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Jon Knight Sep 13
You can tell when sweet corn is ready because the f*&%ing badgers will have sat in the bed, scoffed all the cobs and then pooped by your leeks.
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Mumita Sep 13
I hope its ok to grow flowers and vegetables together. My tomatoes are beginning to ripen. Exciting times. 1st time grower. Growing next to roses here.
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John Holland Sep 13
Lots of activity after I put my bee hotel up, especially in the cane tubes. Nearly time to take down for cleaning - great advice on GW
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Ruth Hecht Sep 13
Wow, pretty cool a solitary bee can lay female eggs at the far end of her home, and male eggs closer to the exit. There’s a joke there which I can’t quite pin down
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lady from Bath Sep 13
I'm entering dahlias in a local show tomorrow
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Graeme Sep 13
Big fan of Japanese Anemones, especially the white ones. So far they haven't attempted to take over the garden... unless they're just biding their time
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Sara Venn Sep 13
I bloody love Honorine Jobert!! Probably my favourite anemone!!
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Steph Sep 13
One of my favourite, favourite things about gardening is the generosity of other gardeners, both online and off. Adam and Frances are showing how great it is to have gardening pals
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Jon Knight Sep 13
If Frances has just danced all over her veg bed, why is she now laying boards to kneel on to plant?
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Ruth Hecht Sep 13
I’ve had loads of wild rocket this year, but plants now very leggy and going to seed. What should I do with them?
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Nic Wilson Sep 13
Best section ever! More natural history and on please. I've struggled to get my head around how best to care for solitary bee hotels. That was so interesting and useful!
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LizR Sep 13
So what are we all buying in the next few days then? Bee hotels - of course we are. I love these little bees, fascinating
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Cate Sep 13
I'm going to make my own bee hotel tomorrow 🐝
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Jon Knight Sep 13
One thing we won't be doing is collecting sea weed for our allotment because we live about as far away from the sea as you can get in the UK.
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LovelyPlot Sep 13
I love it how marigolds light up the whole plot 🤩 Cosmos has gone crazy, sunflowers are towering over everything else. Verbena still very much in full swing together with asters 🤩 Beans, kale, cabbages, sprouts, celery, strawberries.. is it really September?😁
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Mumita Sep 13
Wow! Informative segment on solitary bees. My garden is usually full of different kind bees all year round. Not sure where they nest. 🤔
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Sara Venn Sep 13
And now effectivelytelling us about planting for moths!!!
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Tanya Butchers Sep 13
Lots of signs of leaf-cutter bees on our rose bushes in the front garden today...
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Gill Hickman Sep 13
Brilliant explanation of the tubes that are used in bee hotels for solitary bees ( & their renewal & maintenance) from on
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Mumita Sep 13
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