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DFL

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Would sea water kill off my hanging baskets and pots?
 

Yorkieboy70

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I need to do the same, but to my whole lawn. Too late for this year, just deciding whether to do it myself next year, or to get someone in. Will be nice to see the 'after' picture.
3 weeks later

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Looks good, have you been watering it, or have you had rain? In the past couple of months, we've only had one day of decent rain. Hopefully it will change next week.
Bit of both, in the northwest so we've had a few showers, no hosepipe ban here so it has been used.
 

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I love the look of the black ones. :love:

We grew three plants this year; huge orangey red thingys - normal sized yellow ones, and some little cherry toms. The little-uns taste wonderful - They actually taste of tomato! - The supermarket varieties are flavourless by comparison.
 

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Now I've got water and lots of toms to ripen.
Just one or two like .
That's my 6 salad, still got 10 beef and 15 cherry plus 4 hanging baskets.
Mine went in the green bin last week.
Had a good crop off them but stopped producing.
Now harvesting pears from our tree and picking blackberries when out with dog.
Mrs R has plenty of crumbles for winter.
 
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