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This is my second year growing acteas and they look good. Just flowering now and fantastic brown/purplish foliage. In theory I grow them as advised......moisture, light shade..... But they till suffer from crisping and parched leaves t this time
Put a few plants in last year, but spears coming up really spindly - do I cut them off or leave them to grow into foliage this year and not let them crop???
Hi I'm new to GW forum so please bear with me. I think it was in 2011 I saw a new way of growing tomatoes demonstrated where the plant was stopped at 2 feet and a side shoot grown, has anyone seen an update? Apologies if this has been covered
to the RHS advice about growing garlic. http://apps.rhs.org.uk/advicesearch/Profile.aspx?pid=677 rocketman, when the cold weather is overand the garlic is growing again you can give it a liquid seaeed feed. Garlic is quite a hungry plant so needs regular
I want to grow some garlic this year. I've recently cleared out my veg garden, got rid of the various veggies I'd had growing, and have dug the soil over. But, could someone please give me some tips on how best to prepare the soil for planting
I have a SE facing Front Garden and I adore Big Blousy Bearded Irises I saw Irises Growing in shallow pans perched on raised tree trunks in the above I would like to recreate this effect . Could someone please tell me the best growing medium, what
Sarah Raven plants four varieties of tomato in a bed in the Berryfields greenhouse, explaining how to stake and pinch out sideshoots from plants.Sarah goes on to demonstrate how to plant tomatoes in grow bags, using ring culture pots to ensure
I grow a couple of comicifugas....now acteas......but they do not,produce enough flower spikes for me. Anyone growing these and getting loads of,flower spikes? If so, advice appreciated please. I provide good rich soil, shade and moisture
any tips? i like tomatos... Hello Steven, Here's Sarah Raven talking about growing tomatoes outside, some advice on sowing tomato seeds, Chris Beardshaw explaining how to increase yields inside and Monty on using growing bags. There is plenty
plethora of plant grow lights on the market. All are helpful to gardeners who want to grow plants indoors. its totally based on your requirments there are good advantages of it but still there are some disadvantages so you need to go with it carefully..