Horticultural questions and answers 11th November - Topics include: Overwintering gladioli, White fly on brassicas, Quick growing hedges for small gardens, Pruning pyracantha, Growing tree peonies, Patio fruit trees
Horticultural questions and answers 8th February 2013 - topics include: How to grow bamboo, flowers for a wedding bouquet, how to protect cabbages, germinating Acanthus mollis, growing blueberries in containers, how to grow tree peonies from seed.
This page provides advice on how to prune camelias. March is the time to prune your Camellia, as soon as the flowers fade. Remove any dead growth first, and then trim each stem back to a healthy outward facing bud to shape the plant and remove the faded blooms. Reduce the long stems at the top of…
Horticultural question and answer session with our horticultural expert Sue Foster. Topics include: Pests and Diseases, when to harvest autumn planted potatoes, when to plant arum lilies, black bamboo cultivation tips, overwintering burgundy shamrock, runner beans.
Horticultural questions and answers 7th February 2014 - topics include: Moving Oriental Poppies, Growing plants from old seeds, Layering a climbing Hydrangea, Moving Asparagus crowns, Overwintering cactus.
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Horticultural questions and answers 22nd February 2013 - topics include: Growing Hibiscus, pruning a hardy fuchsia, repotting clematis, pruning clematis, daffodil blindness, outdoor tomato varieties, growing Bougainvillea in the UK, lily bulbs sprouting early.
Why not try something a little bit different, and grow your own mushrooms? Mushroom growing may seem complicated but our mushroom dowels, mushroom spawn and complete mushroom growing kits all provide full instructions and everything you will need to grow your own mushrooms - no specialist equipment…
Find out how Thompson & Morgan grow and send your plants and seeds. See pictures of our different size plug plants to help you make your decision.
Late blight is a serious and widespread disease of the Solanaceae family. It is often called potato blight or tomato blight as it particularly affects these crops, and can destroy a tomato or potato crop in as little as 10 days. However the causal pathogen is the same. This destructive fungal…
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Horticultural Questions and answers 10th January 2014 - topics include: Pruning clematis armandii, Planting lily bulbs, Growing Phalaenopsis orchids, Transplanting Colchicums, Holly tree dropping leaves, Kitting out a greenhouse.
Horticultural questions and answers 14th June 2013 - topics include: Mandevilla not flowering, aphids on apple trees, Oleander toxicity, sweet rocket changing colour, ground cover lilies height, controlling lily beetle, yellowing leaves on sweet peas, how to grow lavender from seed, how to prune…
This page provides advice on how to check whether you have honey fungus on your abutilon plants.
Horticultural questions and Answers 28th October - Topics include: Overwintering aeoniums, Replanting hedges, Planting tulips for spring, Lifting begonia tubers, Growing alpine strawberries
Horticultural questions and answers 4th May 2012 - topics include: Frosted hydrangeas, Growing leeks, Russell Hybrid Lupins, Organic tomato fertilisers, Controlling dicentra
This page provides advice on how to get rid of Russian vine weed in your garden. As you have probably found, Russian Vine (Fallopia baldschuanica) can be very invasive¦its other common name is Mile-a-Minute plant! Firstly, cut the plant back hard to just a few feet above ground level.
Known as the New Zealand Yam, Oca is an unusual member of the Oxalis family that has long been grown in the Andes for its nutritionally rich tubers with a tangy lemon flavour that becomes nuttier once cooked.
Horticultural questions and answers 25th January 2013 - topics include: bulbs for damp shady lawns, safe plants to plant near a fish pond, how to grow agapanthus from seed, growing agapanthus in Scotland, when to divide agapanthus.
Peter Lewis writes about campanula varieties which deserve to be grown more widely. Campanulas, also know as bellflowers, are old garden favourites.
What to sow in August: winter-flowering pansies, violas, annual poppies, cornflower, calendula, winter lettuce, salad vegetables, quick-maturing carrots¦
Clematis plants are often classified according to their pruning requirements. Read our 'how to' guide to find out the correct time for pruning clematis.
Horticultural questions and answers 8th March 2013 - topics include: How to take Daphne cuttings, filling raised beds with topsoil, what to do with leftover grit and vermiculite, when does rhubarb start growing in the spring, how to improve heavy clay soil, growing Wisteria in a tree.
Horticultural questions and answers 24th February - topics include: Controlling gooseberry sawfly, Growing brassicas, Propagating spring bulbs from seed, Stratifying sweet cicely seeds, Repotting a camellia
Horticultural questions and answers 4th October 2013 - topics include: Over-wintering variegated Azara serrata cuttings, Azara microphylla not flowering, how deep to plant tulips, planting autumn shallot sets, mutated sweet corn, how to grow perennial plug plants in autumn, over-wintering Azaleas.
Fresh peas picked straight from the garden are a revelation! Watch our how to grow peas video now to find out just how easy it is, all the information you need
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Horticultural questions and answers 17th May 2013 - topics include: How to grow Acacia dealbata in the UK, Lily bulbs not growing, How to grow drumstick Primulas (Primula denticulata), Buddleja 'Buzz' growth.
This page provides advice on leaf curl on tomato plants. Leaf curling is quite a common complaint on tomatoes and there are many causes including environmental stresses and transplant shock. Some varieties even curl their leaves naturally...
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This video details instructions of how to setup an automated drip irrigation system to water your plants
Horticultural questions and answers 20th April 2012 - topics include: germinating streptocarpus from seed, growing asparagus, moving peony plants, cutting back daffodils after flowering, rejuvenating poinsettia.
This page provides advice on the best way to get rid of dandelions in your lawn. Dandelions are hard to kill as they have a deep taproot and self-seed prolifically.
Bedding plants don't have to be all limp, lacklustre marigolds and petunias. There's a wealth of newer, strong-growing varieties to transform your beds and borders into a reliable carnival of colour, from summer and beyond.