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  2. longk
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    Gesneriaceae - share you photos, thoughts etc.

    This is more about previous season snow :) flowering in the middle of June. Still going down with quantity of varieties:
    This is more about previous season snow :) flowering in the middle of June. Still going down with quantity of varieties:
    This is more about previous season snow :) flowering in the middle of June. Still going down with quantity of varieties:
    This is more about previous season snow :) flowering in the middle of June. Still going down with quantity of varieties:
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  3. longk
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    Show us your houseplants in bloom now

    Adenium obesum.
    Adenium obesum.
    Adenium obesum.
    Adenium obesum.
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  5. Whippet

    Bamboo division.

    Thanks for the kind words. The tree next to the pagoda is a Sorbus, the little one is an acer I prune to a ball shape.We like lights in the garden, we've a dozen of them, controlled by four...
    Thanks for the kind words. The tree next to the pagoda is a Sorbus, the little one is an acer I prune to a ball shape.We like lights in the garden, we've a dozen of them, controlled by four switches behind the lounge curtains, plus a dozen solar lights.
    Thanks for the kind words. The tree next to the pagoda is a Sorbus, the little one is an acer I prune to a ball shape.We like lights in the garden, we've a dozen of them, controlled by four switches behind the lounge curtains, plus a dozen...
    Thanks for the kind words. The tree next to the pagoda is a Sorbus, the little one is an acer I prune to a ball shape.We like lights in the garden, we've a dozen of them, controlled by four...
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  6. longk
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    Show Us Your Houseplants In Bloom 2018

    Early Christmas cactus
    Early Christmas cactus
    Early Christmas cactus
    Early Christmas cactus
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  7. Delta

    Decidious azaleas?

    Azaleas can be deciduous or evergreen. I have both here. An important factor in growing azaleas in pots is not to mulch too heavily. A soil based ericaceous compost too is important. :)
    Azaleas can be deciduous or evergreen. I have both here. An important factor in growing azaleas in pots is not to mulch too heavily. A soil based ericaceous compost too is important. :)
    Azaleas can be deciduous or evergreen. I have both here. An important factor in growing azaleas in pots is not to mulch too heavily. A soil based ericaceous compost too is important. :)
    Azaleas can be deciduous or evergreen. I have both here. An important factor in growing azaleas in pots is not to mulch too heavily. A soil based ericaceous compost too is important. :)
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  8. Selleri

    Orchid question: my Phalenops is growing a lot of roots

    Hi,A general guide to watering is when the roots look white/creamish colour then they need watering with a weak fertilizer, just plain tepid water every 5th or 6th time to wash away old salts...
    Hi,A general guide to watering is when the roots look white/creamish colour then they need watering with a weak fertilizer, just plain tepid water every 5th or 6th time to wash away old salts etc.Normally you just pour the water on the top and let it drain straight though the pot for a few...
    Hi,A general guide to watering is when the roots look white/creamish colour then they need watering with a weak fertilizer, just plain tepid water every 5th or 6th time to wash away old salts etc.Normally you just pour the water on the top...
    Hi,A general guide to watering is when the roots look white/creamish colour then they need watering with a weak fertilizer, just plain tepid water every 5th or 6th time to wash away old salts...
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  9. Snorky85

    Weigela

    Snorky :) It will grow well enough either way but I would trim back the thin lanky stems...not for "shape" because weigelas are shapeless shrubs anyway but to produce thicker growth from which more...
    Snorky :) It will grow well enough either way but I would trim back the thin lanky stems...not for "shape" because weigelas are shapeless shrubs anyway but to produce thicker growth from which more shoots will be produced next year. You could plant it out but, again, I would prefer to keep it in...
    Snorky :) It will grow well enough either way but I would trim back the thin lanky stems...not for "shape" because weigelas are shapeless shrubs anyway but to produce thicker growth from which more shoots will be produced next year. You could plant...
    Snorky :) It will grow well enough either way but I would trim back the thin lanky stems...not for "shape" because weigelas are shapeless shrubs anyway but to produce thicker growth from which more...
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  10. JustJim

    Winter Plants?

