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 on: March 23, 2017, 06:56:17 AM 
Started by Julez231 - Last post by home2come
 Grin

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 on: March 21, 2017, 03:08:55 PM 
Started by maydaylive - Last post by maydaylive
Hello
A group of student filmmakers are visiting from Berlin, looking at how residents meet their own needs through creative action; using the space they have available.
Would love to meet up with some gardeners in Detroit - want to talk with you about why you do what you do. You don't have to be on camera, just want to meet up.

thanks

Helen Maynard
helmay@umich.edu

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 on: March 15, 2017, 03:33:21 AM 
Started by Richard _001 - Last post by beautypd
thank you everyone  Cheesy

 4 
 on: March 13, 2017, 03:26:10 PM 
Started by dorisamurray - Last post by dorisamurray
Need suggestion on buying wheelbarrows.

This site provides reviews on best wheelbarrow. Can i trust them?

 5 
 on: March 13, 2017, 03:23:55 PM 
Started by dorisamurray - Last post by dorisamurray
Need suggestion on buying wheelbarrows.

Gardenever.com provides wheelbarrow reviews. Can i trust them?

 6 
 on: March 13, 2017, 03:16:55 PM 
Started by hannahenderby - Last post by dorisamurray
Would love to help you. PM me.

Check my website www.gardenever.com for my writings on gardening!

Cheers.

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 on: March 13, 2017, 03:08:02 PM 
Started by quietearth - Last post by dorisamurray
It indeed is. Much appreciated.
Loved the resources shared by all here.
I an recommend a specialized web resource ( www.gardenever.com ) who only focuses on wheelbarrows,
provides great wheelbarrow reviews

 8 
 on: February 23, 2017, 06:32:03 AM 
Started by Jessica leo - Last post by Jessica leo
Which Peonies to Get
Figuring out which peonies to get depends on your needs. Here are some ways of figuring out what kind of peony you should get:
Award winners: peonies that have won medals at gardening shows
Bad weather: peonies that can stand up to rain & wind, or to lots of heat
Bloom time: you want peonies that flower at certain times during the blooming season
Botanical type: you choose them by botanical type (particular species or hybrid)
Cheap: you want inexpensive peonies
Colour: you want white, pink, red, coral, or yellow peonies
Fade resistant: peonies that won't fade in bright sunshine
Form: you want peony flowers of a particular shape (single, double, Japanese, etc.)
Fragrance: you want really fragrant (or, perhaps, completely unscented) peonies
Heights: you want peonies of a certain height
My Favourites: my list of favourite peonies
No staking: peonies that don't need support
Wild things: peonies that are close to their wild forms (i.e. species peonies)
Where to Get Peonies

If you're lucky, you have a source of free peonies. Otherwise you'll have to buy them like everybody else:
Free Peonies

People who have peonies will sometimes "divide" them. In other words, if the peonies are getting too large and starting to crowd each other, the roots can be dug up (in early fall) and divided. Some of the root divisions go back in the ground. Others can be given to family, friends, and neighbours.
If you are lucky enough to know someone who is giving away peony divisions (also called root stock), you have a source of free peonies. Just plant them according to the instructions I provide in the section on Planting Peonies, and you are all set.

Where to Buy Peonies

You can buy peonies at any nursery, garden centre, or large hardware store. They are sold either as root stock (i.e. pieces or divisions of peony roots), or as already potted plants.
In addition, there are many nurseries that specialize in growing and selling peonies.

Info@paeoniarockii.com

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 on: February 22, 2017, 09:49:10 PM 
Started by flower43 - Last post by ton up
Will be in Liverpool for the weekend soon. Hope to do some gg.

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 on: February 16, 2017, 10:24:40 PM 
Started by tampopo - Last post by ton up
I've been so busy with work and that, I didn't get round to a lot of stuff last year. In fact, these are last year's sweetpeas. hopefully they'l thrive



The one on the left looks very healthy. Poisoners come along around the middle of June. With a bit of luck, these'll last till then.




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