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New but Empty Greenhouse!
Hi. I'm a novice gardener but managed to grow
in my new greenhouse this year. I'd love to grow something over-winter or seeds for planting out in spring - veg or flowers. Any suggestions would be welcome. Is it heated?
by Bridget Langham
hi can anyone tell me why cabbages (red and white) and
planed in pots using multi-purpose compost would turn the leaves white and what i could do to rescue them? i thought it may be a nutrient related problem but in brand new compost i
by Shrinking Violet
what to do
,upper Port glasgow, so i cut everything back , lillies, herbs,
, courgettes, too soon??. Have you dried the dahlias off?
and courgettes wil not come back -compost them.
For years i have fed my citrus plants with the suggested citrus summer & winter specialised foods. This summer i have experimented with liquid
food, and have now got the best crop of lemons and limes in many years at a fraction of the cost
by diana daniels
Can someone please tell me the difference between a slow release fertilizer (which is what im looking for) & a slow release feed. I want to use for planting
have already bought food but advised to use a slow release fertilizer. The best
What fruit veg could i plant in a shady garden(peas, strawberries)?
can trim so i doesn't get to big. we get the sun in the morning, but not that often though, hope you can help. thanks Broad beans & peas should be ok but french beans prefer full sun. Could try dwarf broad bean variety.
plants worth a try
by Emma Crawforth
No posts either
post on morning forkers thread ?? Cannot post on 'Today I feel so happy', just comes back as a squashed
It appears we can't post on old posts at,present Since I can't do,this on evening FORKERS ......evening FORKERS .Hope you all had good day
Talkback: Changing soil in greenhouse borders
. at horticultural shows as it was a forcing house! Your trial would be interesting but not wise as , when your crop takes goodness out of the soil you must replace it. Better to give the
a rest for a year(grow them outside) and grow beans whose nodules
by Tracy M.
A tiny gift fron last summer
Outside my back door a tiny flower of night scented stock is still out. What a lovely sight in cold weather! I have also eaten my last
today & now must prepare for this year! Thats pretty amazing, last
!! and night scented stock
Tiny garlic, what to feed?
. Is there anything I can feed them? I had a great crop of solent white last year & I never feed, just put them into the multipurpose compost pots that had the
, chillis, cucumbers & courgettes in, when I've pulled those crops up in the autumn. So
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