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  2. Zigs
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    WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN DECEMBER 2018

    I`m only a little bit envious :cool: ... what a super shot @Verdun
    I`m only a little bit envious :cool: ... what a super shot @Verdun
    I`m only a little bit envious :cool: ... what a super shot @Verdun
    I`m only a little bit envious :cool: ... what a super shot @Verdun
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  3. ARMANDII
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    WHAT JOBS ARE WE DOING IN THE GARDEN TODAY 2018

    Because the weather remained dry all day I managed to cut some tarpaulin to size and place under the 3 compost bins which I've placed on concrete slabs. I put the plastic base soil grids onto the...
    Because the weather remained dry all day I managed to cut some tarpaulin to size and place under the 3 compost bins which I've placed on concrete slabs. I put the plastic base soil grids onto the tarpaulin covering the slabs and then placed the compost bins onto to the bases, so I can now start...
    Because the weather remained dry all day I managed to cut some tarpaulin to size and place under the 3 compost bins which I've placed on concrete slabs. I put the plastic base soil grids onto the tarpaulin covering the slabs and then placed the...
    Because the weather remained dry all day I managed to cut some tarpaulin to size and place under the 3 compost bins which I've placed on concrete slabs. I put the plastic base soil grids onto the...
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  4. ARMANDII
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    THE IRIDACEAE [LILY] FAMILY 2018

    @longk At the moment the new ones are in pots in the greenhouse; when they have bulked up I shall try some of them in a raised bed. I already have G tristis, a form of G huttonii and G carneus...
    @longk At the moment the new ones are in pots in the greenhouse; when they have bulked up I shall try some of them in a raised bed. I already have G tristis, a form of G huttonii and G carneus growing outside. G tristis and G huttonii are doing well G carneus less so it didn't like the cold spring.
    @longk At the moment the new ones are in pots in the greenhouse; when they have bulked up I shall try some of them in a raised bed. I already have G tristis, a form of G huttonii and G carneus growing outside. G tristis and G huttonii are doing...
    @longk At the moment the new ones are in pots in the greenhouse; when they have bulked up I shall try some of them in a raised bed. I already have G tristis, a form of G huttonii and G carneus...
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  5. ARMANDII
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    FUCHSIAS 2018

    Greetings from a dreich day in the Calder Valley. Have just noticed that my neighbours are growing a lovely fuchsia on their border. I will ask them about it and see if I can help care for it,...
    Greetings from a dreich day in the Calder Valley. Have just noticed that my neighbours are growing a lovely fuchsia on their border. I will ask them about it and see if I can help care for it, though due to current demands on my time I may wait until the spring before taking any cuttings.
    Greetings from a dreich day in the Calder Valley. Have just noticed that my neighbours are growing a lovely fuchsia on their border. I will ask them about it and see if I can help care for it, though due to current demands on my time I may wait...
    Greetings from a dreich day in the Calder Valley. Have just noticed that my neighbours are growing a lovely fuchsia on their border. I will ask them about it and see if I can help care for it,...
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  6. ARMANDII
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    SUPER SALVIAS 2018

    Although Amistad survived the cold spells in a bed outside it took a long time to produce any shoots and none of these developed during the hot dry summer. It didn't get going until I dug it up...
    Although Amistad survived the cold spells in a bed outside it took a long time to produce any shoots and none of these developed during the hot dry summer. It didn't get going until I dug it up at the end of August and stuck it in a pot in the greenhouse, by the end of September it had a...
    Although Amistad survived the cold spells in a bed outside it took a long time to produce any shoots and none of these developed during the hot dry summer. It didn't get going until I dug it up at the end of August and stuck it in a pot in the...
    Although Amistad survived the cold spells in a bed outside it took a long time to produce any shoots and none of these developed during the hot dry summer. It didn't get going until I dug it up...
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  7. ARMANDII
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    SHOW US YOUR RECENT PURCHASES 2018

    I wanted to keep the polytunnel above freezing so had a look around for greenhouse heaters. Picked up a hotbox regal gold 4.2kW propane heater for £55. Used for a year and cost £250 when new. ...
    I wanted to keep the polytunnel above freezing so had a look around for greenhouse heaters. Picked up a hotbox regal gold 4.2kW propane heater for £55. Used for a year and cost £250 when new. It had been on gumtree for three weeks. Not sure if it was the heat output or needed a mains supply...
    I wanted to keep the polytunnel above freezing so had a look around for greenhouse heaters. Picked up a hotbox regal gold 4.2kW propane heater for £55. Used for a year and cost £250 when new. It had been on gumtree for three weeks. Not sure...
    I wanted to keep the polytunnel above freezing so had a look around for greenhouse heaters. Picked up a hotbox regal gold 4.2kW propane heater for £55. Used for a year and cost £250 when new. ...
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  8. HarryS
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    Know Your Weeds

