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Old 3rd July 2015, 17:26   #1 (permalink)
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Everything is running late up here (Scotland) but after a few nice days the flowers are erupting. Even my lettuce and Parsley is coming on now.
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Re: Not wild life...Gardening

I've got what might be some prize winning dandelions in my garden, even chopping the heads off once a week with the lawn mower doesn't deter them they just come right back as if to say 'NO WAY' will you get rid of us, now after 15 years I have finally conceded and decided to save the fortune that I used to spend on weed killer.

So now I have a nature garden with a bit of cut grass just to keep me from getting lost when I survey my domain (all 30 feet of it)

When I was a teenager I actually used to like gardening but somehow I just got side-tracked as I grew up and now just don't have the inclination, but do admire other peoples and the effort they must put into them.

But Juco, very nice.
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Love gardening, in the UK would have fish pond and wildlife pond, Bamboos were my thing, one species regularly grew, 35 feet in six weeks, now living in Turkey am growing, grape , Bananas, Apple , lemon, Orange , pomegranate, fig, strawberry and chocolate trees, guava, still doing Bamboo , Mexican fan palms, the list is endless, just love it.
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Rumpole whats the best type of bamboo for Scotland, looking for something quick growing in a couple of large tubs.
And where best to purchase, online/garden centre?
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Love gardening, in the UK would have fish pond and wildlife pond, Bamboos were my thing, one species regularly grew, 35 feet in six weeks, now living in Turkey am growing, grape , Bananas, Apple , lemon, Orange , pomegranate, fig, strawberry and chocolate trees, guava, still doing Bamboo , Mexican fan palms, the list is endless, just love it.
These chocolate trees, are the Cadburys or Terrys all gold?
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Chocolate Tree? I want one - or maybe more than one.
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Kemerkid, chocolate trees, grow fruit that taste like, chocolate, honest,

Juco, bamboosa Aurura, fast growing not invasive can split by sawing clumps,into half , growing season in northern England, March, April, May, during which need daily water lots off and weekly feed of general fertilizer.

In pots will not grow as tall unless pot is big big big and will need daily water, grow more is good or miracle grow for pots, good garden centres will have but in early season B & Q do them at half the price

Hope this helps,

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