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Tee Gee
Today at 11:08:01 by Tee Gee
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As I mentioned under another thread I felt yesterday afternoon I might have lost lots of my plants in the greenhouse well I pleased  :icon_cheers: to write back that out of the sixty or so plants I may have lost two. I have left the poorly ones in place where I might leave them for a couple of days to see if they recover if not I am glad to say I have a few spares that I can replace them with.

So all in all I am quite relieved :sunny:

This is the state of play when I left them half an hour ago:
Deb P
Yesterday at 18:40:54 by Deb P
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Demolished my 2006 pallet compost bin, and reused the wood to make retaining walls for my squash pit lashed together with stripped willow canes. Bunged the old compost on top of last year's pile of clippings, almost ready to plant up! Result!
Yesterday at 08:42:07 by NikiG | Views: 129 | Comments: 2

 Hi everyone

I have what I think is a Cape Fuchsia (Phygelius capensis) which is taking over my entire garden! After doing some online research, I discovered this plant is a rhizome which may account for the fact that, despite my best efforts at digging it out, spraying glycophosphate on it etc, it pops back up somewhere else, twice as strong.

Does anyone have any advice on the best way to get rid of this triffid? Should I be pruning every new patch of growth to starve it of light? Should I use a stronger weedkiller?

All suggestions gratefully received.

May 19, 2018, 18:48:26 by davholla | Views: 108 | Comments: 2

About 10 days I planted the native water lilly Nymphea Lutar in my pond about 60-80 cm deep.
I cannot find it now, is it dead?  Did I plant it too deep (it was quite small) or can it develop from there?


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