag on a cane-bits of string that appear from nowhere-running out of string
the gorund up" approach and not let's bulk up this border by taking cuttings approach.Toby is blamed for buying some expensive plants as well, but you gotta start somewhere and he was propagating at one point...one show had carol take cuttings, then Alys