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Julie Macavoy's forum posts

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Identifying Plants

from Julie Macavoy

Would it be possible for the identifying plants area of the forum to show the photos of the plants within the list? This way you can scroll down and if you see something you are familiar with, you can reply. At the moment I have to open each post to see the photos. Also could there be a 'Next post' to go directly to the next plant to be identified?

  • Posted: Mon. 23rd April 2018 21:32

Re: Re: Plants for very shallow soil

from Julie Macavoy

Thanks Carol. Your suggestions look great. I'll definitely be getting all of those suggestions.

  • Posted: Tue. 17th October 2017 12:16

Plants for very shallow soil

from Julie Macavoy

I'm having my patio re-laid with the intention of extending my border with some plants. However, when they removed the existing flags, there was a massive concrete layer underneath. I cannot get it removed, too big and costly, so I intend to just soil over it. The soil depth will be about 2 inches (50cms). Can anyone suggest some plants that will cope with such shallow soil? I like flowering plants, maybe some ground cover ones. The border will be in sunshine until early afternoon and I don't particularly want to have to keep watering it so maybe something that copes with dry conditions, too. Am I asking too much? If I can't find anything, I'll probably have to resort to gravel and pot plants on top. Thanks, Julie

  • Posted: Mon. 16th October 2017 17:24
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Photos on my account

from Julie Macavoy

Some of the photos that I've uploaded to my account are wrongly orientated. Is there any way to correct this?

  • Posted: Fri. 3rd March 2017 20:57
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More than one layout?

from Julie Macavoy

I've done a design of my garden using your software but I'm looking to redesign the garden and try out a few ideas. Is it possible to have more than one design?

  • Posted: Fri. 3rd March 2017 20:54
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Hello From Julie

from Julie Macavoy

I used this website a while ago just to try and identify a plant/weed. Spring is in the air and I've just subscribed as I'd like to really get to work on my garden this year. I've been here about a year and a half and I'm looking to identify what plants I've got and get some ideas to redesign the garden (I'm hating the long straight path down the middle and the mismatched paving). Despite having a garden for 30 years, I still consider myself a novice and this garden is the biggest and most mature garden I've had so it's quite a challenge to know where to start.

  • Posted: Fri. 3rd March 2017 20:52
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Plant or weed

from Julie Macavoy

I moved into my house less than a year ago and I'm still trying to identify some of the plants. This one is prolific. It died off in the winter but has regrown in the spring and is everywhere in my borders. It has only recently started to flower.
Can you help please? Is it a plant or weed? I live in the north of England if that helps.
Julie

  • Posted: Sun. 8th May 2016 17:23
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