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Has anyone got any easy fill hanging baskets? I have just been to my garden centre and these look great,but at £7.00 each a bit expensive so I came home and searched the internet and found the same ones for £12.99 plus £4.99 delivery
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I would like some easy to look after house plants to fit in my uni flat. Do you have any suggustions? Spider plants are easy to grow, can be hung up high once they start growing and are good for combatting pollution e.g. from monitors. Cacti
. Easy to look after as no thinning out or supports are needed. The same plants crop for three to four weeks, so sow a row every three weeks to keep yourself stocked all summer.Dwarf French beansCover well- prepared ground with paper or a plastic mulch
Hi there, can someone give me some surgestioins please....... quick easy growing shrubs, flowering, or scented or niether, evergreen or not To get a good answer there are things that we need to know - shade/part shade/ sun ; type of soil
organic and inorganic, choice is yours. Carrots I think, it's easy to fleece then fine net for carrot fly. Sorry for sounding like a non gardener but its really the first year that I will want to plant up 'properly' last year was all last minute as we didn
I had some beautiful hanging baskets last year and they will be the same this year, little care, hardly any watering and plenty of follage and colour what are they they are full of yellow and pink sedum great for the drought Hi gina65compton Very interested to know what plants yo...
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It's easy to be sniffy about the ornamental cabbage. It is quite a strange concept; an odd, Frankensteinish amalgam of vegetable and bedding plant. However, my mind was changed - temporarily at least - during a recent trip to New York. I saw
some lunch (one of the benefits of working from home!) it was great to see the peppers still going strong.Peppers taste fantastic, they're good for you, easy to grow and they look attractive, especially when laden with fruit. I've grown a selection