What to do with fallen apples before they rot with David Domoney
There’s no greater sight when you look at your fruit-bearing trees to see them laden with fruit. It’s one of the joys of growing fruit in your garden. But natural drop or windy conditions can sometimes lead to a mass of fallen apples, that are rotten or bruised. So, what do you do with a mass of rotting fallen apples?
Sweet peas are a great all-rounder in the garden. With delicate flowers with a delightful fragrance and climbing habit, they’re great when grown up against wigwams and garden canes. Their habit makes them fantastic for any size garden, even small spaces. They lend themselves to cottage-style plots. I grew mine using a range of Mr Fothergill's varieties.
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What to do with Rose Hips - David Domoney explains
Roses are one of the UK's favourite flowers. Though in recent years their popularity has fallen back as many people believe them to be difficult plants to care for.
As someone who has been dealing with plants for more than 40 years, I believe that roses are plants that we can grow. If you have been lucky enough to own an established rose, you may wonder what do you do with the hips, in this video, I give you some simple ideas.
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Sunflower seeds bring so much joy to our gardens. Sunflowers are happy, summery flowers and so easy to grow. They are a great garden project for children and adults alike. Kids love a competition to see who can grow the tallest sunflower!
Sunflowers are tall plants with big daisy-like flowers that come in yellow and red tones. They have brown centres that turn black as they develop into seed heads. They tilt their flower heads to follow the sun around the sky during the day.