Getting Started In Your Garden
Being a beginner gardener can be a little daunting. This section is all about sharing beginners advice, choosing the right plants, garden designs and inspiration to help get you started.

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BloomingBride
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Started by BloomingBride 2 years ago
Hi Guys Had to share this with you, I finally got round to starting on my Garden now that the wedding is over! What do you think?? I've only started ...
carolb
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Feeling happy today Natalie, my clematis is beginning grow again and has little green buds on it 🙂 Hoping that the slug...
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Started by floswift 4 months ago
Hi  new to this forum and still learning a lot about gardening !  I have just created a new border that faces south east. Unfortunately there is a l...
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Started by Coates 4 months ago
Has anyone else had a problem propagating the Thompson and Morgan runner bean Desiree seeds? I’ve tried twice, following the instructions on the pac...
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Started by Jane 4 months ago
Hello, I am new to this site and am hoping someone can help me please.  I am a novice gardener, I have a small greenhouse as I like to grow from seed...
KateTheDig
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Started by KateTheDig 1 year ago
I am a really new gardener and I was trying to dig weeds out of a border when a mass of custardy gunge, creamy coloured, burst out of the soil from un...
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Any chance you can send a photo?   Thanks Jon
Charles71
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Started by Charles71 2 years ago
I live in the north east of England and am going to try and grow the above plant in the garden. I have read on a few sites that the leaves need to be...
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Started by yellowclare 3 years ago
HiMy garden has areas of heavy clay soil. When wet this becomes water-logged and why hot the soil bakes. What are the best sorts of shrubs and perenni...
Ednaduck
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Great list Florexpert! Thank you. Make sure you also keep adding plenty pf organic matter to your soil to help improv...
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Started by jallan 3 years ago
I'm in the process of clearing an allotment at present and I'm looking for an app that helps me plan the layout, paths, fruit trees etc. Getting a bit...
Ednaduck
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I've always struggled to find a good app/ website for this too, so I'll give yours a go Gardening_Graham. Thank you. ...
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Started by Ryanguevara1983 3 years ago
I need to cover an unsightly (horizontal) beam of wood and am hoping to use plants. The idea is to place troughs on top of the beam, and grow trailin...
Rosyposy
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Hi Ryanguevara1983If you want some colour too have you thought about aubretia? They're not fast growing but I love them....
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Started by Vmbannister 3 years ago
I planted low level beds two years ago, they were great first year but last summer produced little or plants bolted. I used chicken manure to give the...
Rosyposy
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Hi VmbannisterEveryone seems to have lots of advice on raised beds. My sister has 2 raised beds in her allotment and she...




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