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    Latest: Gardening for Mental health Redwing, Oct 2, 2018
  2. Compost, Fertilisers & Recycling

    All Discussions Regarding Compost (ing), Fertilisers, soil conditioning, Recycling & Rain Water Harvesting can be found here.
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  4. Garden Projects and DIY

    What Projects Do You Have Going? Are you making something yourself ?Let us see what you've got going on.
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    Latest: Snork's Garden Redesign Project Kandy, Jan 20, 2019 at 4:42 PM
  5. Tools And Equipment

    Any Tools Or Equipment That Can Be Used, Can Be Discussed/Rated Here
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  6. Propagation This Month

    What Should You Be Starting To Sow/Grow/Graft This Month
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    Latest: Reliable Seed Suppliers JWK, Jan 19, 2019 at 6:00 PM
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    Latest: Cutting Hedge on December? Tetters, Dec 18, 2018
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  1. Curly green fingers

    Molasses as a feed .

    I use a weak solution of molasses through out . It builds the sugars up in the plants giving you bigger fruit, veg - eg (broccoli) and flowers annuals, perennials or whatever. I've tried using...
    I use a weak solution of molasses through out . It builds the sugars up in the plants giving you bigger fruit, veg - eg (broccoli) and flowers annuals, perennials or whatever. I've tried using aspirin and numerous other things in the past even milk.
    I use a weak solution of molasses through out . It builds the sugars up in the plants giving you bigger fruit, veg - eg (broccoli) and flowers annuals, perennials or whatever. I've tried using aspirin and numerous other things in the past even milk.
    I use a weak solution of molasses through out . It builds the sugars up in the plants giving you bigger fruit, veg - eg (broccoli) and flowers annuals, perennials or whatever. I've tried using...
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  2. pete
    Like x 8

    Saved from death

    @pete it never ceases to amaze me what plants get dumped on the compost in our cemetery too. Can’t understand it myself, but there we are.. :scratch: :doh:
    @pete it never ceases to amaze me what plants get dumped on the compost in our cemetery too. Can’t understand it myself, but there we are.. :scratch: :doh:
    @pete it never ceases to amaze me what plants get dumped on the compost in our cemetery too. Can’t understand it myself, but there we are.. :scratch: :doh:
    @pete it never ceases to amaze me what plants get dumped on the compost in our cemetery too. Can’t understand it myself, but there we are.. :scratch: :doh:
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  3. Fat Controller

    Where best to buy brugmansia?

    Just a word of warning regarding eBay, I bought a cutting of Grand Marnier which took a couple of years to flower and turned out to be something else. Firstly it was a cutting from non flowering...
    Just a word of warning regarding eBay, I bought a cutting of Grand Marnier which took a couple of years to flower and turned out to be something else. Firstly it was a cutting from non flowering part hence it had to grow a year and fork (they only flower above the Y fork). Secondly it was far...
    Just a word of warning regarding eBay, I bought a cutting of Grand Marnier which took a couple of years to flower and turned out to be something else. Firstly it was a cutting from non flowering part hence it had to grow a year and fork (they...
    Just a word of warning regarding eBay, I bought a cutting of Grand Marnier which took a couple of years to flower and turned out to be something else. Firstly it was a cutting from non flowering...
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  4. CraigET

    Poo or eggs?

    Great shout team!!
    Great shout team!!
    Great shout team!!
    Great shout team!!
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  5. devs

    Looking for bulb recommendations?

    Where in the country are you and what direction does that bed face?
    Where in the country are you and what direction does that bed face?
    Where in the country are you and what direction does that bed face?
    Where in the country are you and what direction does that bed face?
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  6. Vince

