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Finding help videos

Question from Jane Pimm

I recently found a long list of Shoot videos - really helpful - now I can't find it??

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  • Posted: Thu. 4th March 2021 09:24
  • Last reply: Thu. 4th March 2021 11:15

Finding uploaded files

Question from Jane Pimm

I have successfully uploaded PDF files into My Gardens but now I can't find them...

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  • Posted: Tue. 23rd February 2021 13:02
  • Last reply: Tue. 23rd February 2021 13:08

Editing plant list

Question from Jane Pimm

How do I edit the quantity of plants in my list?

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  • Posted: Tue. 23rd February 2021 12:58
  • Last reply: Tue. 23rd February 2021 13:05

Managing plant lists

Question from Jane Pimm

Is there a quick easy way to move plants from 'plants I want' to 'plants I have' and vice versa?

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  • Posted: Mon. 22nd February 2021 15:29
  • Last reply: Tue. 23rd February 2021 13:00

Can any figure out what euphorbia this is please

Question from Toni curtis

This us a euphorbia it looks like or is the euphorbia polychroma but not sure.. the leaves i have are very velvety to touch. And has a lovley yellow flowwr

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  • Posted: Sun. 16th August 2020 10:37
  • Last reply: Tue. 23rd February 2021 13:10

Buddleia 'Nanho Purple'

Question from Patrick Hearse

Can anyone help me with my Buddleia. It was struggling in early March so I re potted it. Since then it has started to go but very 'lanky'. Do I need to put stakes in, or does it need 'bushing out'?

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  • Posted: Sat. 11th July 2020 18:26
  • Last reply: Tue. 14th July 2020 21:45

Find a climber

Question from Mrs M Moisey

I am a new member and would like some advice please regarding what climber might be suitable to grow on the side wall of the house, which is in semi-shade. It should be an evergreen, height up to a maximum of 7-8 feet, tidy habit and not protrude out too far from the wall because of the restricted path, with a long flowering period, with pink or mauve blooms. Any suggestions would be most welcome.

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  • Posted: Wed. 6th May 2020 14:15

dead heading

General post from Darren Cannell

if and when do you dead head harmony orchids

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  • Posted: Thu. 16th April 2020 10:31

Safety info - Re Laurels

Question from Tara

Good afternoon, I have a child's nursery and we have a beautiful garden and allotment. However, I have since been told that they are very poisonous to children. They are beautiful and I really don't wan to have them removed but I have to put child safety first. Can anyone advise any further info about the safety of these.

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  • Posted: Mon. 29th July 2019 18:09
  • Last reply: Mon. 29th July 2019 19:09

Making garden wheelchair accessible

Comment from John

Hi All - new to the site. I'm a wheelchair user and I have recently moved house to a bungalow with a large back garden (approx 14m x 40m) it is split into 2 parts the front half being mainly lawn with flower beds and the back half largely neglected. It was pretty easy to get around it in the long dry summer we had but the minute the ground is wet I cannot use my wheelchair in the garden as there are no suitable paths. I will need to have paths built around the front half and have some of the beds raised so I can access them from my wheelchair so I am starting to look at landscaping the front section for my needs and trying my best to come up with some designs. I had planned to turn the back half into an "allotment" area with a greenhouse and raised beds for veg growing etc if I can afford it at sometime but my budget is very tight sadly. Also I had thought about sharing the back area with gardeners in the area who don't have access to there own gardeners but I'm unsure how to do this at the moment as I need to sort the front access out first. I live in the South of England near the coast.
Best wishes all
John

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  • Posted: Mon. 4th March 2019 11:11
  • Last reply: Mon. 4th March 2019 19:07