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I layered a pot today. Tulips, tete a tete daffs and anemone blanda. Don't know if it will work or not.
I also did pots with just one thing in. I can always swap them around then.
If tomorrow is good, I will dig out a buddlei in the wrong place to make room for hellebores.
Yummy Chinese, so glad I didn't have to cook tonite. Pud was yummy too dove, any left?
I've got some mixed tubs, one has hyacinths, tete a tetes, primroses, ivies, pansies and a little 'spire' of a fir tree and it will sit on the front porch all winter, with something of interest happening all the time.
I've planted some pots with pink tulips and pale blue muscari, both of which should flower at about the same time, and some pots of just one variety of bulb - a terracotta trough filled with creamy white crocuses with golden stamens, and another with large stripey purple ones,and I've got some pots of violas and yet more just of pansies. And next weekend I'll be potting up three different bowls of specie tulips.
Oh, and there's a big pot with two big bulbs of Fritillaria Imperalis waiting for spring.
Thanks for the info Forkers Think I'll do a mixture of both. Some layered with diff bulbs for onward progression and some with single type bulbs
Sky plused strictly, watched white chapel, bit weird. Then watched strictly. Dozed off now I'm off to the land of nod. Boy do my arms ache, having a lazy day tomorrow. Nite nite everyone.
Evening everyone, what a beautiful sunny today. I've been very lazy today, just the food shop this morning, which was chaos think the world and his wife were there! Then a lovely lazy sunday afternoon. Sun going down very quickly now and a mist coming over the fields. One more cuppa I think before I get tea ready.
BF came this weekend so no gardening done but did have lovely walk along by the sea yesterday. My poor bulbs are still waiting to be planted.
Today has been really sunny and hot but I had school work to catch up with.
Now catching up on here and Beechrove and GW. Then a bit of judges houses on X factor.
Enjoy your evening all
Dinner cooking- still a few french beans, may this weather keep going for a couple of weeks, there are still flowers on.
Buddleja out, 2 bags compost added, hellebores, and pulmonarias and foxgloves planted, daffs, snowflakes and snowdrops split up and moved, cyclamen planted.
It doesn't look like you've done much, says OH. .... but wait until Spring.
Evening all.... What a fab fab day it's been today. I still have lurgy but got out earlier to do a little harvesting and clearing. I'm now at work till at least midnight
Evening - already posted on wrong thread
Now cooking dinner - gammonin cider with potatoes from garden and runner beans - thsame. Home made chutney sauce - last years courgette and tomato.
Got three sorts of seeds in the propagation, Lambs Lettuce, Rocket and Radishes. I know it seems madness but if they germinate it will be good fun. If not, it will be educational so a win, win situation. In about three weeks I will repeat this so if successful, I will get a bit of continuation. If I keep this up and record conditions then if some germinate and later ones don't, I will have an idea how far I can push these next year.
most importantly, the ball has started to roll
Wooooohooooo mail on Sunday page 36... Apparently I'm "super!!!" Don't feel it right now!!!
Ooh er Stacey......It wasn't me, honest.
(Can tea borrow a taser to deal with dilbert.)
Stacey....you part of our wonderful postal service?
I might make the papers again this week.....
Lol fidget I don't even get one but when I eventually do yes!
Evening all! No morning post from me, too busy prepping for a visit from the olds Haven't had them round since Fathers Day so felt it was about time! Weather was glorious here so a GnT was had on the patio before roast pork! Never done roast pork before and may I just say the crackling was rather fabulous 3 bottles of wine later and I thought it would be a great idea to make cheese scones to go with the afternoon tea. Not sure if drunken baking is a good idea, but the results were good! Eaten warm with melting butter . . . yummy
Stacey, we all know you are super, but I am still none the wiser to the upcoming change!
You've got super pumpkins too. OH very impressed. He thinks we should grow some next year.
Feel I should add that I didn't see Stacey's post before I sent mine!