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Hi all ,,how about this for gardening then? i was recently informed at the allotment we started a few months ago that last year they lost 3 sheds in the winter wind all blown down and destroyed,so as we are in the open we had better tie the shed
The feature on apple storing failed to mention the temperature the apples should be stored at. I wanted to know if I could leave apples wrapped in newspaper in my shed - can the apples suffer from very cold or very warm conditions?
Has anyone seen the sun even thought it is weak here in north wales Have you seen this http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/the-potting-shed/whats-the-weather-like-in-your-area/2618-6.html
Hi there, Can someone advise me where I can obtain a tulip called "Oscar"? Last answer http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/the-potting-shed/name-/2814.html did that not help?
can any one tell me the name of this blue flowering plant.it came up with my sweet peas. not down loading again ????? Please read http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/the-potting-shed/uploading-pictures/5732.html
I have just moved to a new house with a not so new garden! anyway I found a plant in the shed whixh to me looks like a mini palm tree with lots of dead leaves any ideas on the best way to look after it many thanks
Hi have just found a yucca plant in the back of the shed (just moved in) is in a sorry state have got rid of all the dead leaves but not sure how to care for it will be putting on my patio many thanks
live on the coast of Co. Down on a very exposed site that gets strong winds. Should I cut all the leaves off and store in our shed? I thought the whitefly might multiply in the warmth of the shed? Your comments would be welcome.
I am wondering if it is possible for me to overwinter my non hardy fuschias outside during winter...I do not have a greenhouse nor garage . Would it be enough for me to pot them up and place them in a sheltered place such as behind a shed ? Btw I
Something about a June wedding Paul?? It might help to put your question here http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/the-potting-shed/growing-sweet-peas/6143-7.html Not the Paul Young! I''ve a friend called Jennifer Jones.