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  2. ARMANDII
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    WHAT JOBS ARE WE DOING IN THE GARDEN TODAY - 2017

    Hi All,I've been away in the Lake District (had a good time :blue thumb:) and now need to try and catch up on the garden :phew:. The first job is to clear away all the debris of fallen branches from the storm...
    Hi All,I've been away in the Lake District (had a good time :blue thumb:) and now need to try and catch up on the garden :phew:. The first job is to clear away all the debris of fallen branches from the storm that obviously occurred. :sad:Doing that plus removing and storing the rabbit defences from one of my...
    Hi All,I've been away in the Lake District (had a good time :blue thumb:) and now need to try and catch up on the garden :phew:. The first job is to clear away all the debris of fallen branches from the storm that obviously occurred. :sad:Doing that plus removing...
    Hi All,I've been away in the Lake District (had a good time :blue thumb:) and now need to try and catch up on the garden :phew:. The first job is to clear away all the debris of fallen branches from the storm...
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  3. Zigs
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    What's looking good in September 2017

    I won't be planting there anytime soon.G.
    I won't be planting there anytime soon.G.
    I won't be planting there anytime soon.G.
    I won't be planting there anytime soon.G.
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  4. Zigs
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    Show us your recent purchases 2017

    Well done, Jack, it's a good start to improving the soil............another 3000 bags and you'll be halfway there.:thumbsup::heehee:
    Well done, Jack, it's a good start to improving the soil............another 3000 bags and you'll be halfway there.:thumbsup::heehee:
    Well done, Jack, it's a good start to improving the soil............another 3000 bags and you'll be halfway there.:thumbsup::heehee:
    Well done, Jack, it's a good start to improving the soil............another 3000 bags and you'll be halfway there.:thumbsup::heehee:
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  5. ARMANDII
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    FUCHSIAS - 2017

    I hadn't noticed that :doh:Ok. I'll stick with Display which is actually one of the better doers that I have.
    I hadn't noticed that :doh:Ok. I'll stick with Display which is actually one of the better doers that I have.
    I hadn't noticed that :doh:Ok. I'll stick with Display which is actually one of the better doers that I have.
    I hadn't noticed that :doh:Ok. I'll stick with Display which is actually one of the better doers that I have.
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  6. Zigs
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    Show us your Shineyland plants 2017

    Lookin good Pete :)I keep a temporary brick in my passenger footwell :thumbsup: Never know when you'll need one these days
    Lookin good Pete :)I keep a temporary brick in my passenger footwell :thumbsup: Never know when you'll need one these days
    Lookin good Pete :)I keep a temporary brick in my passenger footwell :thumbsup: Never know when you'll need one these days
    Lookin good Pete :)I keep a temporary brick in my passenger footwell :thumbsup: Never know when you'll need one these days
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  7. ARMANDII
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    SUPER SALVIAS -2017

    Salvia atrocyanea.............. Salvia atrocyanea by longk48, on FlickrA bit late but the seed was only sown in April.
    Salvia atrocyanea.............. Salvia atrocyanea by longk48, on FlickrA bit late but the seed was only sown in April.
    Salvia atrocyanea.............. Salvia atrocyanea by longk48, on FlickrA bit late but the seed was only sown in April.
    Salvia atrocyanea.............. Salvia atrocyanea by longk48, on FlickrA bit late but the seed was only sown in April.
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  8. alana
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    Flower Arranging

    Beautiful arrangements Mrs Shiney and congratulations on getting two firsts.I love what you've done with the flowers, seed heads and foliage from your garden. I buy plants for my garden with...
    Beautiful arrangements Mrs Shiney and congratulations on getting two firsts.I love what you've done with the flowers, seed heads and foliage from your garden. I buy plants for my garden with an eye to how they harmonise with their neighbours and I grow flowers in a cutting patch so I always...
    Beautiful arrangements Mrs Shiney and congratulations on getting two firsts.I love what you've done with the flowers, seed heads and foliage from your garden. I buy plants for my garden with an eye to how they harmonise with their neighbours...
    Beautiful arrangements Mrs Shiney and congratulations on getting two firsts.I love what you've done with the flowers, seed heads and foliage from your garden. I buy plants for my garden with...
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  9. ARMANDII
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    IT'S DAY LILY TIME AGAIN - 2017

