eeh by gum

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eeh by gum last won the day on September 3 2013

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  1. eeh by gum

    Spring?

    The way the winter as been I am expecting a long growing season this year . I too were potting some up today in bigger pots and saw new growth already .
  2. Air movement in that small area isn't much good . All it will do is move any problems round and spread inside . If I were you I would take the top off often to let clean air in . That's all I do and never had any problems at all .
  3. If I were you I would put them as deep as they were before you pulled them up to protect them from any more frost .
  4. I got some last year from that Richard it was old and brown . I wouldn't buy again from him .
  5. Don't buy . Buy were it's cheaper and honest and don't treat you like dirt .
  6. That's business . A person buys things on price not keeping anyone in business .
  7. I would never buy anything from redfern . They take the money way too early and always have delays and the most important you can buy cheaper elsewhere . So why do people buy from them puzzles me .
  8. polycarb is an old product . Their as always been longer lasting products on the market . It's down to the buyer to find what's on the market now I haven't looked into for many years . What's on offer today should last a lifetime if you do your research and buy the right product . If this is what you want . Some people are happy for it to last a few years .
  9. Why do people use polycarb it as a short life span . If you do your research proper their are better products on the market that is twin and triple ply which will last a lot longer . Second screws are no good for polycarb their are special fixings that will be waterproof as screws will let water in .
  10. Whatever you do don't have a flat roof this will lead to problems you want a very good slope so snow etc will run off .
  11. I push something thin between the main plant and the offset . I go down a good inch and pull it and lift up towards the offset avoiding damage to the main plant when needed I go further down when roots are longer . I find this method is easy and I get good results using this method . If I were you I would try first with a plant that you don't want to loose first then take it from their .
  12. I push something thin between the main plant and the offset . I go down a good inch and pull it and lift up towards the offset avoiding damage to the main plant when needed I go further down when roots are longer . I find this method is easy and I get good results using this method . If I were you I would try first with a plant that you don't want to loose first then take it from their .
  13. If I were you I would buy your frame from a aluminium stockholders and make your own frame . Then get all the bits else where . You can get secondhand glass for nothing if you beg and asked nicely . Costs are a fraction of what people are paying for a greenhouse today . The best thing you can make it anysize you want rather than being told what size you can have . I did this many years ago and never looked back .
  14. If you use glass you are better using laminated will be more expensive but will save you money in time with heating costs .
  15. I use New Zealand dried moss . It won't grow or the spores . If it's not proper dried you may have success .