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Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 18th February 2011

…neighbours dogs!) Answer: Hi Emma. You are not alone with this problem and in my experience they will use just about anything as a toilet - even pot plants! There are many repellents available that are claimed to deter cats including orange or lemon scents which cats dislike the smell of. The home…

Facebook questions December 12th

…these little plants now before planting the Hyacinths. Be warned it will take several years before the little bulbs grow big enough to produce flowers! The bulbs should quite easily snap off from the parent plant. Plant them upright at a depth of 2.5cm (1 inch) in trays or pots of multipurpose…

How to grow bedding plants

…and planted out once they've rooted into their pots or module trays. How to plant Most bedding plants prefer a position in full sun but there a few which will thrive in shade - see our 'Plants for Shade' article for suitable annual and biennial plants. Only plant out half-hardy bedding plants once…

Handling Small Seeds

…suit the plants. For example, if you are raising summer bedding plants like lobelia and begonias you can prick out into deep seed trays, or half-size trays for small quantities. Pot plants could be pricked out into individual containers like Jiffy 7s or 3in (7.5cm) pots, and hardy plants like…