    This is great thanks very much. Often wondered what the weeds in my garden were
    This is great thanks very much. Often wondered what the weeds in my garden were
    This is great thanks very much. Often wondered what the weeds in my garden were
    This is great thanks very much. Often wondered what the weeds in my garden were
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  9. Kevin Cowans
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    My Garden Progress

    Thanks for the tip about the programme just watching an episode on “All 4” it is interesting how he sees things like shapes and patterns in the landscape. He is also very open about Autism and it...
    Thanks for the tip about the programme just watching an episode on “All 4” it is interesting how he sees things like shapes and patterns in the landscape. He is also very open about Autism and it is refreshing to see how he interprets the world
    Thanks for the tip about the programme just watching an episode on “All 4” it is interesting how he sees things like shapes and patterns in the landscape. He is also very open about Autism and it is refreshing to see how he interprets the world
    Thanks for the tip about the programme just watching an episode on “All 4” it is interesting how he sees things like shapes and patterns in the landscape. He is also very open about Autism and it...
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  10. JackJJW
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    Dahlias

    Perhaps more folk should try leaving their dahlias in the ground! Prob more damage ....rotting, etc....caused by digging up tubers and exposing them to the elements! :noidea:
    Perhaps more folk should try leaving their dahlias in the ground! Prob more damage ....rotting, etc....caused by digging up tubers and exposing them to the elements! :noidea:
    Perhaps more folk should try leaving their dahlias in the ground! Prob more damage ....rotting, etc....caused by digging up tubers and exposing them to the elements! :noidea:
    Perhaps more folk should try leaving their dahlias in the ground! Prob more damage ....rotting, etc....caused by digging up tubers and exposing them to the elements! :noidea:
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  11. JWK
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    Do you know your soil type?

    Good deep sandy loam around 7 on the PH scale here. Front garden is very draining; back garden has better soil and holds moisture pretty well because of the huge amounts of compost and manure...
    Good deep sandy loam around 7 on the PH scale here. Front garden is very draining; back garden has better soil and holds moisture pretty well because of the huge amounts of compost and manure added over the years. Warm, sunny walled garden not far from the coast. Can grow wide range of...
    Good deep sandy loam around 7 on the PH scale here. Front garden is very draining; back garden has better soil and holds moisture pretty well because of the huge amounts of compost and manure added over the years. Warm, sunny walled garden...
    Good deep sandy loam around 7 on the PH scale here. Front garden is very draining; back garden has better soil and holds moisture pretty well because of the huge amounts of compost and manure...
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  12. "M"
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    Gardening Aspirations For 2018

    Did they have enough room for the common names? Some of them have a dozen or more! :doh:
    Did they have enough room for the common names? Some of them have a dozen or more! :doh:
    Did they have enough room for the common names? Some of them have a dozen or more! :doh:
    Did they have enough room for the common names? Some of them have a dozen or more! :doh:
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  13. ARMANDII
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    HANGING BASKETS, WINDOW BOXES AND BITS AND BOBS 2018

    @Linz we have a Morrisons not far from we and only last week they was selling fuschias in white or red at a £1...my hubby wanted to get some, as they've always got good offers on...shame really...
    @Linz we have a Morrisons not far from we and only last week they was selling fuschias in white or red at a £1...my hubby wanted to get some, as they've always got good offers on...shame really for such as yourself :)
    @Linz we have a Morrisons not far from we and only last week they was selling fuschias in white or red at a £1...my hubby wanted to get some, as they've always got good offers on...shame really for such as yourself :)
    @Linz we have a Morrisons not far from we and only last week they was selling fuschias in white or red at a £1...my hubby wanted to get some, as they've always got good offers on...shame really...
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  15. wiseowl
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    Sweet Peas

    I couldn't help posting these photos I took last week! :heehee:
    I couldn't help posting these photos I took last week! :heehee:
    I couldn't help posting these photos I took last week! :heehee:
    I couldn't help posting these photos I took last week! :heehee:
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  16. Tetters
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    Short or Tall grasses? For what situations? Foliage ? Flowers?

