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

    Thank you Alisa :blue thumb:
    Thank you Alisa :blue thumb:
    Thank you Alisa :blue thumb:
    Thank you Alisa :blue thumb:
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  4. Markymark

    Cornus alba

    can't upload this neat picture of clear ice hanging from the red branches of this shrub. oh, well.
    can't upload this neat picture of clear ice hanging from the red branches of this shrub. oh, well.
    can't upload this neat picture of clear ice hanging from the red branches of this shrub. oh, well.
    can't upload this neat picture of clear ice hanging from the red branches of this shrub. oh, well.
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  5. Markymark

    What's this?

    So if I prune the photonics, can I take most of the growth off? I sort of like the face that it is turning into a small tree... (it's a shrub, right?) . In the summer, I have perennials that grow...
    So if I prune the photonics, can I take most of the growth off? I sort of like the face that it is turning into a small tree... (it's a shrub, right?) . In the summer, I have perennials that grow right up to where the foliage starts. Thanks for the advice. I'll cut it as we enter March. :-))
    So if I prune the photonics, can I take most of the growth off? I sort of like the face that it is turning into a small tree... (it's a shrub, right?) . In the summer, I have perennials that grow right up to where the foliage starts. Thanks for...
    So if I prune the photonics, can I take most of the growth off? I sort of like the face that it is turning into a small tree... (it's a shrub, right?) . In the summer, I have perennials that grow...
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  6. longk
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  7. Paul Blackburn

    When to move bulbs outside

    Keeping Squirrels from Digging in PlantsFound this on Google
    Keeping Squirrels from Digging in PlantsFound this on Google
    Keeping Squirrels from Digging in PlantsFound this on Google
    Keeping Squirrels from Digging in PlantsFound this on Google
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  8. Snorky85

    Allium bulbs....is it too late to put them in?

    Yes, @Snorky85 it's the 27th and 28th of May. :dbgrtmb:
    Yes, @Snorky85 it's the 27th and 28th of May. :dbgrtmb:
    Yes, @Snorky85 it's the 27th and 28th of May. :dbgrtmb:
    Yes, @Snorky85 it's the 27th and 28th of May. :dbgrtmb:
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  9. Snorky85

    Cimicifuga racemosa......in a pot

    Wow @silu that is fantastic!! Just the kind of advice I needed. Going to get my book out later and look up your suggestions. I'm happy to have several pots that I can change with the seasons for...
    Wow @silu that is fantastic!! Just the kind of advice I needed. Going to get my book out later and look up your suggestions. I'm happy to have several pots that I can change with the seasons for all year round interest.Excited about putting this all together. :snorky:
    Wow @silu that is fantastic!! Just the kind of advice I needed. Going to get my book out later and look up your suggestions. I'm happy to have several pots that I can change with the seasons for all year round interest.Excited about putting...
    Wow @silu that is fantastic!! Just the kind of advice I needed. Going to get my book out later and look up your suggestions. I'm happy to have several pots that I can change with the seasons for...
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  10. Artylarry

    Bonchi attempt

    Much of bonsai growing is mainly just basic horticulture in that you are trying to raise a strong and healthy plant. The artistic shaping accounts for only a small part of it.After hard pruning...
    Much of bonsai growing is mainly just basic horticulture in that you are trying to raise a strong and healthy plant. The artistic shaping accounts for only a small part of it.After hard pruning the chilli plant, I would let it grow wild in a cheap training container (can be any container with...
    Much of bonsai growing is mainly just basic horticulture in that you are trying to raise a strong and healthy plant. The artistic shaping accounts for only a small part of it.After hard pruning the chilli plant, I would let it grow wild in a...
    Much of bonsai growing is mainly just basic horticulture in that you are trying to raise a strong and healthy plant. The artistic shaping accounts for only a small part of it.After hard pruning...
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  11. Shaneoak

    Not sure if Colombine's will flower this year or next?

    Just to throw a little spanner in the works regarding aquilegias:I bought a very pretty aquilegia from Shineyland in 2014 (may have been 2013 though :scratch: ). I also moved house later that year. In...
    Just to throw a little spanner in the works regarding aquilegias:I bought a very pretty aquilegia from Shineyland in 2014 (may have been 2013 though :scratch: ). I also moved house later that year. In 2015, it flowered again beautifully and I collected some seeds (sent some to a fellow GC member if I...
    Just to throw a little spanner in the works regarding aquilegias:I bought a very pretty aquilegia from Shineyland in 2014 (may have been 2013 though :scratch: ). I also moved house later that year. In 2015, it flowered again beautifully and I...
    Just to throw a little spanner in the works regarding aquilegias:I bought a very pretty aquilegia from Shineyland in 2014 (may have been 2013 though :scratch: ). I also moved house later that year. In...
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  12. wiseowl
    Like x 6

    Woos Christmas Cactus

    Just found this pic from last year of my other one
    Just found this pic from last year of my other one
    Just found this pic from last year of my other one
    Just found this pic from last year of my other one
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  13. prettypolly

    Orchid Help Please

    Thankyou so much for your advice, I really didn't want to kill it off as I hadn't much knowledge of them, but I will do as you all have said above Thanks Kandy, if I get stuck I will ask again :blue thumb:
    Thankyou so much for your advice, I really didn't want to kill it off as I hadn't much knowledge of them, but I will do as you all have said above Thanks Kandy, if I get stuck I will ask again :blue thumb:
    Thankyou so much for your advice, I really didn't want to kill it off as I hadn't much knowledge of them, but I will do as you all have said above Thanks Kandy, if I get stuck I will ask again :blue thumb:
    Thankyou so much for your advice, I really didn't want to kill it off as I hadn't much knowledge of them, but I will do as you all have said above Thanks Kandy, if I get stuck I will ask again :blue thumb:
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  14. Paul Blackburn

