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I am an organic gardener, treating plants with Herbs & SpicesSolution, just cut fresh ginger in small slices and place 5/6 inchesdeep in the soil, 4/5 feet away from the tree, keep moistEven pest in the seed core will vanish
herbsPotting up a container with scented herbs.Planting herbs in a hanging basket.Planting up a hanging basket with vegetables and herbs.Taking lavender cuttings.Growing myrtle and campanula in a window box.
HI PLEASE CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT PLANT THIS IS THANKS GEORGE I don't know it's name I'm afraid but I pull these out as a weed. Rose Bay willow herb, weed that spreads quickly, pull out now!
Would one recommend plant feeding with a balanced fert in Autumn/ Winter esp when transplanting or wait until Spring. I prefer using lood hoof and bone meal for majority of veg and herb plants but use sparingly in Autumn. Feed in the spring when
Finish summer pruning trained forms of apple and pear trees Harvest apples, pears, plums and gages as they ripenSave seeds from good varieties of beans, herbs and tomatoes that you've enjoyed this yearPot up herbs to use in winterPrune out fruited
Lavender and thyme herbs emit a delicate fragrance. Position this hanging basket near the patio or a window so you can catch its scent on the wind. Choose a dwarf lavender, such as the compact 'Bella Series', as the centrepiece and surround
and sweet green way to fight pests and encorage wildlife.. more of this please. Try putting pots of marigolds in the greenhouse, you'll never have whitefly again. Also mix herbs in with the veg. I was going to have a separate herb garden but now I'll mix
I am an Organic Gardener, treating plants with Herbs & SpicesYour problem, it appears lack of iron, just place a rusty nail 2/3 inches deep in the soil, a feet away from the plant keep moist.I feel it should work DEAR SIR I HAVE A EUCALYPTUS TREE
Hi I am making some cakes for a wedding. The cakes will be on a 7 tier stand, which I hope to decorate with foliage. I would like to use non poisonious plants that can be used near food. can anyone help please. Thanks Edible herbs such as Rosemary
Hi, I'm digging up a large portion of my lawn to make a veg patch and herb garden. I'm also planning to grow some fruit (pears, gooseberries and a grapevine). Part of the lawn had fairy rings and the soil beneath the turf is very dry and full