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Denise Bragg's forum posts

Total number of forum posts: 9


Courgettes

from Denise Bragg

Once courgettes have flowered and started producing, is it ok to remove some of the large leaves?

  • Posted: Tue. 2nd August 2011 16:11
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Beetroot leaves

from Denise Bragg

Yet again, after years of trying, I have beautiful beetroot leaves but no beetroots! Can I eat the leaves?

  • Posted: Thu. 14th July 2011 15:47
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Re: Re: Courgettes

from Denise Bragg

Thank you for your reply. It was most helpful and I feel a lot happier now!

  • Posted: Thu. 9th June 2011 14:49

Courgettes

from Denise Bragg

The flowers opening on my courgettes all seem to male - do the female flowers come later?

  • Posted: Tue. 7th June 2011 15:54
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Oak trees

from Denise Bragg

I have 6-8 baby oak trees, in a pot, grown from acorns for the Grandchildren. I cannot plant them as my garden is far to small. Is there somewhere I can donate them to?

  • Posted: Sat. 3rd July 2010 12:46

Re: Re: Courgette polination

from Denise Bragg

Thanks for the reply. I live in the West Midlands, and they're coming along quite well - I've already picked 2 small ones! ( I'm the only one who likes them!)

  • Posted: Thu. 24th June 2010 07:16

Courgette polination

from Denise Bragg

The male courgette flowers open wide but the female ones are curled up so I find I can't polinate them. Any solutions?

  • Posted: Wed. 23rd June 2010 08:01
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salads and veggies

from Denise Bragg

When I grow carrots,beetroots and radishes from seed, they germinate well and grow well but never develop anything much under the soil. I have tried different composts and fertilisers etc. Where am I going wrong?

  • Posted: Tue. 11th May 2010 10:59
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courgettes

from Denise Bragg

Courgettes have grown well from seed and look ready to go into big pots outside. Is it too eary? I live in the West Midlands.

  • Posted: Thu. 6th May 2010 09:50
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