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Cuprinole Ducks Back is very good to use

- but not very good to save. I had half a tin left over, well sealed, in the greenhouse from...

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dianebulley

3 Sep, 2016
Dianebulley

"New" Gardeners' World

Well after months of moving the time of Gardeners' World around or cancelling it...

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AndrewR

2 Sep, 2016
Andrewr

Ornamental Grasses In Early September!

Yes, the grasses have established well in the year or so since they were planted....

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paulspatch

2 Sep, 2016
Paulspatch

To get a good display of Iris flowers in your garden

next year-now is the time to be kind to them. They are expensive to buy, but easy...

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dianebulley

2 Sep, 2016
Dianebulley

One Summer's Evening

One night recently, I saw a beautiful flower opening right in front of my eyes. I...

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hywel

2 Sep, 2016
Hywel

Well Its Gone Now , I have a New Border.....

Continuation of work down what for years has been the dogrun, I just couldn't leave...

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lincslass

1 Sep, 2016
Lincslass

Gingering up the border

Do you ‘do’ orange in the garden? It can be a difficult colour to place, especially...

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AndrewR

1 Sep, 2016
Andrewr

Anemone Wild Swan for Honeysuckle

Helle Honeysuckle This is a photograph of the Anemone Wild Swan. Which I described...

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marjories

1 Sep, 2016
Marjories

Summer Heat (and humidity)

I really don't like the summer heat and humidity, and I look forward to September...

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wylieintheazores

1 Sep, 2016
Wylieinthea..

Mystery footsteps

Upon my return from holiday I find these footsteps in my lawn? Have not used any...

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amsterdam

1 Sep, 2016
Amsterdam

Garden visits

Recently visited Wollerton Old Hall Gardens and Dorothy Clive (D.C)Gardens. Wow!...

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amsterdam

1 Sep, 2016
Amsterdam