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  1. AverageWhiteBloke

    Aquarium dry ferts for indoor plants?

    I guess the dry ferts would need to be dissolved in water to make them accessible to the plants so do as I do, change some water in the tank and use the old water you've removed to water the plants. Everyone's a winner. Sent from my iPod touch using Tapatalk
  2. AverageWhiteBloke

    anybody know about roses?

    Oi get out of my thread with your sh@t jokes. I've got some roses to grow here! Bet no one even got the tomatoes joke ;) it has the same survival properties as sweet corn :facepalm: :D
  3. AverageWhiteBloke

    anybody know about roses?

    Hmm I can see there is a bit more to this than I thought! I had four in a row originally, not even in a bed. Two of which just sort of died off. When I was looking for a bit of soil to steal to patch in around my new concrete fence posts I dug a strip over with the roses already in and planted...
  4. AverageWhiteBloke

    anybody know about roses?

    May sound a stupid question but is manure just horse sh*t?
  5. AverageWhiteBloke

    anybody know about roses?

    Ah, I think I've pretty much done most things wrong so far reading the link. I'll get a back of compost and mulch. Was a spur of the moment thing. Been putting a fence up and needed some soil do dug the bed over to rob some.
  6. AverageWhiteBloke

    anybody know about roses?

    I know very little about terrestial gardening. Decided to have a dabble and dig a bed and put some rose bushes in but the soil is very poor. You only get down the depth of the spade and it all gets very gravel and clay. Was thinking about putting something in with the soil but there's a myriad...
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