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Started by Elliebobs1 1 month ago
Hi I have a large hydrangea in my front garden, originally grown from a half leaf cutting. It is now about twenty years old. In my back garden I have...
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Started by kc2 1 month ago
Looking for the best Industrial Equipment Manufacturer & Supplier? Kesar Control Systems, manufactures pharmaceutical and scientific equipments whi...
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Started by Taffstuart 8 months ago
Can anyone please advise.  Three times I have tried to grow dahlias from seeds in a covered seed tray in a propagator in my greenhouse.  The pattern...
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Started by aeg 8 months ago
I am getting a family apple tree to put in a pot I have which is about about 50l. Delivery height is about 80 cm.Is that pot  big enough and I though...
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Started by tabbykatz1@aol.com 8 months ago
Hi Can anyone tell me if it will be OK to plant a rhodendum near my red robin or cherry tree or will it affect either of them. Thanks
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Started by Catharine 1 year ago
Hello I am hoping you can help with my quest to find a Maltese plant that will flourish in Torquay. I am looking to buy a plant/tree preferably some...
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Started by sandie H 1 year ago
Just received phlox plugs. Can anyone advice - do I plant in pots and if so when do I plant out or can I plant directly into the ground. thanks Sand ...
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Started by Cheshire 1 year ago
We have two of these conifers and want to buy two more but don't know what they are called. Can anyone help, please ?
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Started by michelle poirier 2 years ago
Bonjour, J'ai semé des pavots d'himallaya selon les conseils mentionnés sur le sachet
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Started by Keen gardener 2 years ago
Hi can anybody advise how to over winter my pot Daphne plants please?
remove this Last replied to by SoCalMike 2 years ago
Hi Keen Gardener, Daphnes can vary in cold hardiness depending on the species and source. You'll need to determine whic...




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