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Simon Nottingham Jun 9
I’m no gardener, but does anyone know what this grass-type plant is? It’s growing in our small garden and taking over! Looks half-dead most the time. πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ
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Greenway Biotech Jun 9
A gardener's version of string lights.πŸ˜†πŸ… The terms Determinate and Indeterminate describe the growth habits of a tomato variety. Simply put, Determinate grow in bushes while Indeterminate varieties grow on vines.
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ChiefOfChat Jun 9
Despondent. Have put so much effort into my this year and it looks rubbish. Anyone else experiencing a slow growing year? Everything looks weak and dusty - from herbaceous perennials to annuals I've raised from seed. Nothing will grow. Help! πŸ™
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Cairn Raider Jun 11
Still not managed to find out what this plant is called. I have managed to produce at least 20 plants from the original over the years. Can anyone help at all?!
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Ace of Spades Jun 14
Give your roses a boost... When planting pop a banana skin in the planting hole – as the skin decomposes it releases magnesium, potash and other nutrients which can boost the health and colour of the roses!
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Yamila Gallinal Jun 14
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Jason Smith Jun 14
Would it surprise you to know that it's nearly impossible to over-prune roses?
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My Garden Spade Jun 14
peas now in full flower togethr with my kitchen garden full of foxgloves
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Gary Wisenbaker Jun 14
Looking for you can grow from seeds? Try marigolds.
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Natalie Wachowicz Jun 13
Choose low maintenance, drought resistant for a balcony garden.
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Faya Jun 14
Learn about the hundreds of known geranium species for your .
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Bill Panos Jun 14
If you don't have a lot of room for , you could plant herbs in repurposed containers.
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Undercover Meerkat 2h
So, what's good for a large pot on a north-facing wall which never gets any sunlight & may also possibly be chronically under-watered πŸ€”
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The Doberman Gang of India 25m
Replying to @DobieIndica
That's how u train plants to build a strong massive root system(base). U've to withhold water (nutrients) & water once in a while only but deep, so dat d entire root zone gets soaked up (infrequent watering). This makes plants to send dr roots deep in search of H2O
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Sandrine Bertin 1h
Friend of the day having pea shoot for dessert after ravaging cabbages & turnips seedlings. I still think s/he's cute. Moved to a dedicated patch of "sacrificed" lettuces & nasturtiums. Might sow again.
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Tim Plumadore Jun 16
Bones made of wildflower seeds for dogs that like burying them
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SalveFit 18h
Xeriscape is great for home owners that want to save on water.
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Hunt Hot Deals 17h
Recycling Tip: Used coffee grounds are an excellent slug repellant
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Discutafel 4h
Does plant foliage tell you your plant is not well? Read this informative article on symptoms, causes and treatment.
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Hunt Hot Deals Jun 16
Recycling Tip: Crushed eggshells make an eggcellent fertiliser :)
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