    Thank you :) It has a companion in front of it: Hemerocallis Stella d'Oro which, I think, compliments the colour.
    Thank you :) It has a companion in front of it: Hemerocallis Stella d'Oro which, I think, compliments the colour.
    Thank you :) It has a companion in front of it: Hemerocallis Stella d'Oro which, I think, compliments the colour.
    Thank you :) It has a companion in front of it: Hemerocallis Stella d'Oro which, I think, compliments the colour.
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  10. Fat Controller
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    Gardening diaries - friendly discussions (part 2)

    Hi folks,Not sure what the weather will bring today, but we'll cope with it. :thumbsup:
    Hi folks,Not sure what the weather will bring today, but we'll cope with it. :thumbsup:
    Hi folks,Not sure what the weather will bring today, but we'll cope with it. :thumbsup:
    Hi folks,Not sure what the weather will bring today, but we'll cope with it. :thumbsup:
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  11. JackJJW
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    Dahlias

    Thank you, @zenj I will have a look and see if I can get myself on the addicts'/suckers' list!
    Thank you, @zenj I will have a look and see if I can get myself on the addicts'/suckers' list!
    Thank you, @zenj I will have a look and see if I can get myself on the addicts'/suckers' list!
    Thank you, @zenj I will have a look and see if I can get myself on the addicts'/suckers' list!
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  12. ARMANDII
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    THE IRIDACEAE [IRIS] FAMILY - 2017

    Sorry for the late reply :doh: Not having grown them I suspect that it very much depends on the species. Here's the page for Ixia on the Pacific Bulb Society website. There are four pages for you to go...
    Sorry for the late reply :doh: Not having grown them I suspect that it very much depends on the species. Here's the page for Ixia on the Pacific Bulb Society website. There are four pages for you to go through.
    Sorry for the late reply :doh: Not having grown them I suspect that it very much depends on the species. Here's the page for Ixia on the Pacific Bulb Society website. There are four pages for you to go through.
    Sorry for the late reply :doh: Not having grown them I suspect that it very much depends on the species. Here's the page for Ixia on the Pacific Bulb Society website. There are four pages for you to go...
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  13. ARMANDII
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    HANGING BASKETS, WINDOW BOXES AND BITS AND BOBS -2017

    Absolutely fantastic Sweet-pea!!
    Absolutely fantastic Sweet-pea!!
    Absolutely fantastic Sweet-pea!!
    Absolutely fantastic Sweet-pea!!
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  14. wiseowl
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    Sweet Peas

    Just a minor slip I suppose, but (to be strictly correct) the name of the aforementioned orange SP is in fact 'Geoff Hughes'....rather than 'Geoffrey Hughes'.I'll get me coat! :mad:
    Just a minor slip I suppose, but (to be strictly correct) the name of the aforementioned orange SP is in fact 'Geoff Hughes'....rather than 'Geoffrey Hughes'.I'll get me coat! :mad:
    Just a minor slip I suppose, but (to be strictly correct) the name of the aforementioned orange SP is in fact 'Geoff Hughes'....rather than 'Geoffrey Hughes'.I'll get me coat! :mad:
    Just a minor slip I suppose, but (to be strictly correct) the name of the aforementioned orange SP is in fact 'Geoff Hughes'....rather than 'Geoffrey Hughes'.I'll get me coat! :mad:
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  15. bigbore
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    cannas

    If the rhizomes are big get yourself some buckets from wickes or B&Q and pot them up in multi purpose compost and put them in the GH. If the rhizomes are smaller pot up into small pots with multi...
    If the rhizomes are big get yourself some buckets from wickes or B&Q and pot them up in multi purpose compost and put them in the GH. If the rhizomes are smaller pot up into small pots with multi purpose compost and place in a windowsill. There is a fantastic thread on here Canna 2016
    If the rhizomes are big get yourself some buckets from wickes or B&Q and pot them up in multi purpose compost and put them in the GH. If the rhizomes are smaller pot up into small pots with multi purpose compost and place in a windowsill. There...
    If the rhizomes are big get yourself some buckets from wickes or B&Q and pot them up in multi purpose compost and put them in the GH. If the rhizomes are smaller pot up into small pots with multi...
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  16. pamsdish
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    Seed Swap

