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.

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Started by ianbex@sky.com 3 days ago
Good morning, I want to grow the Umbrella Bamboo Asian Wonder up against the fence and restrict the roots from spreading.  The advice on the blurb o...
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Started by davidep 2 months ago
cultivation tips for these new sunflowers especially protection for over wintering
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Started by fitch22 3 months ago
I've grown my pennisetum 'tail feathers' from seed, after successful germination they all have 1 single shoot (2 inches tall) and I'm wondering when I...
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Started by James.weir 7 months ago
Ok I'm I think the newest newby, I have roses that are some 60 years old I also have climbing roses 4/5 years old but I'm thinking of cutting them bac...
remove this Last replied to by CherylDoerr 4 months ago
Yes, they grow. How is your rose plant now?
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Started by myworld 6 months ago
can I plant  lavender plants out now
remove this Last replied to by CherylDoerr 4 months ago
So have you planted them? If yes, what care is needed? We are planning to plant some in our garden.
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Started by Hilary 6 months ago
I bought a pack of 72 perennial plug plants from T&M about 5 weeks ago. About 80% survived and they are all now in 3-4" pots. Any advice in how to car...
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Started by bexleybee 6 months ago
I'm confused as to the correct methods of pruning these two plants. My echinacea has almost stopped flowering but has healthy looking leaves at the ba...
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Started by Tintin 7 months ago
Hello gardeners We have a small south facing border. It’s 2.80m long and 0.90m wide. It get very hot in the summer. As the garden is quite small I ...
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Started by hopeless gardener 9 months ago
Hi everyone Please can someone advise whether I can grow fragrant climbers in 6inch deep troughs against the trellis ? if in a planter what is the mi...
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remove this Last replied to by carolb 8 months ago
To be honest I am not sure 6 inches is deep enough for a climber like a honeysuckle or Clematis, it would be fine for sw...
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Started by Jazz2b 10 months ago
Hello   i have recently moved and have noticed our neighbor likes to site in the garden and have a cigarette every now and then.   Unfortunately...
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remove this Last replied to by carolb 8 months ago
How about a jasmine they have a lovely smell?



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