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  • 20 January 2017 - Chris109
    Can you help, our pear tree produced fruit fine for a couple of years but in the last few years, it blossoms... (More)
    This is damage caused by pear leaf blister mite, a tiny mite that feeds inlarge numbers on the leaves,... (More)
  • 19 January 2017 - Else
    I had some hedges planted & they look very bad. He planted 2 sizes in the front. The smaller plants... (More)
    The hedging plants are struggling and there are various reasons why this might be the case: how they... (More)
  • 18 January 2017 - DonFoley
    I was wondering what would be a suitable plant for my Kitchen. I'm thinking of the fumes etc that are... (More)
    The normal 'fumes' of a kitchen are harmless to plants, though grease can descend, but these are vegetable... (More)
  • 18 January 2017 - henlen
    The weather has been dry for a while now and it seems likely to continue. Should I water some of my container... (More)
    It is important to keep shrubs in containers watered during winter, even when there is rain because rain... (More)
  • 14 January 2017 - greenbutterfly
    Can I grow sweet potatoes in a polytunnel in Ireland. where can I get the sweet potato sl... (More)
    Sweet potato can be grown in a tunnel in rich soil. Try Johnstown for slips. (More)
  • 13 January 2017 - 130120171
    My question is: I would like to create a wildflower meadow in the 4-acre riverside sheltered field that... (More)
    Treat the area as a wet meadow, allowing whatever widlflowers are present to show themselves.This means... (More)
  • 10 January 2017 - Daria
    Magnolia buds being eaten? (More)
    Unclear in the photo you sne, the most likely explanation is the damage was done by snails in the autumn... (More)
  • 7 January 2017 - ElizaB
    I'm wondering what annuals to plant for the best cut flowers for an informal wedding. (More)
    Trying to grow flowers for a wedding is practically doomed to failure, because timing so difficult. Professional... (More)
  • 18 December 2016 - Hugh P
    I have peace Lily for 25 years its leaves have started to turn yellow and die. (More)
    Something must be different...possibly watering. Unless there are vine weevil grubs eating the roots... (More)
  • 13 December 2016 - DonFoley
    When I was younger the seasons were defined as for example Nov, Dec & Jan. were winter. But I think that... (More)
    Yes, I would agree. AUtumn has expanded, December is early winter. January is later winter. February... (More)

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