|73yearsyoung, 13 May 2005|
I like to grow lots of basil, which thrives in direct sun. Unfortunately the
snails love it too...
|Babs, 07 August 2005|
I had 2 Kiwi vines, male and female which I planted 3 years ago. They have
never done very well and the Male has just died. I am considering replacing it
but would like to know more about their care first. What sort of position they
like, feeding,watering and how far apart they should be planted. Hope someone
can help. Thank you Babs
|beetle, 26 July 2005|
Do you have to be quite skilled to put decking in youself? I have never tried
anything like this, but would love to do it myself. Will I ruin my backyard?!!
|beetle, 16 September 2005|
Hello to anon 9 th Aug- I am very interested in what you are saying about
planting and astrology - is there any place that we can get more information -
or could you keep us in touch?
|belle, 24 May 2005|
|belle, 17 June 2005|
Honey- I know what you mean, all I have been able to do it place a wooden ledge
along the base of the garden, but I find the soil still runs down to the ledge
and away from the plants. We are all hapy for the rain.
|belle, 13 January 2006|
Hi everyone! I am going to rent out my home in the middle of this year and I
have just spent the last year buliding up my back yeard. It is not large but I
am really concerned that the tenants may not water it. Question- what would be
a budgetwatering system that i could put in place that would make it easy for
them? I don't have that much money....
|belle, 20 July 2006|
Help! I have a beautiful succulent outside in my front garden, it is usually
strong and green, but the frost is burning it back so much. Any suggestions
please please please?
|Bernie, 12 September 2006|
I'm looking for a good ground cover for spring. Any ideas??
|Carlo, 10 April 2005|
So it is the moderator that creates these subjects for discussion.
Gardening is going strong here in the mountains. Budding roses and just
generally cleaning up any plants that have come to the end of their useful
life. It is very dry and watering continues. It is the time to feed roses and
anything else that will become dormant during winter. Allowing these plants to
gather more food into their roots, rest and then burst out into the world at
full revs when spring comes along.
The yellow carpet that lies beneath many trees is the harbinger of winter, just
like the flame robin who has also been seen at odd times recently.
There must be many people out there that have something to impart on this
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