P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2101:01       2/3        WITHRODDYLLEWELLYN  RHUBARB... There is always space for a clump of Rhubarb in a small garden. It can be forced at this time of year. If you are not the proud owner of a traditional terracotta forcing pot,then a box covered in a hessian sack of dried leaves will work fust as well. (Old chimney pots are ideal). It is easier and quicker to introduce Rhubarb into your garden with dormant roots, as opposed to seed. This can be done during this month,making sure that the buds are not deeper than two inches below the soil surface.  more follows >
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2104:44 good prune Don't be afraid to do some severe cutting back - you will be rewarded with a better show if you do. If you haven't one to prune, plant one now and invite the butterflies into your back garden this splldr. more follows > ODDYWILLTRYTODEALGITHALL YOUR LETTERS.WRITE TO RODDY AT ORACLE,MARSHALL STREET, W1.
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2104:42       3/3        WITHRODDYLLEWELLYN  BUDD B AS I have noticed so many Buddleias looking untidy, still holding onto last year's flowers, long since dead Get out the loppers and give them a
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:01 BUDD @HAS I have noticed so many Buddleias looking untidy, still holding onto last year's flowers, long since dead. Get out the loppers and give them a good prune. Don't be afraid to do some severe cutting back you will be If you haven't one to prune, plant one now and invite the butterflies into your back garden this summer. more follows > 2ODDY HLL TRY TO DEAL WITH ALL YOUR LETTERS.WRITE TO RODDY AT ORACLE,MARSHALL STREET, W1.
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2102:01       1/3        WITHRODDYLLEWELLYN  MALUS 'RED SENTINEL' A most welcome sight at this time of year is Malus 'Red Sentinel', an ornamental crab-apple. This scarlet berry-clad, medium sized tree makes an ideal focal point for a small garden. One great plus of all members of the Malus genus is that they will thrive in ordinary soil. If planted in a lawn, they will do much better if a neat circle of earth is maintained around the base. Plenty of nourishment will then get to the roots, especially if they are mulched every year in April.  more follows > CHARLES CHURCH HOMES See page 369
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2102:10       2/3        WITHRODDYLLE DLLYN££  RHUBARB...
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2120:10       3/3        WITHRODDYLLEWELLYN  BUDDLEIAS I have noticed so many Buddleias looking untidy, still holding onto last year's flowers, long since dead. Get out the loppers and give them a good prune. Don't be afraid to do some severe cutting back - you will be rewarded with a better show if you do. If you haven't one to prune, plant one now and invite the butterflies into your back garden this summer. more follows > RODDY WILL TRY TO DEAL WITH ALL YOUR LETTERS.WRITE TO RODDY AT ORACLE,MARSHALL STREET, W1.
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:10 a box covered in a hessian sack of dried leaves will work bust as well. (Old chimney pots are ideal) It is easier and quicker to introduce Rhubarb into your garden with dormant roots, as opposed to seed. This can be done during this month,making sure that the buds are not deeper than two inches below the soil surface  more follows >
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:12       2/3        WITHRODDYLLE DLLYN££  RHUBARB... There is always space for a clump of Rhubarb in a small garden It can be forced at this time of year. If you are not the proud owner of a traditional terracotta forcing pot,then
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2102:11 There is always space for a clump of Rhubarb in a small garden. It can be forced at this time of year. If you are not the proud owner of a traditional terracotta forcing pot,then a box covered in a hessian sack of dried leaves will work bust as well. (Old chimney pots are ideal). It is easier and quicker to introduce Rhubarb into your garden with dormant roots, as opposed to seed. This can be done during this month,making sure that the buds are not deeper than two inches below the soil surface.  more follows >
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2101:23       1/3        WITHRODDYLLEWELLYN  MALUS 'RED SENTINEL' A most welcome sight at this time of year is Malus 'Red Sentinel', an ornamental crab-apple. This scarlet berry-clad, medium sized tree makes an ideal focal point for a small garden. One great plus of all members of the Malus genus is that they will thrive in ordinary soil. If planted in a lawn, they will do much better if a neat circle of earth is maintained around the base. Plenty of nourishment will then get to the roots, especially if
P323 ORACLE 323 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:14 year is Malus 'Red Sentinel', an ornamental crab-apple. This scarlet berry-clad, medium sized tree makes an ideal focal point for a small garden. One great plus of all members of the Malus genus is that they will thrive in ordinary soil. If planted in a lawn, they will do much better if a neat circle of earth is l—hntained around the base. Plenty of nourishment will then get to the roots, especially if they are mulched every year in April.  more follows > CHARLES CHURCH HOMES See page 369