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and will get to the rest in the next coupple of days. Dont feed whilst they are in bud, always feed prior, this is the best time Oh - mine are in bud and I'm late to feed - will this harm? Sometimes if you feed whilst in bud it has been known for the plant
Learn how to turn clumps of stinging nettles to your advantage, by turning them into nitrogen-rich, liquid plant food, in Rachel de Thame's video guide.sping-summerMore tips on nettles and feeding plantsRemoving stinging nettles from your garden
I planted two small hibiscus plants three years ago, both placed in sunny spots with good drainage. They have grown well over the past few years becoming established but have never flowered. The garden gets regularly mulched although no direct feed
Slimy molluscs that feed by night on tender plants and some root crops. They can cause considerable destruction, and control takes many forms, from salting to the use of chemical pesticides.
My tomatoes are healthy but just keep producing lots of leaf but not much fruit. What am I doing wrong Overfeeding them. Plants make fruit if the 'think' there is a likelyhood of their dying. If you keep feeding it, the plant will keep on growing
them until spring. The reason I ask is because I have just put some winter pansies in baskets and the label says to feed every week. The whole subject of feeding plants sometimes makes me confused. We are told that certain feeds promote good flowering
percentage of the liquid to use for feeding and is it suitable for all plants. hi use 1 part liquid feed to 10 parts water, i would invest in a new one as they dont like being waterlogged, but they do give a very good feed to plants This might help http://www.wormcity.co.uk/wormfaq.htm
Good morning All, hope your weather is bright and sunny. Can you use seaweed feed on everything (plants and fruit & veg) if so can anyone recommend a brand (if you're allowed to lol) thanks in advance You can, but it's not enough for hungry feeders
I have several garlic plants in large pots which look really healthy following the harsh winter. What is the best feed come Spring? that depends on the type soil you are using I've heard that blood, fish and bone is the best, but here is a link
Carol Klein demonstrates how to add mulch to beds and borders to enrich the soil and ensure healthy plants.spring and autumnCarolMore ways to improve soilImproving soil with green manure.How to feed plants.Improving your soil.Making a soil sieve.