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their green tomatoes into award winning chutney and turn their dahlias and sweet peas into floral arrangements fit for a Queen.The programme will be an exciting and stimulating series which will reveal all the wonderful possibilities that can be unlocked from
it pushes up the odd shoot - I would like to put them outside in the greenhouse asap. My Dahlia imperialis is in the bathroom (south facing window) and is romping away as it is inside. I want it to grow tall this year.
Hi all, am finding planting seeds a bit hit and miss, is this normal or am i doing something wrong, zinnia, cosmos, marigolds, some dahlias and a few sea holly came up lovely but naga chilli didnt show or stock, aster, red rudbeckia and poppies
cosmos but then i saw some lovely campanulas in Lidl yesterday in white and purple and tis the time of year to divide them... might have to spend a few quid tomorrow im always saying ill use what ive got first, but like to buy to grow different annuals
' as a general catch-all term for those plants that can be grown from dormant bulbs, corms, tubers and rhizomes. Among my regular favourites are begonias, dahlias, canna lilies and eucomis, the pineapple flower. Then there's galtonia, the summer hyacinth
completely in winter and the leaves will grow to hide the daffodil leaves) and I plant spring bulbs where I will plant dahlias next year. Violas and winter pansies can be planted now too, also wallflowers.
Could anyone give me some advice on how to plant them. Bought 5 at Schiphol last night as I always wanted to grow them. The bag doesn't give any instructions bar plant April/May. They are currently in the fridge awaiting your advice. I have grown
slope). I left the dahlias in the ground one year and they were all fine, but just flowered a little later than usual. Also each year I grow ricinis from seed - they are fantastic, really scary big tropical things! And then I fill the gaps with red
to put up with lace Hostas but it's worth it Pellets are the only thing for me, and I grow loads of hostas (in pots) and dahlias. I also have a garden full of birds.
close second only to roses, according to a recent survey of florists. And as with any 'easy-to-grow' plant, it divides gardeners in the same way that gladioli, dahlias and many others do.Horticultural snobs may give them a wide berth as they search out