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Dying Cherry trees

Does anyone have any idea what might be causing the thinning foliage and poor flowering of several cherry tree varieties including autumnalis and Armanagowa.Also Robinia Frisia which I have noticed dying in several different gardens in and around Sou

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Biscuits please !!!

Our new employees Ronnie on the left and Jasmine on the right after a hard day's work at the Nursery.No potting today,but plenty of weeing, oops sorry weeding,Don't know how HMRC are going to do their returns based on biscuits as payment, but we will

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3 Replies · Reply by T & S Plants Aug 3, 2010

sick Camellia

hi guys- i would like a second opinion with a dying Camelia.One of my customers planted a big specimen of a Camellia on their land- i've never been particularly happy that it would thrive where they've planted it- but Camellias do grow very well here

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8 Replies · Reply by Shelley Barnes Jul 27, 2010

Help for Hebes

I have to admitt to never being a fan of Hebes, only when they are young and in the garden centre/nursery do they look lush. They do tend towards getting woody and sparse on foliage especially in this heat.I have just visited a potential new client w

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10 Replies · Reply by Nic Johnson Jul 2, 2010
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The aptly named Storm Dennis certainly didn’t prevent the annual Dennis and SISIS groundcare seminar from going ahead, and by all accounts it once again inspired, educated and offered real solutions. 

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