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"images for...". What to do? Would a pesticide treatment help? If so, which product(s) and when? Other than that all we could find is suggestion to prune the crown to shape, and thin it to allow drying airflow, and to clear up debris.
I have a new garden, and to cover a pergola for this summer I planted cobeas. I did it a week before Monty Don put his out.Four our just getting to four ft. tall, one thin straggley one is about eight ft.,The last one is fairly full but flower buds
cake ! Jasminum beesianum. No special pruning required, just thin out branches that you don't want. Half a cake then !
and they told us that they used yellow rattle to keep out the couch grass, I thin it stops it spreading. Worth a try but I'd weed the big plants out first and use the yellow rattle to weaken the inevitable new ones that come. I too have couch grass rampaging
bit thin. If they don't flower this year they might make good compost. Perhaps someone else can tell us both how to scare them into flower.
I have 3 plants in my garden that are driving me mad, the reason being is I don't know what they are. They are very woody and have a spread of about 90cm, the leaves are thin and about 6cm covering most of the stalks and they have a dark pink
. Follow our guide to deterring carrot root fly, below.Choose varieties that have been bred for their resistance to carrot root fly, such as 'Flyaway', 'Ibiza', 'Maestro', 'Parano', 'Resistafly' and 'Sytan'.Choose resistant varietiesSow seed thinly to avoid
hi i bought female only cucumber plants this year, neednt worry about taking off male flowers! i have loads of cucumbers but for the last 3/4 weeks they have been 2 inches long and pencil thin! no growth whatsoever and some now rotting off. what am
and other crops to keep them growing stronglyStop cutting asparagus by the end of June to allow the ferns to formThin out heavy gooseberry crops by removing the smallest fruits, and use these for cookingMake successional sowings of salad leaves and radishes
Spray potatoes and outdoor tomatoes with Bordeaux mixture or similar to prevent blightThin heavy crops of apples, pears and plumsTie in new raspberry canes to support wiresCover brassicas with fine netting to prevent cabbage white butterflies laying