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October 20, 2017, 6:31 am

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October 20, 2017, 6:30 am

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what size hydrangea petiolaris to buy?

October 18, 2017, 11:25 am

I know hydrangea petiolaris are slow to start. With the choice between a 2 litre and 5*litre plant am I better off going for the larger or will this not make much difference in how fast it establishe... Read more »

Bokasha bin

October 18, 2017, 10:07 am

Has anybody got some advice on Bokasha composting? Just read about it but haven't heard of it. Is it to be recommended for quick compost? I don't want to spend money on some gimmick!! -- Lintama Read more »

Cordyline Australis not growing straight

October 17, 2017, 11:51 am

Hi everyone, I?ve just signed up as I?m struggling to find an answer to a problem I have with my Cordyline Australis. I have searched and can?t find anything similar, we planted our Australis 3 year... Read more »


October 10, 2017, 12:26 pm

My friend gave my an old camellia which is now a small tree as it would not flower, well i looked after it in summer and it now has dozens of flower buds about to burst it seems ,is this normal for t... Read more »

Exploding bean!

October 3, 2017, 4:35 am

Hello all, The other week I picked up a bean from a tree near our library. It had a ve lvety surface. It had been on the dinner table for the past week or so. Ton ight when we were having some sna... Read more »

Advice needed for moving a Holly tree.

October 1, 2017, 5:40 pm

Hello I've wanted holly tree in my garden for awhile and don't want to buy one as most are too small. I've located one in the wild in a hedge row (on land I own) but could do with some advice on how ... Read more »

Hayter Harrier II 19" Vintage mower help needed.

October 1, 2017, 5:19 pm

Hi all. Newbie pensioner from Essex here and sorry to launch with a beg. I am really struggling with the friction plate above the blade but I was wondering if that needs to be removed? My problem... Read more »

Garden Bathtub Clay amendment

September 25, 2017, 6:30 pm

Hi all been working on a new garden project, new garden is clay and wet! I rotavated and amended the lawn area several weeks ago and turf is growing and rooting great however I decided to dig over t... Read more »

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Q: Growing Arbutus Unedo from cuttings?

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Hello all: I'm trying to grow Arbutus Unedo (Strawberry Tree) from cuttings. My first cutting just wouldn't root. I was told that I need some growth hormone. I checked the local Home Depot and L... Read more »

Pests on cleome

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Last year my cleome were infested with some kind of black and yellow beetle in late summer so I pulled them up and got rid of them. This year their seeds sprouted some nice looking plants, but I've ... Read more »

Duct tape for sweet peas

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Yes, it sounds weird. But so did my earlier method for securing sweet peas (or morning glories) to a wood fence that backs up a long line of roses. Problem has been that I have no room to hang a swe... Read more »

bindweed and strawberries

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I created a small bed (2'x24') for strawberries. I put landscaping fabric down and then about 4 inches of mulch. My strawberries are coming up fine but so is the bind weed. I haven't found anything... Read more »

Ideas please underplanting Olive trees.

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Hi, I would really appreciate if anyone could help me by offering idea for underplanting olive trees. I have a place in Corfu which is one of the most northerly Gree Islands therefore it does not suf... Read more »

Douglas Fir centerpiece for septic system

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Sorry if this is going to the wrong place, but I wasn't able to find a decent group other than this one. I have this douglas fir in my backyard, probably 50+ years old, the people who built the sep... Read more »

Dying wintergreen

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I have a pot of wintergreen that was started by seed and has been growing fine for several years. The plant is full size and was always growing robustly (look just like the ones I have outside year... Read more »

Sealing Clay Pots

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Is there anything that can be done to clay pots to seal them up. Either something to spray on the whole thing or just to coat the inside. I like the look of clay pots but after time minerals and crud... Read more »

Green worms on my Confederate Rose

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Half inch long clearish green caterpillars are skeletonizing the leaves on my Confederate rose (Hibiscus mutablis) here in hot, humid, south Mississippi. I've had this plant for years and have never... Read more »

Hand Grinder for Horseradish

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Used hand grinders are inexpensive at flea markets and yard sales, so that's where I anticipated getting one to grind my horseradish this fall. Some are old and heavy and others are lighter and look... Read more » is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here. All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.