    How about pernettya, gaultheria or ruscus to give low plants with different berry colours that last quite well over winter
    How about pernettya, gaultheria or ruscus to give low plants with different berry colours that last quite well over winter
    How about pernettya, gaultheria or ruscus to give low plants with different berry colours that last quite well over winter
    How about pernettya, gaultheria or ruscus to give low plants with different berry colours that last quite well over winter
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  11. Sienna's Blossom

    Peace Lily Care

    Hi @Tetters , many thanks for the reply. That's great news that they are easy to care for, I'll make sure to keep it well watered then, and I'm glad they don't need feeding too much.We do have...
    Hi @Tetters , many thanks for the reply. That's great news that they are easy to care for, I'll make sure to keep it well watered then, and I'm glad they don't need feeding too much.We do have a cat, and so I did a bit of research which said that whilst other types of lilies can be fatal to...
    Hi @Tetters , many thanks for the reply. That's great news that they are easy to care for, I'll make sure to keep it well watered then, and I'm glad they don't need feeding too much.We do have a cat, and so I did a bit of research which said...
    Hi @Tetters , many thanks for the reply. That's great news that they are easy to care for, I'll make sure to keep it well watered then, and I'm glad they don't need feeding too much.We do have...
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  12. kazzawazza

    Plant ID

    I was way out on scale then.:biggrin::biggrin:
    I was way out on scale then.:biggrin::biggrin:
    I was way out on scale then.:biggrin::biggrin:
    I was way out on scale then.:biggrin::biggrin:
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  13. Shaneoak

    Best time to plant Crocus in UK?

    Thanks Loofah:)
    Thanks Loofah:)
    Thanks Loofah:)
    Thanks Loofah:)
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  14. K78

    Fastest growing climbing plants.

    Sounds fab, I love it! But think about how you would mow it :rolleyespink: You could go for a wild flower look but you are right, now is the time to sow seed or lay turf.
    Sounds fab, I love it! But think about how you would mow it :rolleyespink: You could go for a wild flower look but you are right, now is the time to sow seed or lay turf.
    Sounds fab, I love it! But think about how you would mow it :rolleyespink: You could go for a wild flower look but you are right, now is the time to sow seed or lay turf.
    Sounds fab, I love it! But think about how you would mow it :rolleyespink: You could go for a wild flower look but you are right, now is the time to sow seed or lay turf.
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  15. PEANUTPARADISE

    Ruellia Makoyana Help

    I can only speak for Ruellia brittoniana, but that took two years to flower from seed, despite developing into a big, healthy plant in year one.
    I can only speak for Ruellia brittoniana, but that took two years to flower from seed, despite developing into a big, healthy plant in year one.
    I can only speak for Ruellia brittoniana, but that took two years to flower from seed, despite developing into a big, healthy plant in year one.
    I can only speak for Ruellia brittoniana, but that took two years to flower from seed, despite developing into a big, healthy plant in year one.
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  16. wiseowl
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    Lawns coming back again

    Amazing isn't it when the lawn returns. All mine needed was a couple of downpours and the green returned. Also the plants instantly seem to perk up after proper rain. I gave my lawn a couple of...
    Amazing isn't it when the lawn returns. All mine needed was a couple of downpours and the green returned. Also the plants instantly seem to perk up after proper rain. I gave my lawn a couple of liquid feeds before the hot weather started and it seemed to make a slight difference when compared to...
    Amazing isn't it when the lawn returns. All mine needed was a couple of downpours and the green returned. Also the plants instantly seem to perk up after proper rain. I gave my lawn a couple of liquid feeds before the hot weather started and it...
    Amazing isn't it when the lawn returns. All mine needed was a couple of downpours and the green returned. Also the plants instantly seem to perk up after proper rain. I gave my lawn a couple of...
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  17. Loubielouy

    Strange plant

    Hiya loublelouy. Nice to see you again :)
    Hiya loublelouy. Nice to see you again :)
    Hiya loublelouy. Nice to see you again :)
    Hiya loublelouy. Nice to see you again :)
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  18. Scudo

    Dahlia,fungus ?

