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I'm on the edge of the Levels and today it has rained more or less solidly..........so it certainly won't have helped those further east.

Part of my garden is again under water and I'm one of the lucky ones.

It is really so depressing

Sorry............plenty worse off than me.

Rosie31

Stay strong Philippa.  This will pass.  Forecast is kind for the next few days, and spring is on its way.  I'm sending you some virtual daffodils down the wire from Wales to cheer you up. 

gardenjeannie

I'm bumping.

Yes, everyone, I am collecting seeds to send, so please forward. No-one has yet asked fro my address, so be the first! Every contributor will be named,unless you ask otherwise.

Come on, all of you seedaholics, have a clear out for a good cause

Chin up, Philippa, We're thinking of you.

pinkquartet

My message sending isn't working for you or Rosie,gardenjeannie.Will keep trying unless you can message me with your address.

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Rosie31

Hi pinkquartet!  I've sent you a message with gardenjeannie's address.  Thank you!

pinkquartet

Thank you Rosie.Glad l can do something to help.

gardenjeannie

Thanks, Rosie, you beat me to it!

And Thank You, pinkquartet. That makes you FIRST!

pinkquartet

You're welcome gardenjeannie.l'll get them off to you this week.

Clarington


 


 Just for those that don't follow Twitter.  This is what just one gardener is facing (the farmer tweeting is the chap who appeared on Countryfile when the floods kicked off I believe.  The unbelievable images he posts showing us what is going on is quite shocking.

 

Rosie31

That gives me an idea - I'll ask some of my Somerset contacts to take a few photos of gardens as the waters recede, and try to post some here.  It will let us all see what sort of task we are up against.  (And as time goes on, hopefully we can have some 'before and after' comparisons!)

Rosie

Clarington

The photographs do a awful job of reminding you that its not just a case for the worst affected of popping some new plants in some people have first got to clear all kind of things from their land - I saw one imagine that showed a house whose driveway had collected four oil containers (the big green things you use to heat your home from) which makes you wonder if their contents had been lost into the waters along with the dead animals, sewage, rotting feed....

Orchid Lady

Rosie, I presume you are just looking for flower seeds? I will have a look what I have got and if I don't have any I will buy some and send them on, it's the least I can do.  my garden is only a bit sludgy and I really feel for those people who have lost all their garden 

Orchid Lady

GJ, I've PM'd you but it wouldn't let me do it from your avatar so please can you let me know you have the message.  Thanks 

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Rosie31

Thanks TN - yes please!   Any seeds would be very gratefully received - especially perhaps flowers (or veg) that would do well in pots and planters?  Because I think in many gardens the soil will be too badly affected to plant much for a season or so.

In case your message to GJ didn't work, I've PM'd you with her address.

Thanks again, and good luck with the sludgy garden!

Rosie

Rosie31

lunchtime bump

Rosie and Garden Jeanie............thanks and

No rain today for a change.

Garden Jeanie..........yes, me too for your address for seeds please.

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chicky

And me too for the address - pm'd Jeannie but not sure it worked - thanks

Dovefromabove

I've pm'd Jeannie for the address too