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Gill Greetham's forum posts

Total number of forum posts: 27


Re: Best plant to go in front of rudbeckia

from Gill Greetham

Try some Lysimachia Firecracker, they also grow tall ( 2' with yellow flowers and have lovely brown/red leaves so make a great contract or you could try Saxifrage peter pan at ground level yellow and pink flowers or primula vialli which are amazing, drumstick primulas or oridnary primulas, hope all this helps ;-)

  • Posted: Sat. 14th June 2014 14:35

Snail/ Slug Eggs

from Gill Greetham

Is it unusual to find snail/slug eggs inside a bag of potting compost, have to say my immediate reaction is to dump the lot ! but what a waste of money.... I have googled snail/slug eggs and cant tell the difference from the pictures but they were definitely what were in the bag.

  • Posted: Sat. 14th June 2014 14:29
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Raised beds and Rhubarb

from Gill Greetham

Please can someone help, I am thinking about growing my rhubarb which is currently in the vegtable garden to a rhubarb specific raised bed anyone any thoughts - negative or postive as to whether this would work, look forward to your replies, thanks Gill

  • Posted: Tue. 23rd July 2013 14:26
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Re: Help!!

from Gill Greetham

Hi Elaine the photograph is of the same plant, just the one on the right shows the "flowerhead" and is taken slightly closer up,

  • Posted: Thu. 13th June 2013 18:45

Re: New garden

from Gill Greetham

The one on the right is a hellebore

  • Posted: Thu. 13th June 2013 17:36

Help!!

from Gill Greetham

Please can someone help identify this plant, I have two that have appeared in a perennial border, I am thinking they may well be weeds, but would seek confirmation please any help would be really appreciated, Thanks in advance Gill

  • Posted: Thu. 13th June 2013 17:32
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Re: Can anyone tell me what this plant is

from Gill Greetham

I have to say I agree it could be a foxglove and may be a wind borne seed rather than a planted one. Gill

  • Posted: Thu. 13th June 2013 12:24