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Greg Steenbeeke at 2015-07-29T09:52:18+0000 2 people like this | 1 people comments
Of all the names to find written on a card - and I am pretty sure it's wrong! - show more posts on this group
Adrian Porter at 2015-07-29T12:56:44+0000 2 people like this |
Going to grow mostly Begonias outdoors next Summer all that rain and they are not showing a bit of damage,the petunias etc have been hammered by the continuous rain not rain resistant.We need some sun? The council have the pendulous Begonia and Bidens in the tubs and baskets, non stop begonias in the beds they havnt - show more posts on this group
Graeme Smith at 2015-07-29T09:11:39+0000 1 people like this | 6 people comments
Anyone seen any nice big trellis panel's at a reasonable price when you've been out and about? - show more posts on this group
Andrew Agace at 2015-07-29T11:47:59+0000 | 1 people comments
Seabeet. I know u can eat leaves. But what can u do with flowers please? - show more posts on this group
Sarah Potts at 2015-07-29T10:16:46+0000 2 people like this | 14 people comments
Is this a darwini berry? If not any ideas what it is and if edible? Thanks everyone! - show more posts on this group
Curt Stanley-Green at 2015-07-29T10:39:11+0000 | 12 people comments
is this the edible nightshade that was discussed yesterday? it's the best pic I could take without risking dropping my phone in the canal!! other parts of the plant have ripe berries that are round and black! - show more posts on this group
Chris Phyto at 2015-07-07T16:15:17+0000 77 people like this | 21 people comments
(admin) Wow! more than 10,000 members! While it is fantastic to see so many folk joining the group, it will further everyone's learning here if people posting plant names can give us the scientific name as well as a common name. This method is used for a few good reasons and it really is the only way to ensure 100% - show more posts on this group
Inga van der Heiden at 2015-07-29T09:21:13+0000 2 people like this | 4 people comments
there is a billion wild garlics on a hill next to (and particularly inside) a local graveyard. what are the rules when this is managed by (i think) the council, as can't help thinking they were planted there deliberately? [i know they're all gone by now; but for next year] - show more posts on this group
Daronius Subdeviant at 2015-07-29T13:13:28+0000 1 people like this |
How To Grow Your Own Blueberries - Herbs Info Blueberries are renowned for their health benefits - they are packed with phytonutrients yet the difference in flavor and quality between mass-produced and home grown can be tremendous! With home growing, not only do you have full control over what goes into the soil, you c - show more posts on this group
Vanessa Roberts at 2015-07-29T11:04:12+0000 5 people like this | 13 people comments
Hi I'm new to all this but are these plumbs I've got loads growing in my garden and what can I make with them x - show more posts on this group

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