    Hi @Verdun I know it will be a touch taller but they look lovely and since getting back and looking them up on the net i'm glad we had them...the testacea my hubby clocked :dbgrtmb: so they should look...
    Hi @Verdun I know it will be a touch taller but they look lovely and since getting back and looking them up on the net i'm glad we had them...the testacea my hubby clocked :dbgrtmb: so they should look nice...thanks also for mentioning them :) The carex Comans they had them there but Verdun no more, as my...
    Hi @Verdun I know it will be a touch taller but they look lovely and since getting back and looking them up on the net i'm glad we had them...the testacea my hubby clocked :dbgrtmb: so they should look nice...thanks also for mentioning them :) The carex...
    Hi @Verdun I know it will be a touch taller but they look lovely and since getting back and looking them up on the net i'm glad we had them...the testacea my hubby clocked :dbgrtmb: so they should look...
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  18. BeeHappy
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    GC MEMBERS -SEED COLLECTED SAVED IN 2017 FOR 2018 SOWING

    You've grown me into seeds :yikes: :heehee:Too much to list really, Highlights include;about 20 different species of Salvia 2 Lilium species Cleome Vestia foetida several Iris species Bulbine...
    You've grown me into seeds :yikes: :heehee:Too much to list really, Highlights include;about 20 different species of Salvia 2 Lilium species Cleome Vestia foetida several Iris species Bulbine frutescens Canna species several Eucomis species (I'm intrigued by the idea of cross pollination on...
    You've grown me into seeds :yikes: :heehee:Too much to list really, Highlights include;about 20 different species of Salvia 2 Lilium species Cleome Vestia foetida several Iris species Bulbine frutescens Canna species several Eucomis species (I'm intrigued...
    You've grown me into seeds :yikes: :heehee:Too much to list really, Highlights include;about 20 different species of Salvia 2 Lilium species Cleome Vestia foetida several Iris species Bulbine...
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  19. Fat Controller
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    Gardening diaries - friendly discussions (part 2)

    :goodpost:Agree - ive only just read thru this thread all 29 pages :rolleyespink: so apologies to any of the GC members ...many of whom i had no idea of, BTW it's been nice meeting up with you :snorky:....who are getting lots...
    :goodpost:Agree - ive only just read thru this thread all 29 pages :rolleyespink: so apologies to any of the GC members ...many of whom i had no idea of, BTW it's been nice meeting up with you :snorky:....who are getting lots of late thread "LERT'S" from me :heehee: ...Its been lovely reading thru lots of fun and banter and of course...
    :goodpost:Agree - ive only just read thru this thread all 29 pages :rolleyespink: so apologies to any of the GC members ...many of whom i had no idea of, BTW it's been nice meeting up with you :snorky:....who are getting lots of late thread "LERT'S" from me :heehee: ...Its been lovely...
    :goodpost:Agree - ive only just read thru this thread all 29 pages :rolleyespink: so apologies to any of the GC members ...many of whom i had no idea of, BTW it's been nice meeting up with you :snorky:....who are getting lots...
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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. 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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  23. PeterS
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    Improving clay

    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
    Cool
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  24. 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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  26. longk
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    Which plants were truly outstanding in your garden in 2018?

    My annuals took best ' doers ' prize this year. Statice, cosmos, cleome, stocks, zinnia, antirrhinum and ( still flowering ) night scented phlox :) I'm sure there where others but they are the ones...
    My annuals took best ' doers ' prize this year. Statice, cosmos, cleome, stocks, zinnia, antirrhinum and ( still flowering ) night scented phlox :) I'm sure there where others but they are the ones that stand out. My rhododendron flowered for the first time in years this spring and my azalea was...
    My annuals took best ' doers ' prize this year. Statice, cosmos, cleome, stocks, zinnia, antirrhinum and ( still flowering ) night scented phlox :) I'm sure there where others but they are the ones that stand out. My rhododendron flowered for the...
    My annuals took best ' doers ' prize this year. Statice, cosmos, cleome, stocks, zinnia, antirrhinum and ( still flowering ) night scented phlox :) I'm sure there where others but they are the ones...
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  27. SimonZ

    "Pruning" grass

    I sowed in spring under cover (coldframes), mainly to stop birds disturbing them, heavy rain washing them out, then planted out in the Autumn.
    I sowed in spring under cover (coldframes), mainly to stop birds disturbing them, heavy rain washing them out, then planted out in the Autumn.
    I sowed in spring under cover (coldframes), mainly to stop birds disturbing them, heavy rain washing them out, then planted out in the Autumn.
    I sowed in spring under cover (coldframes), mainly to stop birds disturbing them, heavy rain washing them out, then planted out in the Autumn.
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    Thank You for your Donations ....