    Brugs

    Well, I'm taking some time out from Brug growing, I find they take up lots of time, worth it, but I've got lazy.;):biggrin:
    Well, I'm taking some time out from Brug growing, I find they take up lots of time, worth it, but I've got lazy.;):biggrin:
    Well, I'm taking some time out from Brug growing, I find they take up lots of time, worth it, but I've got lazy.;):biggrin:
    Well, I'm taking some time out from Brug growing, I find they take up lots of time, worth it, but I've got lazy.;):biggrin:
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  7. medindexer

    vertical ceanothus - how to train it to climb in tiny garden

    The pot is a little small medindexer......can you plant it in the garden soil there? :) Ceanothus are not really pot plants...they have vigorous spreading roots to support a fast growing...
    The pot is a little small medindexer......can you plant it in the garden soil there? :) Ceanothus are not really pot plants...they have vigorous spreading roots to support a fast growing system.The photo clarifies it now. I had envisioned a plant like Jack Sparrow has in his picture above. ...
    The pot is a little small medindexer......can you plant it in the garden soil there? :) Ceanothus are not really pot plants...they have vigorous spreading roots to support a fast growing system.The photo clarifies it now. I had envisioned a...
    The pot is a little small medindexer......can you plant it in the garden soil there? :) Ceanothus are not really pot plants...they have vigorous spreading roots to support a fast growing...
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  8. Nishant

    Discarding Air Layered Branch

    Hello Friends,This year in June, I had air-layered a branch of Pyracantha in my garden. It has been successful with lots of roots. So far so good.However I had a change of mind and I want to...
    Hello Friends,This year in June, I had air-layered a branch of Pyracantha in my garden. It has been successful with lots of roots. So far so good.However I had a change of mind and I want to give the whole bush a tree shape. The branch that I air-layered is quite central to the shape I am...
    Hello Friends,This year in June, I had air-layered a branch of Pyracantha in my garden. It has been successful with lots of roots. So far so good.However I had a change of mind and I want to give the whole bush a tree shape. The branch that I...
    Hello Friends,This year in June, I had air-layered a branch of Pyracantha in my garden. It has been successful with lots of roots. So far so good.However I had a change of mind and I want to...
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  9. Verdun

    Another threat!!

    As we had a bad year for any honey bee (none) it wouldn't make much differents but we did have lots of bubble bees so i wont be using any anyway, any Hornets that are about don't last long :catapult:
    As we had a bad year for any honey bee (none) it wouldn't make much differents but we did have lots of bubble bees so i wont be using any anyway, any Hornets that are about don't last long :catapult:
    As we had a bad year for any honey bee (none) it wouldn't make much differents but we did have lots of bubble bees so i wont be using any anyway, any Hornets that are about don't last long :catapult:
    As we had a bad year for any honey bee (none) it wouldn't make much differents but we did have lots of bubble bees so i wont be using any anyway, any Hornets that are about don't last long :catapult:
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  10. Amy Willshire

    Burried Rubbish and rubble

    You could always use this one @Amy Willshire ....:yikes: but it can only go in your post when typing it:biggrin:
    You could always use this one @Amy Willshire ....:yikes: but it can only go in your post when typing it:biggrin:
    You could always use this one @Amy Willshire ....:yikes: but it can only go in your post when typing it:biggrin:
    You could always use this one @Amy Willshire ....:yikes: but it can only go in your post when typing it:biggrin:
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  11. Verdun

    Growing colocasia Black Coral

    Fantastic plants @JWK:dbgrtmb: Not something I've really mastered. Tried Taro which did ok for one year only.
    Fantastic plants @JWK:dbgrtmb: Not something I've really mastered. Tried Taro which did ok for one year only.
    Fantastic plants @JWK:dbgrtmb: Not something I've really mastered. Tried Taro which did ok for one year only.
    Fantastic plants @JWK:dbgrtmb: Not something I've really mastered. Tried Taro which did ok for one year only.
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  12. Verdun

    Love your garden

    WeeTam, I think I agree. Gardening shows are a bit like cooking shows, entertaining to watch but how often do you actually go on and make the recipe?I tend to search for specific instructional...
    WeeTam, I think I agree. Gardening shows are a bit like cooking shows, entertaining to watch but how often do you actually go on and make the recipe?I tend to search for specific instructional videos on YouTube if I am wanting to learn something particular. TV presenters need to be...
    WeeTam, I think I agree. Gardening shows are a bit like cooking shows, entertaining to watch but how often do you actually go on and make the recipe?I tend to search for specific instructional videos on YouTube if I am wanting to learn...
    WeeTam, I think I agree. Gardening shows are a bit like cooking shows, entertaining to watch but how often do you actually go on and make the recipe?I tend to search for specific instructional...
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  13. Verdun
    Friendly x 3

    Oh bother!!!!

