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Hi Mrs G. I do use New Leaf and also one in Stannington. Nowadays though I like to buy most stuff online. Get a much better choice and often much cheaper.
Sorry to hear about your dog Matty2 hope he gets well soon.
Thanks, he is asleep now, another restless night I think
Thoughts with you Matty
Agree with punkdoc. ESP in the dormant sason, buying online is excellent value. Smaller pots is ok now. Avoid bare root plants though. Usually they are rubbish, small or destined to flower a full season or even two later. Plants in 1 litre pots will make 3 litre size by mid spring. Those in 9 cm will make surprising growth next spring. However, my local GC has a good range of herbaceous perennials in 9 cm pots ....lupins, delphiniums, malvas, etc. etc. ....that quickly make large plants for the garden next summer
Mrs G I dont know about the Christmas trees but it is on the top of a hill and has got some good stuff. Cheaper than Coal Aston.
Morning all well I'm still feeling no better and work is getting busier by the day I think I'm destined never to sleep longer than 4 am for a while Managed to water the wisteria last night as it was looking c sorry for itself.... Harvested more chillies and that's about it!!! Have a great day in your gardens will try to catch up On reading threads tonight ( if I'm not called out!) later peeps
Good morning Stacey and everyone Sorry you're not better yet I've got a cricked neck and every time I changed position in the night it woke me up! So much for having a lie-in this morning
It's been tipping it down here, with hail hammering on the windows - and the second crop of figs were nearly ripe too - oh well, we had one crop
I've tried to be helpful to the Kitchen Spammer - it seems he was having trouble finding things
And I've reported him.
Got the STIHL - first time I've seen it.
Work today. Have a good day. Dont let the weather spoil it.
Morning all. Dove - you're on form as usual with the spammers. Will they ever learn though...
MrsG- if you go into your computer settings and click on 'tools' then 'extensions' it'll give you a list and you should be able to get an adblocker from there. Makes a huge difference!
Work for me too - nice crisp day today so maybe I'll get something more productive and interesting done later than sorting out bank account applications.
Mrs. G, just Google Adblock Plus, then open that and install following the instructions. Very easy, free, and NO MORE ADS!
Oh, and good morning everyone, have a good day.
But damp. Still warm though. Supposed to be dry soon.
That STIHL add can't be blocked on iPad. So, STIHL stop your ad spoiling the forum. Right now it's right across where I'm typing....I,have to scroll down to temporarily remove it.......and it does nothing to encourage me to purchase anything with STIHL name In fact, it does the opposite. We all find it infuriating. I suggest Daniel has a word
I'm stuck in work wishing I could be outside in my garden taking on the elements. Gardening tasks are decreasing now though with most things accomplished in the past weeks but thoughts moving to getting a second greenhouse and re-arranging a few things. Hopefully the thinking will help keep me sane without being out and achieving for the next few months.
Morning all. Cold and sunny here. Just in for a break and to warm up. have been dividing more plants today and a bit of pencil and paper planning of borders for next year.
Thanks for your thoughts
Not too bad a night, we lit the fire, put the heating on and let dog sleep in our big room - carpetted floors. he still hasn't eaten much but is better - thank goodness.
His main problem was cocking his leg as the hurt one is the one he stands on, solved it. walked round tree in opposite direction!
OH just returned from Morrisons with 2 more packs of their mixed white daffs so will plant them later. (£2 a pack) Not much else planned for today
Nice and sunny now. Quite warm. Clearing the veg patch of weeds.
I do the pen n paper thing too punkdoc....leave little notes about moving something, about swapping plants over, etc.