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zabado
I've bought two seedling heating mats but I'm not sure how to use them. I've planted the seeds, put the seedling trays on the mats and plugged them in. Do I now leave them switched on 24/7 or do I...
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barmy
Hi there, I have an azalea bush which has started to bud. What should I do with the old brown bud cases, should I remove them ? These old brown cases seem to be old flower stamen. Ta...
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Etch
I've only ever sown broad beans in spring before but, having noticed varieties that can be sown in Oct/Nov/Dec, I thought I'd give them a go. Question is - will the plants appear before winter sets...
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chokkie
Hi Greenfingered ABers out there - just getting round to thinking about tidying up our back and front gardens in a few weeks' time. Would be grateful for some advice about pruning the following...
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haras2
What is the best way to overwinter geraniums? My neighbour says "Throw them out and start again next year" I have an (unheated) greenhouse....
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zabado
Some of my leeks are producing a flower from the centre of the plant. Should I snap them off so the energy goes into growing the leek and not the flower ?. Thanks.
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Chipchopper
Something/s been paying regular visits to my onion patch and nibbling the green tops. Anyone any idea what could be doing this ?...
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Chipchopper
I.'ve noticed some immature fruit drop on a couple of my squash plants. I'm looking to prevent any more from falling. Any advice appreciated TIA...
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Canary42
"Plant wild flowers and the colourful bees and butterflies will come", they said. So I did, and they did. But while the bees flock to the flowers the only butterflies I've seen are the plain white...
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theorganicgardener
Can anyone recommend, from experience, a pair of hard-wearing gardening gloves for digging and pruning. Also can anyone recommend a pair of gloves nimble enough for removing small weeds and...
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Chipchopper
I'm so glad that I grew some sunflowers on my veg plot, they are a Mecca for hover flies, which also feed on the aphids....
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chokkie
Hi green fingered ABers .... I have been recommended to use Maxi Crop to feed my rose trees and bushes. There seem to be quite a few available, and it's a bit confusing. Does anyone know which one I...
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haras2
What is the best, easiest, cheapest way to mend a hairline crack on a plastic water tub?
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megfitz
After THREE years my Lupins have flowered so what do I do now….allow to set seed and save it or deadhead in the hope the plants will come back next year? I think they are a common variety from a...
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Canary42
This year I've turned over part of my garden to wildflower cultivation for the sake of the bees and butterflies. This afternoon I saw my first bee to take advantage of this provision. Gratifying....
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megfitz
My Icelandic poppy is in full flower but what do I do with the seed heads, leave them…will the seed come true or deadhead. It’s Patti’s Plum really gorgeous....
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charliesteve
Hi. I have a plant growing in my garden that is identical shape to wheat but it is a different color and was wondering what it could be. There are two clumps under a tree but nowhere else in the...
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Chipchopper
Harvesting the crop, I noticed a few of the globe radishes, had this deformity. The crop had grown very fast and the split occurred at the base of the veg, next to the taproot. TIA....
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zabado
Can I use grass cuttings on a vegetable plot (4m x 3m) as a type of mulch ?, thanks....
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tearinghair
We're having a small building job done, which will mean moving four well-established HT roses. I want to give them the best chance of surviving, though I realise that this probably isn't the best time...

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