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shady shrub

Hi therecan anyone recommend a nice pretty (non berrying) ...

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debanslow Mar 28, 2012

Quick growing climber advice.

I've defended ivy over the years. I take it back! A variegated ivy ...

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thevodkarose Mar 28, 2012

Reasons to be cheerful!

The first swallows have been sighted in Pembrokeshire. The ...

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BaraGwenith Mar 26, 2012

Early flowering nectar rich ...

Hello,I really want a lot of wildlife in my garden, in ...

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L_ouise Mar 26, 2012

Blackberry Reuben

Has anyone got experience of these?I saw these advertised in ...

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Goldilocks Mar 24, 2012

Foxes ,squirrels rats,bats

Not sure if this is 100% accurate but may be of interest to ...

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thedogcody Mar 24, 2012

Climber for N-facing wall

I'd like recommendations, please, for varieties of honeysuckle ...

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David Mar 23, 2012

High-rise Horticulture

There was inspiration at last night's lecture by James Wong ...

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hereisabee Mar 23, 2012

turf seating ( how do I go ...

I’m thinking about making turf seating and would be grateful to ...

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seonag1 Mar 22, 2012

Blind/odd Hyacinths

HelloA few years back I purchased a few blu hyacinths which I put ...

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rosalba Mar 22, 2012

Scented shrub for a shady spot

OK this is going to be a tall order. I have a very sheltered ...

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Swedboy Mar 21, 2012

Starting at level zero

Dear Gardeners, I have moved to UK from Abu Dhabi and baught a ...

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Skam Mar 21, 2012

The sun was shining

So I got my camera out and took these;http://s222.photobucket.com...

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Tee Gee Mar 21, 2012

Grass in campanula

I have lovely purple campanula on a rockery. However there is ...

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Turner Mar 20, 2012

Best Garden Buy

I thought it would be a great idea to share our best buys around ...

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treborstemme Mar 20, 2012

listen to a snail!

This is amazing! The best bit is the snail munching on the ...

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Lorea Mar 20, 2012

Indoor compost.

No not a heap in the sitting room! I want to repot a family of ...

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Highland Jeannie Mar 17, 2012

citrus fertilizer

Two years ago I invested in a special double pack of citrus ...

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jollystrawbe rry8 Mar 17, 2012

august in the garden

How do we keep the garden interesting in August I ...

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everhopeful Mar 17, 2012

new to gardening

hi,i"m new to gardening & need advice.my back garden was ...

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U14307618 Mar 17, 2012

Bee House

Not sure if this is the right section for this.I was given a ...

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John Moodie Mar 16, 2012

Dry, dusty front garden

I have a south facing, very small front garden which desperately ...

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margot Mar 16, 2012

Choisya Sundance

I have a very nice choisya sundance which is about five ...

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daisydelight Mar 16, 2012

The Environment

The UK’s consumption of peat is approximately 3 million m3 per ...

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dangermire Mar 14, 2012

Frogspawn and toadspawn

I have frogspawn and toadspawn as of today - 3rd March. I have ...

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daintiness Mar 14, 2012

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