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Hi I am a bit at a loss at to what to put into 2 terracotta pots on the front steps of my house. They get no direct sunlight (or very minimal during peak summer) and I would like a plant that I could leave in all year. Any suggestions? Many thanks
Just before Christmas last year, I asked if anyone had overwintered rhubarb in a pot and if so could anybody give advice on the best way to do it. I had several replies and one or two asked me to let them know if I succeeded. Well I am pleased
I really want a Daliah, the dinner plate size flower ones. I however will have limited space in my garden when I plant it all up with the plants I am growing. Will one do well in a reasonably large pot. Also are these plants any good and do you
hi, i have broken the rim off my ceramic pot, anyone know what adhesive i should use to mend it There's been a few breakages here lately....... try no nails, it's not water proof but will work for a while. Messy stuff but when it's set you can wipe
. I potted on my peppers and tomatoes, as they kept drying out in no time, their root systems filling the tiny pots. They're now potted into 2 litre pots and should grow nicely. I only grow a few tomato plants on the allotment, as we seem to get quite
A wide variety of pots have graced my patio all summer, hosting a wide and varied range of plants from agapanthus and phormium to miscanthus, eucomis, pelargoniums, and an assortment of colourful bedding - to name but a few.I love growing things
I would like to know of anyway I can recycle plastic plant pots, as I have loads? I don't want them to go 'into' a landfill site. Where are you I teach in a school where we do gardening with pupils. If your pots are cean and small 3 or 4 inch I
Refers to the transfer of seedlings or rooted cuttings into pots.
I've germinated my first seeds and am the proud owner of 20 strong compact bush tomato seedlings. I'm about to transfer them into little pots before they go into their final containers - pots on my patio. Given that the patio pots can go
The transfer of a plant from one pot into a larger one (usually the next size up) to allow more space for root development.