    Thought I would give this a bump
    Thought I would give this a bump
    Thought I would give this a bump
    Thought I would give this a bump
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  17. pamsdish
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    SEED SWAP 2016

    The list is now open here is a link,
    The list is now open here is a link,
    The list is now open here is a link,
    The list is now open here is a link,
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  18. HarryS
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    Know Your Weeds

    I sow wild flower seeds, so I don't have any weeds, just some grow in the wrong places, so they get pulled up. I never spray as this could harm the good stuff, though I've never tried using...
    I sow wild flower seeds, so I don't have any weeds, just some grow in the wrong places, so they get pulled up. I never spray as this could harm the good stuff, though I've never tried using vinegar as a weed killer.
    I sow wild flower seeds, so I don't have any weeds, just some grow in the wrong places, so they get pulled up. I never spray as this could harm the good stuff, though I've never tried using vinegar as a weed killer.
    I sow wild flower seeds, so I don't have any weeds, just some grow in the wrong places, so they get pulled up. I never spray as this could harm the good stuff, though I've never tried using...
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  19. JWK
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    Do you know your soil type?

    The house I'm in was built in the 1930s. I've never came across any builder's rubble while digging in the back garden so either it's buried very deeply or my grandparents did a lot to improve the...
    The house I'm in was built in the 1930s. I've never came across any builder's rubble while digging in the back garden so either it's buried very deeply or my grandparents did a lot to improve the ground. There's at least 2 feet in depth of good topsoil, because the guys who put my fence up...
    The house I'm in was built in the 1930s. I've never came across any builder's rubble while digging in the back garden so either it's buried very deeply or my grandparents did a lot to improve the ground. There's at least 2 feet in depth of good...
    The house I'm in was built in the 1930s. I've never came across any builder's rubble while digging in the back garden so either it's buried very deeply or my grandparents did a lot to improve the...
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  20. PeterS
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    Improving clay

    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
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  21. PeterS
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    Principles of seed sowing

    Don't you have toilets where you live? Weirdo's :heehee:
    Don't you have toilets where you live? Weirdo's :heehee:
    Don't you have toilets where you live? Weirdo's :heehee:
    Don't you have toilets where you live? Weirdo's :heehee:
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  23. NigelJ
    Friendly x 7

    Freak Garden Accident

    For people living in the countryside and when there is a farm hedgetrimer about, becarefull if you are out and about in the garden or any where else,I read about a woman in her own garden when...
    For people living in the countryside and when there is a farm hedgetrimer about, becarefull if you are out and about in the garden or any where else,I read about a woman in her own garden when she was hit by something, which turned out to be some bard wire which was picked up by a farm...
    For people living in the countryside and when there is a farm hedgetrimer about, becarefull if you are out and about in the garden or any where else,I read about a woman in her own garden when she was hit by something, which turned out to be...
    For people living in the countryside and when there is a farm hedgetrimer about, becarefull if you are out and about in the garden or any where else,I read about a woman in her own garden when...
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  24. HarryS

    Verbena bonariensis , what is it ?

    Excellent Harry. Yes pot them on now, pinch back and over winter outside....fleece to hand during cold spells or in the gh. Dont plant out though. Pot up any seedlings you find :)
    Excellent Harry. Yes pot them on now, pinch back and over winter outside....fleece to hand during cold spells or in the gh. Dont plant out though. Pot up any seedlings you find :)
    Excellent Harry. Yes pot them on now, pinch back and over winter outside....fleece to hand during cold spells or in the gh. Dont plant out though. Pot up any seedlings you find :)
    Excellent Harry. Yes pot them on now, pinch back and over winter outside....fleece to hand during cold spells or in the gh. Dont plant out though. Pot up any seedlings you find :)
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  25. Irmemac

