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  • 14 June 2017 - Itziar
    I am growing cucumbers in my greenhouse. When should I start feeding them ? ..largest ones are 2/3... (More)
    Feed from now on...each week or ten days with a tomato food as on the packet. Little and often. (More)
     
  • 12 June 2017 - NurseBridie
    Foxglove not looking too good, but I can't find what's eating it. Anything I can do now to... (More)
    It is probably small snails that hide by day. Though a bit unsightly, the damage is not great and the... (More)
     
  • 12 June 2017 - hugha
    Loganberries planted in good soil and growing very well on 4ft south-facing wall for 3 years producing... (More)
    Loganberries can be slow to fruit, but that seems too long. Perhaps just too rich.They carry fruit on... (More)
     
  • 10 June 2017 - 100620171
    I have blobs of jelly on my pebbles and wondering what they are. Here's a photo beside my shoe to show... (More)
    Jelly-like algae may appear on paths and old lawns after rain and will usually disappear in dry weather... (More)
     
  • 9 June 2017 - Inish
    I planted a Yellow Wall Virginia Creeper early this year. It has been feed with blood, fish & bone,... (More)
    Brown patches might be spray damage to young leaves.White coating is mildew, which it will probably grow... (More)
     
  • 7 June 2017 - Ultan
    Our large Red Robin is sick. It's in a dark damp corner beside the shed, but was thriving up to about... (More)
    It looks like it has died of a root rot disease, especially if the soil is heavy. (More)
     
  • 6 June 2017 - PatriciaMonaghan
    I put quite a lot of unidentified plants in my garden and while doing a bit of weeding today I found... (More)
    It is a campanula or bellflowers...possibly Campanula poscharskyana. (More)
     
  • 6 June 2017 - donegalbarney
    greenhouse tomatoes(Shirley) very skinny and one fell over. all 3 have first flowers and about 20inches... (More)
    Ground or greenhouse conditions must have been unsuitable ... too wet, too shaded, soil too poor! (More)
     
  • 6 June 2017 - shagra
    we have four David Austin shrub roses very vigorous and floriferous. every may/june as they are growing... (More)
    They appear to have been pruned too hard for shrub roses and fed too well at the same time. They are... (More)
     
  • 5 June 2017 - cecelia
    Crocosmia has taken over my garden. Pulling up the bulbs seems to encourage it. Has it become another... (More)
    Crocosmia can be invasive and difficult to control over a large area. Use two or three applications as... (More)
     
 
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