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Now the chaos of Christmas is over, I can settle down to some serious shopping. In January and February I like to get all my seed and plant orders underway; it's usually the perfect weather to stay indoors, warm and cosy, contemplating the season
hidden out of sight.Heavy snow can weigh down branches, especially on evergreens and conifers, and even break or distort them if it isn't brushed away. Most of us were probably keener to stay warm indoors during the snow than venture outside to clear snow
Hi everyone I have a bunch of seedlings which are still small and without their second leaves. My problem is that they seem to be growing too tall and spindly with some falling over. I'm guessing the light on my window sill isn't enough but I'm worried that putting them outside ...
They are not frost hardy which is a problem over winter but during the summer (if we ever get one) you can put them outside Depends where you live. Mine stayed outside all year round in a very sheltered spot close to the house and lasted over 20 years. I live in East Dorset and ...
Can I start anything indoors now to plant out next year?
has any one grown onion from seeds not set. If so when did you start the seeds? indoors or outdoors seed starting? If indoors what day length did you set your light table for?
Has anyone had the lovely cosmos chocolate plant that has survived over winter? Is it best to keep it in a pot and bring it indoors over winter? Any tips please thanks all
How can I stop the end of the leaves on my yuccas and palms from going black or brown Depends on varieties - if they're indoors, the palms' leaves could be finding the air too hot and dry.
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I STARTED INDOOR HYACINTHS IN A DARK SHED AND BROUGHT THEM INDOORS WHEN STEMS WERE 2CM HIGH - LEAVES ARE NOW 35CM HIGH BUT NO FLOWERS PRODUCED - WHAT IS THE PROBLEM I would say that they got too much heat too quickly. Bring them in to warmth slowly