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 James.weir 9 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 5 months ago
Yes, they grow. How is your rose plant now?
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Started by Peter TG 1 year ago
I have just received (Mid December) some tree lily bulbs.  From what I read I can happily plant them in a container now and leave them in my cold gre...
remove this Last replied to by RobertEchols 8 months ago
Hoping that you have had a great success with your tree lily bulbs.
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Started by hopeless gardener 10 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...
carolb
remove this Last replied to by carolb 9 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 11 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...
carolb
remove this Last replied to by carolb 9 months ago
How about a jasmine they have a lovely smell?
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Started by daxgunner 12 months ago
Anyone know about this award winning plant. My question, I ordered this but have now been told that they go only deliver in November as now it’s out...
carolb
remove this Last replied to by carolb 9 months ago
It really depends on how its delivered and the weather at the time Darren if its bare rooted then you could plant it str...
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Started by anna 2 years 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...
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I think the best advice would be to contact a radio  gardening show and get the answer from the experts I personally ...
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Started by Jane99048 2 years 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 2 years ago
Hi Jane, Impations or bizzy lizzys can handle dappled shade.
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Started by dorothie 2 years 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
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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...
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Started by sarahanitahall 3 years 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/...
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remove this Last replied to by Florexpert 3 years ago
Hi Sarahanitahall, I would recommend Lonicera etrusca 'Superba' as it does not get plagued by aphids as other honeysuck...
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Started by MoKingswood 3 years 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
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Hi MoKingswood, I wonder if the plants you have are not Veratrum instead, as these can take many years before they flow...



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