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  • 12 October 2015 - Cahy
    I have Autumn bliss Raspberries growing on a west facing wall which I fed with chicken pellets in the... (More)
    This is over-vigorous growth, caused by damp summer and too much chicken pellets.It is still usable,... (More)
  • 11 October 2015 - 111020151
    I have ash trees sprouting up everywhere that are becoming a nuisance. How can I can rid ... (More)
    Ash seeds about readily and the seedlings, if unwanted, should be pulled up before they reach 10cm.If... (More)
  • 10 October 2015 - 220320151
    What causes hard woody bits in pear fruit? How to avoid? (More)
    Pears contain stone cells, that feel gritty.It is part of the taste/mouth feel of the fruit. They are... (More)
  • 8 October 2015 - Robbiezxc
    When should I sow my forget-me-not seeds so they are flowering with my tulips? (More)
    Forget-me-nots should be sown in a nursery bed outdoors, or in a tray and pricked out, in ... (More)
  • 5 October 2015 - amlou
    I am looking to source 150 -300 bulbs, do you have any suggestions please? (More)
    Try Mr Middleton in Dublin. (More)
  • 4 October 2015 - 041020152
    I have an area about half acre and two years ago I converted to a wild flower meadow. The first year... (More)
    This is inevitable because what you created was a 'wildflower cornfield' with poppies, cornflower, corn... (More)
  • 1 October 2015 - Annclem
    Im making a new bed. I hear that it's better to plant in spring if you live in the north. The bed is... (More)
    Autumn is the best time to plant anywhere because winter rain settles the plants in, but an exposed spot... (More)
  • 30 September 2015 - Caoimhe7
    I have a magnolia tree which is now about 9 ft tall. It flowered in its first year but poorly. I moved... (More)
    Magnolia, and other trees and shrubs, often grow rapidly when first planted in the open soil, making... (More)
  • 29 September 2015 - MikeD1
    There is a section in my garden that I am unable to grow anything, most plants have died. The part of... (More)
    Choose some tough shrubs such as potentilla, weigela, spirea, deutzia and viburnum. (More)
  • 28 September 2015 - seansc1
    A green jelly like substance is coming up from the ground(typically between the months of July-September... (More)
    That sounds like algae and it can be very slippery and dangerous. It can be controlled by using Path... (More)

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