    Question about fuchsia's

    I know two of the bulbs are narcissus and crocus but remember the third one will have to call into the garden center where I got them and find out.
    I know two of the bulbs are narcissus and crocus but remember the third one will have to call into the garden center where I got them and find out.
    I know two of the bulbs are narcissus and crocus but remember the third one will have to call into the garden center where I got them and find out.
    I know two of the bulbs are narcissus and crocus but remember the third one will have to call into the garden center where I got them and find out.
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  15. strongylodon
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    A perfect specimen!

    Coward :heehee:
    Coward :heehee:
    Coward :heehee:
    Coward :heehee:
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  16. Scudo
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  17. ricky101

    Lavender Munstead plug plants

    Hi,270 - wow , you must have a large garden and a large greenhouse to keep them in !If you had a batch that failed certainly worth a mail to T&M, though a photo of the poor ones does help...
    Hi,270 - wow , you must have a large garden and a large greenhouse to keep them in !If you had a batch that failed certainly worth a mail to T&M, though a photo of the poor ones does help your case. Seems the plug plants are mainly sold out , so perhaps they can only off a refund rather...
    Hi,270 - wow , you must have a large garden and a large greenhouse to keep them in !If you had a batch that failed certainly worth a mail to T&M, though a photo of the poor ones does help your case. Seems the plug plants are mainly sold out...
    Hi,270 - wow , you must have a large garden and a large greenhouse to keep them in !If you had a batch that failed certainly worth a mail to T&M, though a photo of the poor ones does help...
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  18. Snorky85

    Azalea....should I give up on this one?

    Ha ha, yes, I've ordered a kit online, but didnt want to have to drive all the way to the shops today-luckily had a red cabbage in the fridge :snorky:yes, whatever happens, i'll try potting them before...
    Ha ha, yes, I've ordered a kit online, but didnt want to have to drive all the way to the shops today-luckily had a red cabbage in the fridge :snorky:yes, whatever happens, i'll try potting them before getting rid...hate to chuck anything out!i think the name refers to knap hill or exbury...
    Ha ha, yes, I've ordered a kit online, but didnt want to have to drive all the way to the shops today-luckily had a red cabbage in the fridge :snorky:yes, whatever happens, i'll try potting them before getting rid...hate to chuck anything out!i...
    Ha ha, yes, I've ordered a kit online, but didnt want to have to drive all the way to the shops today-luckily had a red cabbage in the fridge :snorky:yes, whatever happens, i'll try potting them before...
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  19. Moss

    straggly penstemons?

    I would leave it until the spring now.
    I would leave it until the spring now.
    I would leave it until the spring now.
    I would leave it until the spring now.
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  20. prettypolly

    Orchid help please

    Hi, I was given an orchid and I am successfully on my second lot of flowers now, I was told to water with rain water once a fortnight, which I have been doing and I'm very pleased with myself....
    Hi, I was given an orchid and I am successfully on my second lot of flowers now, I was told to water with rain water once a fortnight, which I have been doing and I'm very pleased with myself. They are on the kitchen windowsill in the bright light with a lot of sun as well. I have 3 shoots...
    Hi, I was given an orchid and I am successfully on my second lot of flowers now, I was told to water with rain water once a fortnight, which I have been doing and I'm very pleased with myself. They are on the kitchen windowsill in the bright...
    Hi, I was given an orchid and I am successfully on my second lot of flowers now, I was told to water with rain water once a fortnight, which I have been doing and I'm very pleased with myself....
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  21. IceColdRum

    Fremontodendron advice?

    If the plant is spindly then taking cuttings is a good way of pruning it fairly hard back.
    If the plant is spindly then taking cuttings is a good way of pruning it fairly hard back.
    If the plant is spindly then taking cuttings is a good way of pruning it fairly hard back.
    If the plant is spindly then taking cuttings is a good way of pruning it fairly hard back.
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  22. Snowbaby

    Amaryllis question

    Oh dear, I guess I'll just have to see what happens
    Oh dear, I guess I'll just have to see what happens
    Oh dear, I guess I'll just have to see what happens
    Oh dear, I guess I'll just have to see what happens
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  23. Shaneoak

    Flowers best suited for Sep,Oct and mid nov in UK

    Thanks for this. I forgot to mention i'm on a budget, so can't plant rifts of say Sea Holly (i wish i could !). These are all great suggestions. I might have to stick with Viola's (not keen on...
    Thanks for this. I forgot to mention i'm on a budget, so can't plant rifts of say Sea Holly (i wish i could !). These are all great suggestions. I might have to stick with Viola's (not keen on Pansies as they always get bedraggled after a few weeks) Dahlia's and Chrysanthemums. I planted some...
    Thanks for this. I forgot to mention i'm on a budget, so can't plant rifts of say Sea Holly (i wish i could !). These are all great suggestions. I might have to stick with Viola's (not keen on Pansies as they always get bedraggled after a few...
    Thanks for this. I forgot to mention i'm on a budget, so can't plant rifts of say Sea Holly (i wish i could !). These are all great suggestions. I might have to stick with Viola's (not keen on...
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