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mikesnr1
I planted the sapling over 4 years ago. No fruit for first 3 years, but last summer fruit began to develop from some blossoms. About the same time, some of the leaf product - a minority - started... ...
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paross
What is going on with my forsythia?  U have 3 flowers on it already!
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Chipchopper
I've seen some nice labels/markers for the garden, but unsure of how durable they might be, when in contact with the soil, Anyone tried them, they are made out of bamboo.
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megfitz
My Clematis Armandii  leaves are brown and hanging down on part of the stem, the leaves at the top of the plant are more green than brown but I'm worried that it doesn't  look very happy or likely... ...
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megfitz
My greenhouse cucumbers ( variety Louisa)have a grey mould on the leaves, then they curl up and  go Crozzley. What causes this and how can I treat / prevent it,  they're fed with seaweed  as I'm... ...
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ladywoman
Hi, we have a small wall all around our lawn made up of sleepers laid 3 deep on top of each other. However we have seen wasps entering the gap between the sleepers and there are piles of sawdust on...
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Ric.ror
Would coffee grinds applied to the surface of my indoor plants stop the dreaded house flies from laying their eggs?
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Ric.ror
I have recently bought two lime mint plants. I have repotted them with a base of small stones then compost and I finally added a layer of kitchen paper to the top to prevent flies laying eggs - I...
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megfitz
Is there a free plat identification app that I can put on my phone? Thanks
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Chipchopper
All seems very quiet so far. When the suns fully up I'll be spending some more time in the garden, Just can't wait. Hope you're in fine fettle. Take care folks...
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Chipchopper
After 3 or 4 attempts, I finally got some good plants fruiting well, now I'm looking at ways of cooking them. TIA....
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Backdrifter
Blimey, first gardening question here! I'd never imagine I, one of the least green-fingered people who ever lived, would be asking it. The house we recently bought has a large back garden, mostly...
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haras2
There is a Holly tree in my garden that has been there at least since 1987 but has never produced a single berry. It needs a male tree for pollination but I don't know of one nearby... Why has it...
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zabado
I've grown normal cucumbers before, but this time I'm having a go at Italian "mini" cucumbers and they're doing really well. In fact I've got several flowers (2,3 or even 4) growing out of each joint....
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Hopkirk
My daughter's friend brought her a bag of tulip bulbs from her trip to Amsterdam. They look as though some are trying to sprout. Should we keep them in the bag in a dark cool place, plant them now or...
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Ellipsis
As in the title, look after your tender plants, especially those coming into bud at present ...
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Chipchopper
Which is the best material for aquariums, glass or acrylic ?
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Redhelen72
Have struggled to get patio fruit trees here and when I have seen them they are like £40 each. Popped into The Range and came out with 4 for 39.96. Bargain! Will get them potted up this week as I...
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Old_Geezer
Just curious. Bought four packets of seeds from Lidl recently. Top right of each there's a code. On three it is 4PC, and on the forth it is 1PG. I feel fairly sure they aren't politically correct, nor...
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haras2
Here in Pembs, expect people further south and west have had them for ages but it is a cheering sight in the garden and a guarantee that there will be plenty for St. David's Day :-))

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