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loads of cucumber flowers but they all just fall off. Why? I have the same problem.lots of flowers then no growth. one cucumber has started to grow but is stunted I purchased a BillyOh Tongue and Groove garden shed and its falling apart after 8 weeks
If your shed has become a dumping ground and you've run out of space to store your gardening equipment, then it's time to take action. Follow our guide to clearing, cleaning and repairing your shed and making it secure.Tool rackWooden shelving units
I love the idea of doing the shed clean up, but walking down my garden would be a no no, now the snow is melting my heavy clay is a quagmire, and would be completely ruined, not that I would be able to stay on my feet as I garden on a steep hill
Ready made tool racks are available to buy, but you can easily make your own, using timber bought from a local DIY store. To start with, measure the width of your shed and select the length of timber you need. Think about the height of your shed
i want some fast growing good looking ivy to cover a shed wall whats the best ideas for this, thanks clematis Montana Elizabeth,in no time you ll have a lovely covering. thats nice but will it alsocover my shed in the winter? i do really like
at the very back of my back garden i have a 5foot squared area with a shed on 1 side a brick wall on the opposite side and wooden fences on the other 2 sides with just a small path to the side, there is a large silver birch right in the middle
Some advice please. Last year a bird nested in my potting shed down the bottom of the garden. I ended up with bird poo all over my lawn mower and the sad sight of dead baby bird fallen from the nest. Plus I got divebombed every time I went in there
An excellent cheap and easy solution to the age old problem of storing your tools. It saves time finding an implement and more importantly can help you avoid the risk of you or anyone else treading on a rake head etc and causing an injury. SHEDShttp://www.cheapsheds.com.au/garden-sheds
I wonder what the general opinions are regarding the decision to allow garden gnomes at Chelsea. I was shocked, for I think they are hideous. A garden sometimes needs a bit of fun, If a brief for a garden asks for a sense of fun or humour then why not. I don't mean a gnomeland bu...
I found a great site which I'm hoping to order from: http://www.enviromat.co.uk/home?gclid=CNHj9f6ChrECFaEhtAodERtMAw ...but my question is what exactly I need to buy, with a roughly 2msq roof that slopes to one side. Will I need a water retention mat so the sedum doesn't dry out...