    Just don’t drink it all at once, ok? :heehee:
    Just don’t drink it all at once, ok? :heehee:
    Just don’t drink it all at once, ok? :heehee:
    Just don’t drink it all at once, ok? :heehee:
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  30. longk

    What were your best new plants of 2018?

    It's an Epiphyllum hybrid.
    It's an Epiphyllum hybrid.
    It's an Epiphyllum hybrid.
    It's an Epiphyllum hybrid.
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  31. Stigofthe

    Suprise to see in December

    We have that one, I think, flowering as well.
    We have that one, I think, flowering as well.
    We have that one, I think, flowering as well.
    We have that one, I think, flowering as well.
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  32. PaulB3

    Am I morally wrong ?

    You saved their lives and are a hero. :love30:
    You saved their lives and are a hero. :love30:
    You saved their lives and are a hero. :love30:
    You saved their lives and are a hero. :love30:
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  33. Sienna's Blossom

    North facing window box ideas

    They're so pretty, would never have thought of that!
    They're so pretty, would never have thought of that!
    They're so pretty, would never have thought of that!
    They're so pretty, would never have thought of that!
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  34. ARMANDII

    WHAT DO YOU THINK, THIS ONE OR THAT ONE.

    That explanes it then and the wet sand :dbgrtmb:As i've hauled compost and peat and other things i got to know how much things weighted to volume and when you said 70 tons of compost i thought " that...
    That explanes it then and the wet sand :dbgrtmb:As i've hauled compost and peat and other things i got to know how much things weighted to volume and when you said 70 tons of compost i thought " that is alot" and would have been one big heap!!! :snorky:
    That explanes it then and the wet sand :dbgrtmb:As i've hauled compost and peat and other things i got to know how much things weighted to volume and when you said 70 tons of compost i thought " that is alot" and would have been one big heap!!! :snorky:
    That explanes it then and the wet sand :dbgrtmb:As i've hauled compost and peat and other things i got to know how much things weighted to volume and when you said 70 tons of compost i thought " that...
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  35. Petemz

    Spring in the garden. 2019 ?

    @Clare G My new additions last year also included kniphofia popsicle, lamium and crab apple. All are doing really well. By next spring the lamium should be big enough to split and spread. In a few...
    @Clare G My new additions last year also included kniphofia popsicle, lamium and crab apple. All are doing really well. By next spring the lamium should be big enough to split and spread. In a few years I should have enough to cover the whole border, and all from one sorry looking plant picked...
    @Clare G My new additions last year also included kniphofia popsicle, lamium and crab apple. All are doing really well. By next spring the lamium should be big enough to split and spread. In a few years I should have enough to cover the whole...
    @Clare G My new additions last year also included kniphofia popsicle, lamium and crab apple. All are doing really well. By next spring the lamium should be big enough to split and spread. In a few...
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  36. Sheal

    Weigela

    I have two purple ones also, love the dark leaf color against the green around them, it looks nice with a large blue hosta near them.
    I have two purple ones also, love the dark leaf color against the green around them, it looks nice with a large blue hosta near them.
    I have two purple ones also, love the dark leaf color against the green around them, it looks nice with a large blue hosta near them.
    I have two purple ones also, love the dark leaf color against the green around them, it looks nice with a large blue hosta near them.
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  37. SimonZ

    Geum quellyon

    Most geums are similar to one another in soils and looking after but there are some website's dealing with different sorts of different geums so it would be good to look them up for...
    Most geums are similar to one another in soils and looking after but there are some website's dealing with different sorts of different geums so it would be good to look them up for more info, Geums are proving to be popular as some are said to be slug free plant as well as...
    Most geums are similar to one another in soils and looking after but there are some website's dealing with different sorts of different geums so it would be good to look them up for more info, Geums are proving to be popular as...
    Most geums are similar to one another in soils and looking after but there are some website's dealing with different sorts of different geums so it would be good to look them up for...
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  38. Zigs
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    WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN NOVEMBER 2018

    Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldi' looking good in the sunshine after last week's rain ...
    Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldi' looking good in the sunshine after last week's rain ...
    Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldi' looking good in the sunshine after last week's rain ...
    Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldi' looking good in the sunshine after last week's rain ...
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  39. Mike Allen

