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BBC One: Right on the Money

  • BBC One: Right on the Money

BBC One are looking to speak to gardeners who are looking for some top tips on how to save money on their garden, but who may not know why their hard earned cash does not bear them fruit! Does this sound like you, or someone you know? Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you are interested. Please see the flyer attached.

Comments (3)

  1. Grower

    Jeremy Wright

    Sounds interesting Hannah. Are there any plant disasters members care to share? Or newbie gardeners who would like a bit of help? What's the worst garden investment you've made?

    My pet hate is ordering plants online or through a catalogue where you see a photo of a lovely mature plant ...then lo and behold the plant you get is a weeny, weedy thing that really shouldn't have been let out of the nursery, let alone travel boxed up in the dark the last two days.

    Makes local plant swapping where you see the plants, where they grow and don't part with any cash look a fine alternative!

  2. Grower

    Amanda

    Same as you Jeremy i hate it when i pay good money for plants online only to receive a tiny sad thing , thats why i have joined on here hoping to swap some lovely plants and chat with some greenfingered people
    i think my main plant disaster was buying bears breeches and now i cant get rid of it, also spent a lot on Trilliums and they never came up again.

  3. Grower

    Jeremy Wright

    Yes - we have more than our fair share of Acanthus (bear's breeches) too. Striking plant, but gets everywhere. I've never grown Trilliums, but Helene Taylor wrote a brilliant post with great photos a while back about how to grow them. They sound a little tricky, but well worth the effort if you have the right, moist shady spot.


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