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and plumsTie in new raspberry canes to support wiresFruit & vegPinch out tomato sideshoots developing from the stemFit automatic vent openers to help control air flow Tie in tomato shoots to their supports, and water dailyGreenhouse 30 minutesDiscover how
Protect tender plants for winterThe trend for growing exotic looking plants in our gardens means that some of them may need protection from the worst of the winter cold and wet. Wrap half hardy bananas, palms and tree ferns with fleece, straw
stem. Leave it alone for a while and see if the green bumps turn into new shoots and foliage. Most people grow lemon scented pelargoniums for the foliage, not the flowers, and mine has never flowered in 3 years but I make a great ice cream by infusing
Got a bare fence ? perhaps behind a narrow border or lawn..... no.1 : Try growing raspberries if you've never done so before. Best to put a framework of wire on the fence. I use 3 strands. Raspberry canes are cheaply bought or if you know someone
spell.More ideas for summer colourPlanting flowers for late-summer colour.Creating a summer display of lilies.Growing summer raspberries.
.To top it all there's very little raspberry beetle damage - those horrible little browny maggoty things that sneak out of the top end of the fruit. I can't seem to pick the fruit fast enough and the entire family is going around with bright red stains
's video project on growing early potatoesMonty gives video advice on growing summer-fruiting raspberriesGrowing early strawberriesForcing narcissi.
Feeling fruityI've hand-picked a few favourites that will certainly whet the appetite - they're all tried and tested for flavour and reliability.When it comes to fruit, I'm passionate about eating and growing as much as possible in its proper season
but they are still green should I pick them and put them in a bowl with a banana to see if they will ripen? I too am relatively new to raspberry growing having moved to a house which has them in the garden. I have some very large rasps with thorny stems
crossed! Thanks!! Raspberries are remarkably tough, leave them where they are, given some light and warmth they will develop nice strong root systems, then new shoots. Next year you should get flowers and fruit. Patience is a virtue in gardening