    This dahlia was looking much like yours Scudo some 3 or 4 weeks ago. Now healthy and full of buds
    This dahlia was looking much like yours Scudo some 3 or 4 weeks ago. Now healthy and full of buds
    This dahlia was looking much like yours Scudo some 3 or 4 weeks ago. Now healthy and full of buds
    This dahlia was looking much like yours Scudo some 3 or 4 weeks ago. Now healthy and full of buds
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  19. Gail_68

    What's the best way of cutting these plants back?

    Well I have spare pots down the back garden and hubby wants to put plants in them...so they mays well be split :thumbsup:
    Well I have spare pots down the back garden and hubby wants to put plants in them...so they mays well be split :thumbsup:
    Well I have spare pots down the back garden and hubby wants to put plants in them...so they mays well be split :thumbsup:
    Well I have spare pots down the back garden and hubby wants to put plants in them...so they mays well be split :thumbsup:
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  20. Darren W

    Honeysuckle planting depth.

    2 years old stems might be too woody to readily sprout if buried, but probably some will. To make sure you don't lose the plant, Verdun's advise sounds perfect. :) In addition it might be worthwhile...
    2 years old stems might be too woody to readily sprout if buried, but probably some will. To make sure you don't lose the plant, Verdun's advise sounds perfect. :) In addition it might be worthwhile taking cuttings from the fresh top growth and once rooted in pots, plant them in.My Lonicera...
    2 years old stems might be too woody to readily sprout if buried, but probably some will. To make sure you don't lose the plant, Verdun's advise sounds perfect. :) In addition it might be worthwhile taking cuttings from the fresh top growth and...
    2 years old stems might be too woody to readily sprout if buried, but probably some will. To make sure you don't lose the plant, Verdun's advise sounds perfect. :) In addition it might be worthwhile...
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  21. Lee Savage

    Dead ornamental grasses

    Grass! Such a versatile plant. I agree with Verdun. Presumeably it's in a pot. The browned dead parts are just that. New growth only comes from the root ball. I suggest cutting down to just...
    Grass! Such a versatile plant. I agree with Verdun. Presumeably it's in a pot. The browned dead parts are just that. New growth only comes from the root ball. I suggest cutting down to just above the rim of the pot, keep it watered. Don't go feeding it, just water and leave and watch for...
    Grass! Such a versatile plant. I agree with Verdun. Presumeably it's in a pot. The browned dead parts are just that. New growth only comes from the root ball. I suggest cutting down to just above the rim of the pot, keep it watered. Don't...
    Grass! Such a versatile plant. I agree with Verdun. Presumeably it's in a pot. The browned dead parts are just that. New growth only comes from the root ball. I suggest cutting down to just...
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  22. eddybaby

    Pinks

    Thank you once again Verdun
    Thank you once again Verdun
    Thank you once again Verdun
    Thank you once again Verdun
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  23. Sarah Eley

    Help with our dogwood...

    Thanks Sarah :) Feedback is always important.
    Thanks Sarah :) Feedback is always important.
    Thanks Sarah :) Feedback is always important.
    Thanks Sarah :) Feedback is always important.
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  24. Tach

    Autumn planting

    Hello @Tach :sign0016: to GC and I have to agree with Verdun because autumn is when winter is up on we and if it's anything like this winter was :phew:...we just managed to save our plants besides losing some :)
    Hello @Tach :sign0016: to GC and I have to agree with Verdun because autumn is when winter is up on we and if it's anything like this winter was :phew:...we just managed to save our plants besides losing some :)
    Hello @Tach :sign0016: to GC and I have to agree with Verdun because autumn is when winter is up on we and if it's anything like this winter was :phew:...we just managed to save our plants besides losing some :)
    Hello @Tach :sign0016: to GC and I have to agree with Verdun because autumn is when winter is up on we and if it's anything like this winter was :phew:...we just managed to save our plants besides losing some :)
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