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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NewHomeNewGarden
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Started by NewHomeNewGarden 6 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
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Hi NewHomeNewGarden, I have a very dry soil border in my drive as well. I'm just replanting it with fairly low maintena...
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Started by Moonbabe4a 6 years 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 6 years ago
It depends on what type of plant they are, can you tell us the plant names?
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Started by Hemeroholic 6 years ago
Is it possible to grow Roscoea in containers or do they need to be in the ground ?
Florexpert
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Hi Hemeroholic,They would probably be happier in the ground, with the tubers planted at 10-15 cm depth, in a shaded posi...
Dahl
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Started by Dahl 6 years ago
Thinking about giving them a go and wondering how many I'll need
Dahl
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Cool thanks
hollyc1990
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Started by hollyc1990 6 years ago
Fuchsias are fabulous, begonias are brilliant and petunias are perfect but what's your favourite?The new majestic begonia from T&M looks FAB! Can't wa...
Florexpert
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I'd actually go for a climber, Clematis 'Arabella'.It's the longest flowering Clematis I know of. It flowers almost non-...
BloomingBride
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Started by BloomingBride 6 years ago
I love Hydrangeas they are one of my favourite flowers! I'd love to have them home grown for my wedding bouquet but am a very novice gardener and onl...
BloomingBride
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Hi MicroMouseThat sounds lovely! I'm doing a roast pork on Sunday so thinking of incorporating some Rosemary! I do think...
yellowclare
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Started by yellowclare 6 years ago
Can anyone suggest the best way to look after my indoor begonias that I bought just before Xmas? I never have much luck at looking after these indoors...
Florexpert
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Hi Yellowclare,If you keep your plants just moist and leave them dry out a little between each watering (just leave the ...
Moomin
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Started by Moomin 6 years ago
I have eucomis bulbs growing in a large container. I've had them for 18 months now. They overwintered well but they're getting crowded now. Can I dig ...
Moomin
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Hi SteveMy eucomis did have seeds but I didn't do anything with them this year. They've all died back now. It's so mild ...
Greenhousegirl
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Started by Greenhousegirl 6 years ago
Does anyone know if my money tree will overwinter in an unheated greenhouse ok?
Rosyposy
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Hi GreenhousegirlI'd agree with Gardening_Graham. They are better off in the house. I love them as they just keep growin...
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Started by RCL 6 years ago
Has anyone any experience of using Incredibloom over winter ? Does it release the fertiliser at the same rate in cooler / wetter conditions ? Thank yo...
remove this Last replied to by RCL 6 years ago
Thanks Ryanbeee, I've added it to the compost I used for my pansy and viola pouches and pots and will see how they grow...



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