    Suffering Grass

    Sandy, hadn't ever considered that, but you are right. Will investigate, as the tree is worth a lot to me. Thank you :thumbsup:
    Sandy, hadn't ever considered that, but you are right. Will investigate, as the tree is worth a lot to me. Thank you :thumbsup:
    Sandy, hadn't ever considered that, but you are right. Will investigate, as the tree is worth a lot to me. Thank you :thumbsup:
    Sandy, hadn't ever considered that, but you are right. Will investigate, as the tree is worth a lot to me. Thank you :thumbsup:
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  26. Loofah

    Wisley Flower Show

    OK @Redwing, I think it's fixed. I hadn't realised that the images were hosted on THIS site and linked through. Although they still exist it wasn't working for some reason so I've uploaded them to...
    OK @Redwing, I think it's fixed. I hadn't realised that the images were hosted on THIS site and linked through. Although they still exist it wasn't working for some reason so I've uploaded them to wordpress and all looks ok now
    OK @Redwing, I think it's fixed. I hadn't realised that the images were hosted on THIS site and linked through. Although they still exist it wasn't working for some reason so I've uploaded them to wordpress and all looks ok now
    OK @Redwing, I think it's fixed. I hadn't realised that the images were hosted on THIS site and linked through. Although they still exist it wasn't working for some reason so I've uploaded them to...
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  27. Jack Sparrow
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    Creating winter interest.

    Always wise to grow things that suit your conditions right from the start. Always options.....trachelospermum or summer jasmine will fare better than a honeysuckle in slightly dryer spots. ...
    Always wise to grow things that suit your conditions right from the start. Always options.....trachelospermum or summer jasmine will fare better than a honeysuckle in slightly dryer spots. Classier too :) Just back from a walk to the beach.....light, bright, sunny and feeling warm:yes:. Hmmm! The...
    Always wise to grow things that suit your conditions right from the start. Always options.....trachelospermum or summer jasmine will fare better than a honeysuckle in slightly dryer spots. Classier too :) Just back from a walk to the...
    Always wise to grow things that suit your conditions right from the start. Always options.....trachelospermum or summer jasmine will fare better than a honeysuckle in slightly dryer spots. ...
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  28. Kimpop

    Privacy/noise blockers?

    @Kimpop hope these links help and great news :planting: on your new garden exciting times ahead :)Sound deadening hedgeNoise Blocking Plants – Tips For Using Shrubs And Trees As A Noise Barrier
    @Kimpop hope these links help and great news :planting: on your new garden exciting times ahead :)Sound deadening hedgeNoise Blocking Plants – Tips For Using Shrubs And Trees As A Noise Barrier
    @Kimpop hope these links help and great news :planting: on your new garden exciting times ahead :)Sound deadening hedgeNoise Blocking Plants – Tips For Using Shrubs And Trees As A Noise Barrier
    @Kimpop hope these links help and great news :planting: on your new garden exciting times ahead :)Sound deadening hedgeNoise Blocking Plants – Tips For Using Shrubs And Trees As A Noise Barrier
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  29. BeeHappy

    Glorious Gardens from above

    I've been watching this BH, my wife has set the series to record, this is also worth a watch. Mountain: Life at the Extreme review – a documentary on survival, death and human peregrines in the...
    I've been watching this BH, my wife has set the series to record, this is also worth a watch. Mountain: Life at the Extreme review – a documentary on survival, death and human peregrines in the RockiesMountain: Life at the Extreme - BBC Two
    I've been watching this BH, my wife has set the series to record, this is also worth a watch. Mountain: Life at the Extreme review – a documentary on survival, death and human peregrines in the RockiesMountain: Life at the Extreme - BBC Two
    I've been watching this BH, my wife has set the series to record, this is also worth a watch. Mountain: Life at the Extreme review – a documentary on survival, death and human peregrines in the...
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  30. silu

    What best to do with limited amount of topsoil.

