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I am new to gardening and am growing for the first time. I have some cucumbers grown indoors from seed. they are now about 6 inches high and ready to plant out. Is it too early (too cold) to do this now? Also, the seed leaves have started to dry out
of plants. They debilitate the plants and secrete a sticky, sugary honeydew that covers the leaves, which often results in further problems, such as sooty moulds. Infestations of white, waxy insects on indoor and greenhouse plants, along with sticky honeydew
or bubble polythene and they'll reward you with lush foliage next season.Clean and sharpen pruning tools Repair and treat fencing and timber structures Bring all watering equipment indoorsAround the gardenPrune wisteria sideshoots to 10-15cm from their base
My indoor chilli plants get covered in white sticky stuff. what is it, how can I prevent it and once I've got it how can it be treated without making the chillis indeible? I'm sorry but I can't do links on my phone but if you google RHS and mealybug
I have a pot of night scented stock outside which smells heavenly of an evening, my question is can you cut it and bring indoors and would the smell remain at nightime ? Hello, I grow these as I love the smell. I've not used them as a cut flower
I purchased a pale pink indoor hibisus 18 months ago and it continued to bloom until September. It is now blooming again but the flowers are pale yellow - does anyone have any idea why and how I ensure that the future colour stays yellow
think you have a problem because of long term rain/cold outside. Indoor is possible, when you have strong, healthy seedlings. The pic is from nursery on the road. I hope you have luck with your D.marg., ThaiGer.
Morning everyone, snow here in the East Midlands again - where is Spring? I'm growing some Abutilon from seed this year and would like to keep one or two of them as houseplants. Will they thrive and flower indoors? I also planted some Fatsia seeds
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..
in flower. When I put it outside, it smelled wonderful, but indoors it was way too overpowering. I think Gardenia can be a bit too much indoors too. I love my Hellebores but cannot stand the smell of H.Foetidus and don't like the smell of "Sweet" Peas. I