Flowers
Flowers can transform any garden. Do you have a favourite flower plant or seed that you grow? Or are you struggling to find that perfect flower for your garden? Post your queries here.

Please create an account here or log in to add your comment

1
REPLY
39
VIEWS
Started by anna 2 weeks ago
Hi, I am getting married in mid May and have asked if my mum can grow some bowls of muscari for the centre pieces. Does anyone have any advice on wh...
carolb
remove this Last replied to by carolb 1 week ago
I think the best advice would be to contact a radio  gardening show and get the answer from the experts I personally ...
1
REPLY
46
VIEWS
Started by Jane99048 1 month ago
hi I've just got the 2018 seed catalogue and wondered whether anyone could recommend plant for next summer? I look after a planter (about 1m square) i...
carolb
remove this Last replied to by carolb 1 month ago
Hi Jane, Impations or bizzy lizzys can handle dappled shade.
1
REPLY
1939
VIEWS
Started by dorothie 9 months ago
Someone has just given me one of these for my birthday. It is in a small pot and is about 12 inches tall with some new leaves just starting to sprout...
carolb
remove this Last replied to by carolb 9 months ago
I do not know for certain how you should treat your tree peony but I would say that if you have had a lot of frost recen...
1
REPLY
2123
VIEWS
Started by sarahanitahall 1 year ago
Hello,  Would anyone know what climber plants would be good to grow across the front of our house? I would like a plant that the birds/bees/insects/...
Florexpert
remove this Last replied to by Florexpert 1 year ago
Hi Sarahanitahall, I would recommend Lonicera etrusca 'Superba' as it does not get plagued by aphids as other honeysuck...
1
REPLY
2052
VIEWS
Started by MoKingswood 1 year ago
I have 2 very healthy verbascum plants that are now about 4 years old. I have tried them in two  different  positions in the garden but they have ne...
Florexpert
remove this Last replied to by Florexpert 1 year ago
Hi MoKingswood, I wonder if the plants you have are not Veratrum instead, as these can take many years before they flow...
NewHomeNewGarden
4
REPLIES
2910
VIEWS
Started by NewHomeNewGarden 2 years ago
I've recently had a new driveway and have a small border at the side of it. I am looking for suggestions of low maintenance and drought tolerant flowe...
Ednaduck
remove this Last replied to by Ednaduck 1 year ago
Hi NewHomeNewGarden, I have a very dry soil border in my drive as well. I'm just replanting it with fairly low maintena...
1
REPLY
2093
VIEWS
Started by Maxiils 1 year ago
hey, i have purchased the large flowered hibiscus Luna (for the second time).  The first didn't have any signed of life and never gained any. this ...
Florexpert
remove this Last replied to by Florexpert 1 year ago
Hi Maxiils, Hibiscus 'Luna' is a selection of the wild H. moscheutos, which grows in near swamp conditions in Eastern U...
carolb
4
REPLIES
2766
VIEWS
Started by carolb 1 year ago
Hello all I have a french lavendar plant that I am growing in a ceramic pot, does the lavendar need a lot of feeding or is it one of those plants t...
carolb
remove this Last replied to by carolb 1 year ago
Thank you Florexpert that is very helpful advice, the plant is just coming in to flower now.
1
REPLY
2070
VIEWS
Started by Moonbabe4a 1 year ago
hi, I'm new to the forum and to gardening, I've just ordered some jumbo plugs to put in hanging baskets and I'm not sure wot to do with them after the...
Hemeroholic
remove this Last replied to by Hemeroholic 1 year ago
It depends on what type of plant they are, can you tell us the plant names?
Hemeroholic
1
REPLY
2070
VIEWS
Started by Hemeroholic 2 years ago
Is it possible to grow Roscoea in containers or do they need to be in the ground ?
Florexpert
remove this Last replied to by Florexpert 2 years ago
Hi Hemeroholic,They would probably be happier in the ground, with the tubers planted at 10-15 cm depth, in a shaded posi...

Please create an account or log in to add your comment

×

Why You Need a Unique Forum Account

Feel free to browse and search the forum for topics that interest you without creating an account. To participate and contribute you will need to register and create an account.

This will enable you to create your own posts, comment on other posts, upload any photos you wish to share and so much more.

Why You Cannot Use Your Thompson & Morgan Account

The main Thompson & Morgan website is completely separate from this Forum. As such, the Forum requires a completely separate account.

×