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  • 7 July 2015 - JonMacro
    We've got this plant all over. The photo is the tomato bed in the glasshouse, but it is in veg beds,... (More)
    The weed is pearlwort... repeated hoeing will give good control.Equip yourself with a small hand-hoe... (More)
  • 7 July 2015 - Ronny2014
    I would like to create an area on my lawn which is awkward to mow. It is at the entrance to our driveway.... (More)
    Kill off the grass by covering with black polythene or use Roundup.Use a mix of shrubs, perennial flowers... (More)
  • 6 July 2015 - tipptom
    I have recently made a raised circular bed in my lawn approx 15 ft in diameter. nothing has been planted... (More)
    Use a combination of a few shrubs, perennial flowers and bulbs.Shrubs will give structure year round.... (More)
  • 4 July 2015 - nealohara
    I've been searching high and low for this in Ireland but it appears this isn't grown by nurseries here.... (More)
    Have never seen this for sale as it is not very hardy... but might survive in very mild areas on a wall.It... (More)
  • 3 July 2015 - henlen
    a lot of the garden is covered with grass, as high as 3 foot. I think I get the strimmer & cut the grass... (More)
    Cut the tall grass down and take it away to the compost heap.Cover the soil in the area with black polythene... (More)
  • 1 July 2015 - Greenville
    I have a ditch at the end of my garden with whitethorn trees growing along it. The slope of the ditch... (More)
    Ferns, epimedium, vinca and hardy geraniums should help to fill gaps, planted in autumn and watered in... (More)
  • 30 June 2015 - Madra
    I would like an identification of these two weed grasses. The first one could be scutch grass but I am... (More)
    Scutch grass is not a weed of mown lawn.The first woolly grass is Yorkshire fog, the second looks like... (More)
  • 30 June 2015 - evacork
    my neighbour has asked me to water his pepper plants in his green house whilst he is abroad however the... (More)
    Yes, just keep them nicely moist. They probably have enough feeding for now anyway. (More)
  • 29 June 2015 - smuck
    I have 2 hazelnut trees in my garden, there are small shoots growing at the bottom of the trees, could... (More)
    Usually those suckers do not have their own roots but if you find they have, or if you pile up some soil... (More)
  • 25 June 2015 - Kathleen 1
    My Leylandii hedge is turning brown like if it's dying. Can you tell me what might be wrong it's about... (More)
    Leyland cyress can turn brown for a variety of reasons.If the whole tree, part of a hedge, turns brown,... (More)

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