    I'm sure you'll get there in the end with it but it sounds like you are doing the right things.
    I'm sure you'll get there in the end with it but it sounds like you are doing the right things.
    I'm sure you'll get there in the end with it but it sounds like you are doing the right things.
    I'm sure you'll get there in the end with it but it sounds like you are doing the right things.
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  31. Howard Stone

    When to hard prune evergreen hedges -- holly and box?

    The "secret" with pruning hollies is to do it regularly. Then bare wood is never a problem. I will be pruning ......trimming....a very large Golden King soon and the effect will simply be to...
    The "secret" with pruning hollies is to do it regularly. Then bare wood is never a problem. I will be pruning ......trimming....a very large Golden King soon and the effect will simply be to help it look neat. Often people suggest pruning in spring to avoid the "bare" look however hollies...
    The "secret" with pruning hollies is to do it regularly. Then bare wood is never a problem. I will be pruning ......trimming....a very large Golden King soon and the effect will simply be to help it look neat. Often people suggest pruning in...
    The "secret" with pruning hollies is to do it regularly. Then bare wood is never a problem. I will be pruning ......trimming....a very large Golden King soon and the effect will simply be to...
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  32. Newbienoidea

    Gardening business...start up advice.

    Thanks. Yes at the moment I'm trying not to get too bogged down in running costs or expenses etc. I'm trying to work out a price so that I'm making a profit but not looking into it to deeply. I...
    Thanks. Yes at the moment I'm trying not to get too bogged down in running costs or expenses etc. I'm trying to work out a price so that I'm making a profit but not looking into it to deeply. I just want to get some experience first. It's been a lot of time and definitely a lot of thinking to...
    Thanks. Yes at the moment I'm trying not to get too bogged down in running costs or expenses etc. I'm trying to work out a price so that I'm making a profit but not looking into it to deeply. I just want to get some experience first. It's been a...
    Thanks. Yes at the moment I'm trying not to get too bogged down in running costs or expenses etc. I'm trying to work out a price so that I'm making a profit but not looking into it to deeply. I...
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  33. Irmemac

    Sad Little Corner

    Thank you green-fingered blogger, that is good advice. I would really like scented plants around the patio so your advice will be useful. Interestingly I took a photo of some pelargoniums at a...
    Thank you green-fingered blogger, that is good advice. I would really like scented plants around the patio so your advice will be useful. Interestingly I took a photo of some pelargoniums at a garden centre recently to go on my hit list! Great point about the cover..... don't want my patio to...
    Thank you green-fingered blogger, that is good advice. I would really like scented plants around the patio so your advice will be useful. Interestingly I took a photo of some pelargoniums at a garden centre recently to go on my hit list! Great...
    Thank you green-fingered blogger, that is good advice. I would really like scented plants around the patio so your advice will be useful. Interestingly I took a photo of some pelargoniums at a...
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  34. alana

    Bay Tree Blues

    Perfect alana .......great pot too. :)
    Perfect alana .......great pot too. :)
    Perfect alana .......great pot too. :)
    Perfect alana .......great pot too. :)
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  35. Pete8

    Butternut Squash ready?

    Maybe I'll have to have some more windowsill's put in :) The humidity did cross my mind and the weather looks set to be quite miserable for a while, so I'll decorate my windowsills with squash. I...
    Maybe I'll have to have some more windowsill's put in :) The humidity did cross my mind and the weather looks set to be quite miserable for a while, so I'll decorate my windowsills with squash. I can probably get all of them on my bedroom windowsill which faces south and will have to move them if...
    Maybe I'll have to have some more windowsill's put in :) The humidity did cross my mind and the weather looks set to be quite miserable for a while, so I'll decorate my windowsills with squash. I can probably get all of them on my bedroom...
    Maybe I'll have to have some more windowsill's put in :) The humidity did cross my mind and the weather looks set to be quite miserable for a while, so I'll decorate my windowsills with squash. I...
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  36. Zigs
    Locked
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    What's looking good in August 2017

    September thread here What's looking good in September 2017
    September thread here What's looking good in September 2017
    September thread here What's looking good in September 2017
    September thread here What's looking good in September 2017
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  37. Perki

