Growing anything? 🌱

I’ve just bought some cress. Figured start easy, then go from there.

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all the best with your cress

I just managed to keep a basil plant alive for like 5 months, before going on holiday and neglecting it killed it last week. Bought a new one on Friday, aiming for 6 months with this one.

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2 x sunflowers
2 x basil

Didn’t grow

Chives
Sage
Mint

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Our apple trees are starting to come through


Got pumpkins (just flowering atm) and grapes (sort of post-flower pre-fruit stage) and some potted toms (tiny, green) too. Really nice to have a garden, and in-laws are a huge help with it too.

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Thank you!!

Will be rooting for you and your basil my love!

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Oh this is EXCELLENT. Lovely contribution, thank you and good luck!

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tried growing chilli plants but forgot about them tbh

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Gf told me a tip for growng basil but… I cant remember what it was.

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@Avery recently grew some pretty flowers

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Loads.

Broccoli (featuring cat)

Broad beans

Sage

Mint

Rosemary

Check out my cucumber

Plus some other stuff that I can’t remember what it is.

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More and more bitter.

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Evening, officer

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Your garden is lovely!!
Size of that cuc as well, good for you!

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Wish I had a garden :cry: but we have a ridiculous number of houseplants

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Same </3
Congratulations on keeping the house plants alive though! That’s something I’ve never managed.
Got an orchid on the go but I’ve only had it a week so not managed to kill it off yet.

A whole garden of stuff that’s half thriving half dying. Can’t figure a lot of it out tbh. Rose bushes are looking great though.

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This is the good corner, the rest is a bit more…let’s say ‘wild’

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Oh that’s beautiful :heart:
I do believe our dear friend xylo is yer man if you want rose advice but it doesn’t look like you need any!

They are a bit wild and untamed but I like it that way. We have a small patch at the front of our house as well which I want to make really nice but is challenging because it gets so much strong sun. Next year’s project I think :thinking:

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Broccoli is doing well this year.

Potatoes are taking over.

Beetroots

Onions

Got some tiddly pears

Apples

Loads of mint tea this year

Blueberries and strawberries

Peas

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