    You need the bad things to happern to apperiate the good things,I always learn by my mistakes :mute:;):doh:
    You need the bad things to happern to apperiate the good things,I always learn by my mistakes :mute:;):doh:
    You need the bad things to happern to apperiate the good things,I always learn by my mistakes :mute:;):doh:
    You need the bad things to happern to apperiate the good things,I always learn by my mistakes :mute:;):doh:
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  14. Verdun

    Dont forget nematodes for leatherjackets

    We are at leatherjacket nematode time now folks. I have applied mine already....down here mid August is the right time Order your nematodes asap :)
    We are at leatherjacket nematode time now folks. I have applied mine already....down here mid August is the right time Order your nematodes asap :)
    We are at leatherjacket nematode time now folks. I have applied mine already....down here mid August is the right time Order your nematodes asap :)
    We are at leatherjacket nematode time now folks. I have applied mine already....down here mid August is the right time Order your nematodes asap :)
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  15. Stve1973

    Planter beds

    Can you post a picture Stve1973? Concerning the hydrangea cutting, dont put that in the raised beds. Instead put it in small pot to grow on :) Welcome to the forum :)
    Can you post a picture Stve1973? Concerning the hydrangea cutting, dont put that in the raised beds. Instead put it in small pot to grow on :) Welcome to the forum :)
    Can you post a picture Stve1973? Concerning the hydrangea cutting, dont put that in the raised beds. Instead put it in small pot to grow on :) Welcome to the forum :)
    Can you post a picture Stve1973? Concerning the hydrangea cutting, dont put that in the raised beds. Instead put it in small pot to grow on :) Welcome to the forum :)
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  16. Mervyn Wilmington

    Everflow hosepipe?

    I gave the Everflow the first proper test this morning. Dragging 40 metres of heavier than usual hose takes a bit more effort. However, it had three very sharp kinks and a couple of fairly...
    I gave the Everflow the first proper test this morning. Dragging 40 metres of heavier than usual hose takes a bit more effort. However, it had three very sharp kinks and a couple of fairly tight bends. The flow was slightly down but still more than good enough. It was wonderful not to...
    I gave the Everflow the first proper test this morning. Dragging 40 metres of heavier than usual hose takes a bit more effort. However, it had three very sharp kinks and a couple of fairly tight bends. The flow was slightly down but...
    I gave the Everflow the first proper test this morning. Dragging 40 metres of heavier than usual hose takes a bit more effort. However, it had three very sharp kinks and a couple of fairly...
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  17. Darrin

    Plant id

    Hi Darrin...this pic looks like yours and the pic's a common Ragweed :)
    Hi Darrin...this pic looks like yours and the pic's a common Ragweed :)
    Hi Darrin...this pic looks like yours and the pic's a common Ragweed :)
    Hi Darrin...this pic looks like yours and the pic's a common Ragweed :)
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  18. eddybaby

    Clematis & Epsom Salts

    Clematis often do look brown and tatty on their older foliage at this time of year esp after flowering eddybaby :)
    Clematis often do look brown and tatty on their older foliage at this time of year esp after flowering eddybaby :)
    Clematis often do look brown and tatty on their older foliage at this time of year esp after flowering eddybaby :)
    Clematis often do look brown and tatty on their older foliage at this time of year esp after flowering eddybaby :)
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  19. GardeningNewbie

    Please help identify fruit tree(s)

    Welcome. Probably a plum tree but could be a greengage.
    Welcome. Probably a plum tree but could be a greengage.
    Welcome. Probably a plum tree but could be a greengage.
    Welcome. Probably a plum tree but could be a greengage.
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  20. Mervyn Wilmington

    Cleaning/painting plastic garden furniture

    just so happen to have them in my download file. the only way to upload a pic on this forum.
    just so happen to have them in my download file. the only way to upload a pic on this forum.
    just so happen to have them in my download file. the only way to upload a pic on this forum.
    just so happen to have them in my download file. the only way to upload a pic on this forum.
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