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  1. Compost, Fertilisers & Recycling

    All Discussions Regarding Compost (ing), Fertilisers, soil conditioning, Recycling & Rain Water Harvesting can be found here.
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    Latest: R.H.S. .. Know your Compost... Marley Farley, May 22, 2018 at 10:10 AM
  2. 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: Garden Lighting Gail_68, May 23, 2018 at 10:51 PM
  3. Tools And Equipment

    Any Tools Or Equipment That Can Be Used, Can Be Discussed/Rated Here
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    Latest: New handles for old tools Gail_68, May 24, 2018 at 3:33 PM
  4. Propagation This Month

    What Should You Be Starting To Sow/Grow/Graft This Month
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  5. What To Do This Month

    Wondering What You Can Do This Month ? Have a Look In & Add What You're Doing
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    Latest: Chelsea Flower Show 2018 martin-f, May 23, 2018 at 12:20 PM
  6. Livestock

    Discussions Relating To Any Livestock You May (or May Want To) Keep
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    Latest: Four new hens PetalsonthePavingSlabs, May 21, 2018 at 1:47 PM
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  1. kriss

    Establishing a box hedge

    One more tip, I added bark around the base of my plants to keep the moisture in the soil. Will send you a pic tomorrow. It has really helped this year.
    One more tip, I added bark around the base of my plants to keep the moisture in the soil. Will send you a pic tomorrow. It has really helped this year.
    One more tip, I added bark around the base of my plants to keep the moisture in the soil. Will send you a pic tomorrow. It has really helped this year.
    One more tip, I added bark around the base of my plants to keep the moisture in the soil. Will send you a pic tomorrow. It has really helped this year.
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  2. Natalie32

    Grass advice

    Yes your right their Verdun... as I can actually admit I was in a right worried state
    Yes your right their Verdun... as I can actually admit I was in a right worried state
    Yes your right their Verdun... as I can actually admit I was in a right worried state
    Yes your right their Verdun... as I can actually admit I was in a right worried state
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  3. lowrider69

    chinese cabbage flowering is this normal?

    My chinese cabbage has developed a high yellow flower on top is this normal? or should I cut them off so the energy goes into more leaf?
    My chinese cabbage has developed a high yellow flower on top is this normal? or should I cut them off so the energy goes into more leaf?
    My chinese cabbage has developed a high yellow flower on top is this normal? or should I cut them off so the energy goes into more leaf?
    My chinese cabbage has developed a high yellow flower on top is this normal? or should I cut them off so the energy goes into more leaf?
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  4. Carllennon

    Any good UK based gardening youtube channels?

    You could always try Petals on the Paving Slabs @Carllennon - I am working away at the moment though with not enough internet access to upload, but I've got 300 videos uploaded to Youtube mainly...
    You could always try Petals on the Paving Slabs @Carllennon - I am working away at the moment though with not enough internet access to upload, but I've got 300 videos uploaded to Youtube mainly about growing fruit and veg both in my back yard and the allotment (with a few ornamentals thrown in)...
    You could always try Petals on the Paving Slabs @Carllennon - I am working away at the moment though with not enough internet access to upload, but I've got 300 videos uploaded to Youtube mainly about growing fruit and veg both in my back yard...
    You could always try Petals on the Paving Slabs @Carllennon - I am working away at the moment though with not enough internet access to upload, but I've got 300 videos uploaded to Youtube mainly...
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  5. SteveF

    Front garden raised beds inc trellis and privacy

    Hi Steve presumable near Swallownest then i am near to crystal peaks.
    Hi Steve presumable near Swallownest then i am near to crystal peaks.
    Hi Steve presumable near Swallownest then i am near to crystal peaks.
    Hi Steve presumable near Swallownest then i am near to crystal peaks.
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  6. kriss

    Cosmos seeds and planting!

