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Hurrah! Welcome back WW
Doesn't matter if you don't have many excuses - you can make some up
Welcome back WW
Congratulations Tina........sorry no baby smilie,will have to make do with party smilie
Busy afternoon,chopping down the Red Robin which was shooting up to a much bigger height than usual,but don,t like to prune until the red leaves have almost gone.
Then cut front lawn,tired now,need a large drink and a sit down.
welcome back WW.
I did some housework today. mainly because I couldn't find my new plastic debit card, and the sofa has a habit of eating things.
Kelsae onion crop is looking good. The red ones are drying off now. Mums next door neighbour with the allotment, says that kelsae don't keep well. Does anyone know. I'm going to have about 100 lb of them(at least). Onion soup anyone?
Congrats Tina. The best bit about grandchildren is you get to give them back.
Thanks everybody who sent their thoughts and wishes for my daughter. Today went well and although she says she feels 'so weird', I think it was a good session. Next treatment is in three weeks, and we will spend the next couple of days bringing her back to normality - the grandchildren will soon do that! Hope you all going to make the most of this lovely weather over the weekend
Brief history of a garden... grass brown but recovering, roses slumbering after fantastic show, sweet peas banging on, runner beans enough to give away, huge sweet corn cobs, lots of lovely dahlias for my beloved. Ideas for projects... agapanthus bed.(inspired by trip to Cornwall to watch the cricket team beat Dorset, Verd!). will they ever look as good as they have this year? Lots of baby agapanthus seedlings to give away too.
Looking forward to Malvern at end of Sept., saving pennies.
Typing this as monty starts, so don't expect replies for at least 30 mins.
Just heard sheep in Montys garden. Missed the start.
Watching Monty and typing at the same time - looking forward to Carol and the Crocosmia - Norwich is famous for developing some special strains.
Did the Olympics leave a legacy?
Yes it did, we got to watch fewer Gardeners' World programmes
Good to see you Woody. Please present a absent note in the future so we don't worry about you.
MrsG, it wasn't Dove that wrote the post. It was like you had hiccups.
Pentillie, I'm really sorry to hear about your daughter. Can't imagine what you are going through.
Just been to see the baby. Very sweet and was as quiet as a mouse. Lots of photos taken. Her two brothers were there and, I have to say, were besotted with her. That will probably wane when she starts waking them up in the middle of the night. All's good.As I don't drink MrsG, you can have my celebratory glass. Cheers
And last but not least, welcome Jeanie.
Well said ww
GW - dead head buddleia (can never spell it) must be joking, has monty seen the size of mine? . .. Did like the idea of trying ferns in dry shade previously thought they liked damp woodland. Love gladioli, mum never fusses with hers and they always look splendid, didn't catch when to plant - any one know please
Think footies still on so staying out of the way.
had the grandkids today dug up spuds picked some beans and runners .onions as well . my grand daughter . said you can smell nature cant you , life is good large mansize tissue . and wine now
Ok,ok,ok...sorry to dove.
chicky wrote (see)
Don't know what happened there - and it was before the wine was poured It seems it was chicky i was responding to. Keep getting names mixed up.
Don't know what happened there - and it was before the wine was poured
It seems it was chicky i was responding to. Keep getting names mixed up.
Oh dove sorry to confuddle you. It started top of page 158 (maybe) I made comment to you about something chick said , thinking you'd said it,( about vino) oh im confuddled too. Need wine to unconfuddle me - want some?
Hey.....woodys back. Good to see you woody
Hi Verdun - thought you'd done a woody (gone awol) you're a bit late tonight, have your clocks stopped working?
Hi Verd, had short visit to Cornwall to see Cornwall play Dorset. First 2 days rained off, so visited Trebah (my favourite Cornish valley garden) Glendurgan which never fails to disappoint, and Heligan, which I saw last when it first opened , or is that reopened. Anyway cricket finally started on day3 and with my help Cornwall won against all the odds. I must be their lucky mascot. Stayed at Mannings in Truro... to be recommended. Used to stay at Budock Vean with my wife... great favourite.
Early start tomorrow and tired out by all this posting ... night, night.
Evening Forkers, Hello woody welcome back we did all miss you
Think I went coal mining today in the garden as came out very sooty from trying to sort out bit more of the pampus grass had to have a dust mask on as horrible to breath in and goggles on. Well have sawn a bit of it off and thinned it it out a bit more and the pampus grass is well strong and tough to get smaller
so here is how it looks now you can see the fence amazing
Enjoyed homegrown potatoes and first lot of the runner beans for dinner from the garden
Just had a trip to the station sorted out the rubbish all clean up there for now
Here is a pic of one of my sweet peas two tone colour really like this