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sotongeoff

That is about the size of it -yes-just a simple request

Bunny ...
In other words I keep saying LOL and Geoff doesn't like it !!!!!!

LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LMAO LOL LOL PMSL LOL LOL LOL
Miss Becks

Absolutely bunny!!

No, your request is denied Geoff!

FloBear

I think that's Bunny Tyler, Geoff. Lol - but only in the way that Phill Jupitus says it

We all have our pet hates - mine was yellow smileys and now look at me   

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FloBear

Garden Gallery 2013 has slid on to p2 - who hasn't posted a piccie yet?

Miss Becks

I haven't got a picture. I don't grow flowers, just veg, and nothing is up yet. Garden looks like a builders yard at the moment while I'm building my veggie beds.

Bunny ...
I haven't Flo and not going to because Geoff moans about me and my size of pics .....
sotongeoff

I have nothing to take a picture of-unless you want one of the leek

Miss Becks

Geoff moans about a lot of things Bunny. Ignore him! Your pics are fine lately.

sotongeoff

That is right lay into the token male

Bunny ...
Well I'm not speaking to him now ...he can play with his leak /leek
Matty2

Morning All

I had a shock this morning. was doing the e-mail clean up

there was one for Garden Gallery 2013, so I htought I would enter it from there. My profile page flashed up and said that entry to that thread has been blocked, I haven't done anything naughty and I am not a troll, Made me go all funny  So tried to enter form the Forum and entered with no problem but it was very slow

Morning Glory seed have soaked and split sp will plant them in indidvidual pots later.

Bught a Magnolia today - the soulangea- type - £6 from Morrisons and a clematis, variety I was after last year so I amwell pleased, especially as I had a £5 token 

LOL at the antics of Olive this morning. Oscar had a large dead fish once when we were on holiday (Ewwwww)

Raised beds are for veggies Bunny, because of large quantities of tree roots and compressed clay seemed easy solution. One brassicas , one, legumes, one roots/onions and the new one will be for squash and other 'exotics'

I find they work very well, i can use that crop rotation and in wet last year they continued to crop nd did not get waterlogged.

I started on a small scale in other house, mostly in pots and a very small, slug ridden bed, but it never really worked but gave me a 'taste' for growing .

Deanos Diggin It
Aftie's All

My work here today is done, and home-time at 1pm, so gunna sit out the last 20 mins in the office, and will actually for the first time in a long time, get away on time! : )

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Bunny ...
Oooh magnolia lovely , some lovely ones in my plant book , I haven't seen any in gardens round here maybe won't grow

Olive keeps giving me the I'm innocent face from her bed , knows she has been naughty .
I shall try pots again , had no time last year see how I do . I have the bug of everything else so veg may be next

Just put cake in oven an alternative carrot cake LOL LOL
Matty2

I bought one last week as well, but this one grows huge. I had one just outside front door at other houseand we would leave door open when in flower as the perfume was amazing. I also used to leave the dropped petals (delivery people didn't like it) as when they were walked on they to gave off the perfume. Buy the time it get sto that size though I will be well and truly dead and gone -It will be my mark of having lived here

Alternative carrot cake - LOL

Bunny ...
Hmmmm think one when I get my centre bed at back be lovely

Request from OH to incorpate jam and choc...so it has coconut in, choc drops and will be split and filled with some jam and buttercream , topped with some buttercream and melted choc decor ***rolls eyes smiley***
Bunny ...
Ahhh half day dean, lovely . Watch you don't get nabbed at 5mns to go
Matty2


 Here's my veg last year. The root bed didn't really work. Runner beans grow over the arch with Sweet peas to help pollination.

Had e-mail to say new bed ordered yesterday is on its way LOL