Comments for en-gb 30 Sun 02 Aug 2015 05:08:24 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at MrTonyMurch I've been enjoying regular jogs at my local park in Milton Keynes which is very well looked after at the moment. Its a real pleasure to jog around - even when its raining.I agree that the current economical Doom and Gloom is certainly getting people out of there houses and into public places around the city besides the shops! Which is a refreshing change providing its respected and looked after.Hopefully an excellent summer will push this trend even more.Cheers,Tony Wed 10 Jun 2009 09:03:26 GMT+1 rickmad Hi everyone I watched gardeners world on friday and was interested to see the item on a garden in suffolk particualy regarding equium plant? I am fortunate enough to have grown these in hertfordsire, my current one stands at 13ft and is in full flower, I would be gratefull if someone could give me the correct spelling Mon 18 May 2009 14:55:52 GMT+1 Valgal I was a little comforted to read from Alys that slugs and smails have wreaked havoc in her garden. I was devastated to see the destruction, in one night, of my beautiful sink garden, and dear little border full of bedding dahlias (well, it was!). Can anyone offer some hints, tips, ideas?Last night, I did collect 96 snails and 12 slugs but I'm sure I've not exhausted the supply. Tonight I'm going out again, armed with torch, a bucket of eggshells and salt water, but my plants are laced or skeletal so I'm determined to prevent any more ruin. Fri 08 May 2009 21:51:40 GMT+1 shrinkurgarden It's a pity to see and say that Gardeners World has "upgraded" into a sales and personality show in which the human species is more decorated in space and time than the vegetable roots of the program. So out of date..This is crisistime: back to basics. Back to the roots! Fri 08 May 2009 19:48:27 GMT+1 calire66 I am a new gardener and have just started my veg patch from seed. Having grown everything (with mixed success!) in a mini greenhouse using plastic 'cells', I transfered them all to the ground a week or so ago - and what a nightmare! when you have a full tray of seedlings, getting them out is impossible without disrupting the compost/roots or bending the neighbouring plant.I may be being clumsy or worrying unnecessarily (the seedlings should survive anything?) but I would to know how this is done properly. Fri 01 May 2009 13:22:49 GMT+1 koala_girl I agree, walking the dog is good in lots of ways. 1)You have a good excuse to have a good nose at everyone else's gardens as you walk past. 2)It's always nice to walk round the park and admire the trees, etc. 3)You get to chat to other dog walkers. I would still like to see Isobel on the TV! Wed 29 Apr 2009 21:01:18 GMT+1 ravenjoy I am really enjoying this new series and have used quite a few of the tips you have all passed on. I have been gardening for about 10 years now and am learning all the time. I can't make out why there are all these complaints on the blogs and can only assume that all the satisfied viewers are out there in the garden getting on with it!!I like the emphasis on getting children interested and can't wait for my 3 little grandaughters to be old enough to help me in the greenhouse!Sorry you are not on air this Friday but will just have to make do with the new magazine until you are on again! Wed 29 Apr 2009 19:58:29 GMT+1 largepatsmith To all the Team.Thanks for making gardening so interesting with expert guide lines in language I, as a novice, can understand. You've really got me inspired, the Beets are in, as are the Carrots. Now it's wait and see time, have I been a good sudent ! Wed 29 Apr 2009 16:36:14 GMT+1 phyll_ostachys Here's the link to Alys's on Woman's Hour: interview starts at 35.52 Wed 29 Apr 2009 10:08:54 GMT+1 veratrum hi its great hearing you on Womans Hour.I've already planted my rollo rossa, I shall now plant my carrots, and wait till next week to hear what you have to say about beetroot thanks Tue 28 Apr 2009 16:22:29 GMT+1 byrnesunit Great show on Friday, Alys. The courgette advice was timely - I was about to sow far too many for the family's needs. Tue 28 Apr 2009 10:29:59 GMT+1 magiclyndylou Toby , you mentioned the problem with peach trees getting leaf blister(nasty red blister like growths) but didnt say how to get rid of it. I had this on my nectarine (i only bought it last year) i was told to take off all effected leaves but then it was bare! And it didnt fruit. This year is exactly the same what do i do??? Mon 27 Apr 2009 14:37:47 GMT+1 Tactful_Cactus Alys, i've never known anyone make sowing carrott seeds so sexy and sensual!!! i think i've got a crush!! you've got one lucky husband there! Mon 27 Apr 2009 13:14:09 GMT+1 Joweed I wonder if the production team realises that in Swansea, Gardeners World is usually squeezed in sometime on Saturday, to allow rugby to be shown on Fridays.As a consequence, Toby advertised this Saturday's visit of the Digin team to Swansea after the event. This is not a criticism of Toby, but of the programme schedulers who consider rugby to be more important than gardening. Sun 26 Apr 2009 22:08:05 GMT+1 Fleshlight This post has been Removed Fri 24 Apr 2009 12:11:27 GMT+1