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Yesterday at 15:04:24 by Tee Gee
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The garden a 1.00pm today
December 03, 2020, 15:21:55 by Obelixx
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This is a reminder to all forum members living in NI, Eire and mainland Europe that, as of December 31st, it will no longer be possible to order seeds from the UK.   Seed companies will have to organise a phytosanitary certificate for each shipment and that will take about 2 weeks and cost 150 per shipment.

I have received a mail from Premier Seeds explaining this and saying they will happily process orders as long as they can be despatched by December 23rd so if, like me, you can't find seeds for things like purple sprouting broccoli, cavolo nero, interesting chillies and quite a lot of perennial flowering plants, get you orders in soon. 

December 01, 2020, 12:34:05 by Paulines7
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I have grown celeriac from seed this year and the leaves are looking really strong and healthy.  However, there is no root ball yet.  Does anyone know if  these will appear over the winter and into spring?  Is there anything I can do to help them form a large root.  Your help is much appreciated.

I haven't been on here very much in the past year or so as my husband is ill.  I am doing all the housework and the garden and don't get much free time. When I relax, I usually fall asleep in my armchair!  I just thought I would say "Hi" to you all.   :wave:
December 01, 2020, 00:29:46 by daveyboi
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I will be doing the Christmas Charity Competition again this year

The subject chosen by TeeGee (The winner of the last competition ) is

'"Plant Life" that epitomises Christmas"

OK lets have a photo (or two) that must contain '"Plant Life" that epitomises Christmas"

It can be a natural or man made arrangement containing trees, flowers, fruit or vegetables or any combination of these.

The essential thing is that when you look at it, you know it is Christmas Time!

So get your camera into action and get your entries ready
I will start taking the entries in a week or so


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