    Best to let cosmos form individual plants. They are potentially vigorous plants. So, yes, separate the 10 plants and pot up into individual pots Kriss:)
    Best to let cosmos form individual plants. They are potentially vigorous plants. So, yes, separate the 10 plants and pot up into individual pots Kriss:)
    Best to let cosmos form individual plants. They are potentially vigorous plants. So, yes, separate the 10 plants and pot up into individual pots Kriss:)
    Best to let cosmos form individual plants. They are potentially vigorous plants. So, yes, separate the 10 plants and pot up into individual pots Kriss:)
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  7. Verdun

    Rosemary...Mrs Reeds Dark

    sorry, I cannot remember who asked me about Mrs. Reed's Dark Rosemary and where it might be obtained. Anyway, The Rosemary Specialist, online, has them in stock and available to supply mail order :)
    sorry, I cannot remember who asked me about Mrs. Reed's Dark Rosemary and where it might be obtained. Anyway, The Rosemary Specialist, online, has them in stock and available to supply mail order :)
    sorry, I cannot remember who asked me about Mrs. Reed's Dark Rosemary and where it might be obtained. Anyway, The Rosemary Specialist, online, has them in stock and available to supply mail order :)
    sorry, I cannot remember who asked me about Mrs. Reed's Dark Rosemary and where it might be obtained. Anyway, The Rosemary Specialist, online, has them in stock and available to supply mail order :)
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  8. Loki

    Cobaea scandens, what am I doing wrong?

    Plant them all out when these cold nights have gone. :blue thumb:
    Plant them all out when these cold nights have gone. :blue thumb:
    Plant them all out when these cold nights have gone. :blue thumb:
    Plant them all out when these cold nights have gone. :blue thumb:
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  9. Kevin Cowans

    New front garden fence, which way round?

    If it’s actually on the boundary then I would hope you’re neighbors would contribute to the cost then the good size would be upto you but if the fence will be on your side of the boundary or the...
    If it’s actually on the boundary then I would hope you’re neighbors would contribute to the cost then the good size would be upto you but if the fence will be on your side of the boundary or the neighbor is not contributing to the cost I would have the face side into your garden just my opinion...
    If it’s actually on the boundary then I would hope you’re neighbors would contribute to the cost then the good size would be upto you but if the fence will be on your side of the boundary or the neighbor is not contributing to the cost I would...
    If it’s actually on the boundary then I would hope you’re neighbors would contribute to the cost then the good size would be upto you but if the fence will be on your side of the boundary or the...
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  10. Pushkin

    Why you shouldn't leave a plastic net pot on a plant.

    I always take those sort off, I didn’t think you were supposed to leave them on.I class those like a normal plant pot when potting up and remove.
    I always take those sort off, I didn’t think you were supposed to leave them on.I class those like a normal plant pot when potting up and remove.
    I always take those sort off, I didn’t think you were supposed to leave them on.I class those like a normal plant pot when potting up and remove.
    I always take those sort off, I didn’t think you were supposed to leave them on.I class those like a normal plant pot when potting up and remove.
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  11. tdubya

    Evergreen moss kill again or move on?

    You really don’t need to apply every few weeks, have you checked your soil Ph levels? If you are finding the effect on the plant is short you will find you have a high Ph level as above 7 Fe is...
    You really don’t need to apply every few weeks, have you checked your soil Ph levels? If you are finding the effect on the plant is short you will find you have a high Ph level as above 7 Fe is short lived in the plant. Moss normally likes low Ph levels but will also grow in high levels but to...
    You really don’t need to apply every few weeks, have you checked your soil Ph levels? If you are finding the effect on the plant is short you will find you have a high Ph level as above 7 Fe is short lived in the plant. Moss normally likes low Ph...
    You really don’t need to apply every few weeks, have you checked your soil Ph levels? If you are finding the effect on the plant is short you will find you have a high Ph level as above 7 Fe is...
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  12. Gail_68
    Like x 3

    Trimming back lavenders plants

    Just like that.:snorky:G.
    Just like that.:snorky:G.
    Just like that.:snorky:G.
    Just like that.:snorky:G.
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  13. Kf1313

    Potato chitting help

    Your welcome and there's many growers on here who will soon latch on to your discussion in that area :dbgrtmb:
    Your welcome and there's many growers on here who will soon latch on to your discussion in that area :dbgrtmb:
    Your welcome and there's many growers on here who will soon latch on to your discussion in that area :dbgrtmb:
    Your welcome and there's many growers on here who will soon latch on to your discussion in that area :dbgrtmb:
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  14. Dats

    Pruning Advice for a beginner

    I thought so Dats with yours being young also
    I thought so Dats with yours being young also
    I thought so Dats with yours being young also
    I thought so Dats with yours being young also
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  15. Verdun

    Who else?

