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carolb
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Started by carolb 1 year ago
Hi all, I am new to this forum but not to gardening or Thompson and Morgans wonderful plants, just discovered you all so thought I would join to see w...
Sojali
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Started by Sojali 1 year ago
Hej!I moved from the UK to Sweden exactly a year ago today (12th Feb) and I missed the growing season last year due to various moves whilst waiting fo...
Gardening_Graham
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Hi Sojali, nice to meet you!What do you like to grow normally and what are you planning on sowing and growing this year...
Ryanbeee
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Started by Ryanbeee 2 years ago
Hi, I am a brand new gardener (literally started this year) although I have grown Chillis in the past. Just wondering if anyone can suggest some easy ...
Ryanbeee
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Thank you Rosie, I will certainly give those a try. Peas were on my list to try this year! 🙂
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Started by Rosie 1 year ago
Hi Everyone.I'm RosieLong time gardener but always keen to learn something new :)I live way up in Moray so get very cold winters.
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Hi GG,We do have to be particular up here, anything remotely tender has to be taken in, I usually do it at the 1st frost...
yellowclare
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Started by yellowclare 2 years ago
HiI am fairly new to gardening and was wondering what seeds I can sow this autumn to help me get ahead in the garden for next spring?Thank youyellowcl...
remove this Last replied to by Doris 2 years ago
Try some broadbeans, peas or onions for overwintering, you could also try salad leaves or pak choi if you can give them...
hollyc1990
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Started by hollyc1990 2 years ago
Hi all, I am very new to gardening, keen to learn more 🙂

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