    Planning for 2019

    I'll be ordering my plug plants for 2019 this week , to get the discount and free postage offer. They are delivered third week in March for potting on . Seeds are ordered in January , mainly from...
    I'll be ordering my plug plants for 2019 this week , to get the discount and free postage offer. They are delivered third week in March for potting on . Seeds are ordered in January , mainly from Ebay and a few from T and M . I need a few ideas for new seeds,plants , so will be avidly reading GC...
    I'll be ordering my plug plants for 2019 this week , to get the discount and free postage offer. They are delivered third week in March for potting on . Seeds are ordered in January , mainly from Ebay and a few from T and M . I need a few ideas...
    I'll be ordering my plug plants for 2019 this week , to get the discount and free postage offer. They are delivered third week in March for potting on . Seeds are ordered in January , mainly from...
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  40. Zigs
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    Look what I nicked off Tetters

    What the heck?........Oh nooo ......:doh::itchy:
    What the heck?........Oh nooo ......:doh::itchy:
    What the heck?........Oh nooo ......:doh::itchy:
    What the heck?........Oh nooo ......:doh::itchy:
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  41. clanless

    Skipping along today

    I think skips have been designed with a built in safety factor, it would be nigh on impossible to fill a 2 tonne skip with 5 tonne of rubble for instance, I've always filled my skips to the "fill...
    I think skips have been designed with a built in safety factor, it would be nigh on impossible to fill a 2 tonne skip with 5 tonne of rubble for instance, I've always filled my skips to the "fill level" or not much more, but i have seen skips made 2ft higher by doors around the edge and still be...
    I think skips have been designed with a built in safety factor, it would be nigh on impossible to fill a 2 tonne skip with 5 tonne of rubble for instance, I've always filled my skips to the "fill level" or not much more, but i have seen skips...
    I think skips have been designed with a built in safety factor, it would be nigh on impossible to fill a 2 tonne skip with 5 tonne of rubble for instance, I've always filled my skips to the "fill...
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  42. trogre

    Weather Station

    Thanks to all for your help, plenty for me to look into with hardware & very local forecasts. It seems only like last year but since time flys by it is probaly nearer several years but I remember...
    Thanks to all for your help, plenty for me to look into with hardware & very local forecasts. It seems only like last year but since time flys by it is probaly nearer several years but I remember the met office were spending about £60 million on a new computer which would make weather forecasts...
    Thanks to all for your help, plenty for me to look into with hardware & very local forecasts. It seems only like last year but since time flys by it is probaly nearer several years but I remember the met office were spending about £60 million on...
    Thanks to all for your help, plenty for me to look into with hardware & very local forecasts. It seems only like last year but since time flys by it is probaly nearer several years but I remember...
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  43. NigelJ

    Amaryllis belladonna not flowering

    Mine bloom every year in a shaded (by Jacaranda and Melaleuca) dry rockery in clay earth. Have had them for 14 or more years.
    Mine bloom every year in a shaded (by Jacaranda and Melaleuca) dry rockery in clay earth. Have had them for 14 or more years.
    Mine bloom every year in a shaded (by Jacaranda and Melaleuca) dry rockery in clay earth. Have had them for 14 or more years.
    Mine bloom every year in a shaded (by Jacaranda and Melaleuca) dry rockery in clay earth. Have had them for 14 or more years.
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  44. Bobster64
    Friendly x 5

    Planting for a north facing cremation plot

    @Tetters I have Rebecca and Limpsfield but would like a Jaqueline Postel too. Love the scents.
    @Tetters I have Rebecca and Limpsfield but would like a Jaqueline Postel too. Love the scents.
    @Tetters I have Rebecca and Limpsfield but would like a Jaqueline Postel too. Love the scents.
    @Tetters I have Rebecca and Limpsfield but would like a Jaqueline Postel too. Love the scents.
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  45. SimonZ

    What to do for this sedum? (yellowing leaves)

    I have the same Sedum Simon and leave mine to die back fully. In early Spring you should be able to pull the old stems away gently and will see the new ones already budding underneath.
    I have the same Sedum Simon and leave mine to die back fully. In early Spring you should be able to pull the old stems away gently and will see the new ones already budding underneath.
    I have the same Sedum Simon and leave mine to die back fully. In early Spring you should be able to pull the old stems away gently and will see the new ones already budding underneath.
    I have the same Sedum Simon and leave mine to die back fully. In early Spring you should be able to pull the old stems away gently and will see the new ones already budding underneath.
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