Gardeners!

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Tin Pot, 17 Aug 2017.

  1. Poacher

    Poacher Gravitationally challenged member

    Location:
    Nottingham
    Epiphyllum "Appeal" putting on a fine display this year.
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  2. Poacher

    Poacher Gravitationally challenged member

    Location:
    Nottingham
    Garlic mimicking grebes.
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  3. Heltor Chasca

    Heltor Chasca Out-Riding the Black Dog

    Scapes. Cook and eat them. Yum.
     
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  4. Hicky

    Hicky Veteran

    I've two fennel plants, they've gone barmy, so much so I've chopped the other back.
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  5. Hicky

    Hicky Veteran

    A few images of the garden from our new house. Heavily scarified the lawn as it was full of thatch hence the new toy for my feet.
    Son number two helping build the fencing. He’s very interested in learning practical skills. Also the first of our raspberry haul...mmm
     

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  6. randynewmanscat

    randynewmanscat Senior Member

    I read this after researching what the monstrosity was that I had returned to, I laughed for some time.
     
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  7. Jenkins

    Jenkins Guru

    Location:
    Felixstowe
    Another plant to be identified please. They're around 3' tall, and have a vibrant red flower. I got a load of them cheap from an online catalogue years ago and can't remember what they are - one of my neighbours was asking as this is the first time in a few years that they've not been flattened by strong winds or heavy rain
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  8. Tail End Charlie

    Tail End Charlie Guru

    Location:
    Altrincham
    Crocosmia Lucifer. Great plant.
     
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  9. Jenkins

    Jenkins Guru

    Location:
    Felixstowe
    Many thanks @Tail End Charlie
     
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  10. Tail End Charlie

    Tail End Charlie Guru

    Location:
    Altrincham
    Sheer fluke, I just happened to log on when you'd posted. Normally a thread is several pages long before I see it!
     
  11. randynewmanscat

    randynewmanscat Senior Member

    This is what happens when you plant courgettes and other squashes too close for daily inspection. Being away from home for a few days does not help. I normally eat the courgette when they are sausage size. I stuffed a couple of the less scary ones but the flesh is a bit marrow like for my taste. These are in the composter now.
     

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