Position: full sun Soil: fertile, humus-rich soil Rate of growth: average Flowering period: July to September Flower colour: red Other features:...... more
Position: full sun Soil: fertile, humus-rich soil Rate of growth: average Flowering period: July to September Flower colour: red Other features: excellent cut-flowers Hardiness: half hardy (may need winter protection) Near black stems, hold the vibrant red, single flowerheads above the dark purple-black foliage from midsummer. Long-flowering and prolific, the rich colouring of this exotic-looking dahlia will add real drama to the border. Garden care: Dahlia tubers can be planted outside after frost, or started off in pots under glass in late winter to early spring. Plant them horizontally approximately 12cm deep, making sure the 'eyes' are uppermost. Allow enough room between each tuber so the plants can grow and spread to their full size without being over-crowded. While in growth, provide a high-nitrogen liquid feed each week in June, then a high-potash fertiliser each week from July to September. Stake with canes or brushwood if it becomes necessary. In mild areas, leave them in situ over winter, but protect the crown with a generous layer of dry mulch. In colder areas, carefully lift and clean the tubers once the first frosts have blackened the foliage and allow them to dry naturally indoors. Then place the dry tubers in a shallow tray, just covered with slightly moist potting compost, sand or vermiculite and store in a frost-free place until planting out again.
BishopAuckland (OS Explorer Map Active) - 0319467554
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities such as walking, horse riding and off-road...... more
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities such as walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. The series provides complete GB coverage and can now be used in all weathers thanks to OS Explorer Map - Active, a tough, versatile version of the OS Explorer Map.
BishopAuckland: Spennymoor and Newtown (OS Explorer Map) - 0319240738
This OS Explorer Map 305 covering Bishops Auckland is perfect for use when hill walking and mountain biking. The Tees Forest is marked on this OS map...... more
This OS Explorer Map 305 covering Bishops Auckland is perfect for use when hill walking and mountain biking. The Tees Forest is marked on this OS map 305. Three Recreational Paths are marked on this OS map 305 such as Brandon- BishopAuckland Railway Path, Deerness Valley Railway Path and the Weardale Way. Some of the places covered on OS map 305, include BishopAuckland, Newton Aycliffe, Sedgefield, Shildon, Crook, Brandon, Spennymoor and Tow Law.
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Advantages: Central location, excellent room, decent facilities Disadvantages: Plumbing system seems a little old and occasionally unreliable
...were curious to see it all this would live up to expectation.
The Heritage Hotel is right in the city centre of Auckland, on Hobson Street. This is parallel to the main shopping road, Queen Street, which is a couple of blocks away, and hence very close. These is also a branch of Esquires Coffee close by which is open 24 hours a day, as well as a decent microbrewery bar...
Advantages: It's scenic and historical Disadvantages: It's in the middle of nowhere!
...Castle and it's surrounding areas are very secluded and I would therefore recommend that you bring your own car. Barnard Castle does have public transport, although it leaves a lot to be desired. Unless you are intending to travel to Darlington or Bishop Auckland (buses run every hour to these places), I would suggest you skip using public transport. Once in Darlington, the transport situation improves...
Advantages: I wrote it! Disadvantages: No biscuits ;o(
...time your there. Crossways is set right outside the town of Dorchester and was originally placed there so its occupants could not get to Dorchester easily.
8) Plymouth, Devon - The expression Plymouth Ho takes on a new meaning here. What a dirty dreary City. Considering in its expanse its one of the largest cities in the UK Plymouth has a set up of about 75% rubbish, 25% semi ok. Its really awful...