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Bees and Hoverflies

are loving the Sedums in the garden ... Helianthus 'Lemon Queen' is another flower...

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shirley_tulip

14 Sep, 2019
Shirley_tulip

Colour left in my garden

My main borders are a mess so I'm showing only my good bits Rather like this fuchsia,...

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bornagain

14 Sep, 2019
Bornagain

Another project.

I know I haven’t been around for a while(due to ill health) but I have been gardening...

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spritzhenry

13 Sep, 2019
Spritzhenry

Some pretties flowering on my birthday 12th Sept

Flowering at the moment Been looking out for this one Aster Violetta not done...

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daylily

13 Sep, 2019
Daylily

2 Amaryllidaceae

After several months of neglect, I have 2 members of the Amaryllidaceae family coming...

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wylieintheazores

12 Sep, 2019
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Thanks D, we have a Wilko a couple of miles away.

On question - Sorry, toms again

 

My fig trees have recovered and are growing well after transplanting 2 years ago.😀

On photo - Fig trees

 

No idea how to resize Sg lol:-)

 

Sounds like they are greenfly. At this time of year they are producing winged males and females so they can lay over wintering eggs.

any chance of a photo sunbeam.

 

just had a go with a photo from an email and one from my camera card.
when I have resized it I then go to the close x button top right. it then asks me if I want to save. I say yes then it allows me to chose the folder and give it a new name.

yes a young person will do it in a jiffy.

 

yes repot into bigger pots. you can do it now as they are in pots. you don't say how big the camellias are but I would certainly go for 12" pots with fresh ericaceous compost.
you will get the odd yellowing leaves through out the year this is normal.
don't let them dry out.

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