    Which Yellow rose

    Good evening @Perki Charles Darwin is a very good choice ,disease resistant,strong scent,everything going for it in my opinnion
    Good evening @Perki Charles Darwin is a very good choice ,disease resistant,strong scent,everything going for it in my opinnion
    Good evening @Perki Charles Darwin is a very good choice ,disease resistant,strong scent,everything going for it in my opinnion
    Good evening @Perki Charles Darwin is a very good choice ,disease resistant,strong scent,everything going for it in my opinnion
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  38. silu

    Reducing height of Cupressus Leylandii Hedge

    Thank you, Verdun. Just going to have a look at the weather forecast, with a view to digging out the hedge cutters at the weekend.Silu, love your 'lollipops'! A great way of keeping people off...
    Thank you, Verdun. Just going to have a look at the weather forecast, with a view to digging out the hedge cutters at the weekend.Silu, love your 'lollipops'! A great way of keeping people off the verges. I don't like leylandii either, but those were the best, quick, option a few years ago. ...
    Thank you, Verdun. Just going to have a look at the weather forecast, with a view to digging out the hedge cutters at the weekend.Silu, love your 'lollipops'! A great way of keeping people off the verges. I don't like leylandii either, but...
    Thank you, Verdun. Just going to have a look at the weather forecast, with a view to digging out the hedge cutters at the weekend.Silu, love your 'lollipops'! A great way of keeping people off...
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  39. fuchsialady

    Weed ID please

    Thank you all. I have dug one up, compared it on Google (the app I mentioned still thinks its bindweed!) - the curl where it joins the stem is a bit of a giveaway. Maybe I won't be so brutal with...
    Thank you all. I have dug one up, compared it on Google (the app I mentioned still thinks its bindweed!) - the curl where it joins the stem is a bit of a giveaway. Maybe I won't be so brutal with it if it's not in the way. I certainly have never seen a flower. It's nice to have a name for when I...
    Thank you all. I have dug one up, compared it on Google (the app I mentioned still thinks its bindweed!) - the curl where it joins the stem is a bit of a giveaway. Maybe I won't be so brutal with it if it's not in the way. I certainly have never...
    Thank you all. I have dug one up, compared it on Google (the app I mentioned still thinks its bindweed!) - the curl where it joins the stem is a bit of a giveaway. Maybe I won't be so brutal with...
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  40. GardenGaz

    Any idea what's causing this?

    Yes I would GardenGaz....prob wait until mid September now but soak rootballs, tease out roots if they look congested or tight, use john innes compost and water well. Your plants will thank you...
    Yes I would GardenGaz....prob wait until mid September now but soak rootballs, tease out roots if they look congested or tight, use john innes compost and water well. Your plants will thank you for it
    Yes I would GardenGaz....prob wait until mid September now but soak rootballs, tease out roots if they look congested or tight, use john innes compost and water well. Your plants will thank you for it
    Yes I would GardenGaz....prob wait until mid September now but soak rootballs, tease out roots if they look congested or tight, use john innes compost and water well. Your plants will thank you...
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  41. zilly
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    I'm so HAPPY

    Lovely sandy loam here. I guess I wouldn't swap either :)
    Lovely sandy loam here. I guess I wouldn't swap either :)
    Lovely sandy loam here. I guess I wouldn't swap either :)
    Lovely sandy loam here. I guess I wouldn't swap either :)
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  42. ricky101

    Polyanthus / Primrose

    Getting the autumn catalogues though the door and am interested in some of the above for a bit of winter colour.There are several varieties of garden ready plants listed , like Crescendo,...
    Getting the autumn catalogues though the door and am interested in some of the above for a bit of winter colour.There are several varieties of garden ready plants listed , like Crescendo, Firecracker, Most Sented, Autumn Colours and Husky.Any suggestion /experience if any one variety gives...
    Getting the autumn catalogues though the door and am interested in some of the above for a bit of winter colour.There are several varieties of garden ready plants listed , like Crescendo, Firecracker, Most Sented, Autumn Colours and...
    Getting the autumn catalogues though the door and am interested in some of the above for a bit of winter colour.There are several varieties of garden ready plants listed , like Crescendo,...
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