    Need evidence
    Need evidence
    Need evidence
    Need evidence
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  16. Zola

    Need to make my garden interesting

    These are just some ideas I like. Transforming a garden needs to be planned and is down to personal choice.I would start with a picture board or use Pinterest for ideas that you like.
    These are just some ideas I like. Transforming a garden needs to be planned and is down to personal choice.I would start with a picture board or use Pinterest for ideas that you like.
    These are just some ideas I like. Transforming a garden needs to be planned and is down to personal choice.I would start with a picture board or use Pinterest for ideas that you like.
    These are just some ideas I like. Transforming a garden needs to be planned and is down to personal choice.I would start with a picture board or use Pinterest for ideas that you like.
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  17. Notty1975

    Recommendation for drip emmiters

    Hi all just finished setting up my GRAVITY fed drip irrigation in the greenhouse I’ve got the above emitters but find them a potch to set up so looking fixed flow ones (2L,4L,8L etc) that can be...
    Hi all just finished setting up my GRAVITY fed drip irrigation in the greenhouse I’ve got the above emitters but find them a potch to set up so looking fixed flow ones (2L,4L,8L etc) that can be used on a gravity system I’ve found plenty of pressure regulated ones but apparently they won’t work...
    Hi all just finished setting up my GRAVITY fed drip irrigation in the greenhouse I’ve got the above emitters but find them a potch to set up so looking fixed flow ones (2L,4L,8L etc) that can be used on a gravity system I’ve found plenty of...
    Hi all just finished setting up my GRAVITY fed drip irrigation in the greenhouse I’ve got the above emitters but find them a potch to set up so looking fixed flow ones (2L,4L,8L etc) that can be...
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  18. Linz

    Allotment shop relic?

    Only copper and lime, nothing to go off really :)
    Only copper and lime, nothing to go off really :)
    Only copper and lime, nothing to go off really :)
    Only copper and lime, nothing to go off really :)
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  19. Verdun
    Like x 4

    Phew!

    Wrong place to be talking about this @kazzawazza :) But no, you dont take the leaves off when you root the cuttings. If you are taking cuttings at the end of the season you need to keep your eyes...
    Wrong place to be talking about this @kazzawazza :) But no, you dont take the leaves off when you root the cuttings. If you are taking cuttings at the end of the season you need to keep your eyes open all winter foir greenfly, and spray at first sign, much easier to dry the old plant off, it...
    Wrong place to be talking about this @kazzawazza :) But no, you dont take the leaves off when you root the cuttings. If you are taking cuttings at the end of the season you need to keep your eyes open all winter foir greenfly, and spray at first...
    Wrong place to be talking about this @kazzawazza :) But no, you dont take the leaves off when you root the cuttings. If you are taking cuttings at the end of the season you need to keep your eyes...
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  20. fumanchu

    Help!

    @fumanchu nepeta is very tough stuff I am sure it will take ok and such pretty blue flowers and of course if you have a cat it will love.. I love a good rose too and those two are beauts.. Looking...
    @fumanchu nepeta is very tough stuff I am sure it will take ok and such pretty blue flowers and of course if you have a cat it will love.. I love a good rose too and those two are beauts.. Looking forward to those photos! :thumbsup:
    @fumanchu nepeta is very tough stuff I am sure it will take ok and such pretty blue flowers and of course if you have a cat it will love.. I love a good rose too and those two are beauts.. Looking forward to those photos! :thumbsup:
    @fumanchu nepeta is very tough stuff I am sure it will take ok and such pretty blue flowers and of course if you have a cat it will love.. I love a good rose too and those two are beauts.. Looking...
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