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Pamela Leech's forum posts

Total number of forum posts: 9


Cut Flower Borders

from Pamela Leech

Hi there!
Are you thinking of adding a section on good plants for flower cutting borders?
Thanks
Pamela

  • Posted: Thu. 18th September 2014 08:57

Re: Re: Help in identifying this plant

from Pamela Leech

Oops - sorry...Samantha Jane!

Pamela

  • Posted: Tue. 15th July 2014 17:09

Re: Help in identifying this plant

from Pamela Leech

Hi Anthony

I agree with Sarah Jane that this is a geum. It looks very similar to my one called Mrs Bradshaw. Is it tangeriney or more red than that?

Pamela

  • Posted: Tue. 15th July 2014 17:08

planting purple sprouting broccoli

from Pamela Leech

The Shoot plant guidance does not say when to plant seeds of broccoli. I have found it on the RHS website, but it would be useful to have the info all in one place.

Thanks

Pamela

  • Posted: Sun. 22nd December 2013 15:38

Re: Can anyone put a name to this plant

from Pamela Leech

Hi there! I had a similar problem trying to identify this plant in my garden. I spent ages trawling through gardening websites and Google images and I now think it is a musk mallow, Malva moschata 'Alba'

  • Posted: Fri. 19th July 2013 07:08

Adding plants to an existing plant list

from Pamela Leech

I have recently joined and I'm having fun with all the new options but one thing I just can't work out is how do I add plants I had forgotten to my imported plant list. Does anyone know how to add new plants to the list without having to import it again with the new plants added? Thanks

  • Posted: Mon. 15th July 2013 16:49

Re: Novice gardener

from Pamela Leech

I wonder if the last one is a foxglove. My photo is a little blurred and I'm not sure how big it is. Failing that, some sort of primula or cowslip? However, I'm a novice too!

  • Posted: Sat. 11th May 2013 18:56

Re: Novice gardener

from Pamela Leech

The middle one......a wallflower?

  • Posted: Sat. 11th May 2013 18:51

Re: Novice gardener

from Pamela Leech

Could the first one be an abutilon? It looks lovely and healthy!

  • Posted: Sat. 11th May 2013 18:50