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18/08/2014 at 18:09

Welcome to the forum, NornBlue

20/08/2014 at 15:19

Thank you Lyn for my seeds and the lovely know me too well already 

20/08/2014 at 16:16

Welcome NornBlue 

OL - Lyn writes a lovely card doesn't she  Oh and 'bagsy' OL!! Takes me back to my childhood  

Perki - thank you so much for the seeds,arrived safely today. I owe you one 

20/08/2014 at 23:18
Thanks Fishy65
20/08/2014 at 23:45

Welcome to the site Nornblue, if you need to know anything, just ask, someone will help you.

If you want any seeds or plants listed on this thread, just send a 'private message', thats up by your name, by the logout box.

20/08/2014 at 23:50
Thanks Lyn, I appreciate the help and kindness I'll bear that in mind, trying to get my plot up and ready for growing next year so I'll keep an eye out for seeds and plants that I might be interested in, thanks again Lyn
20/08/2014 at 23:54
Between this and Twitter I'm already got so many tips and ideas for this new adventure if any y'all on twitter come over and say Hi sometime @MilloBlue
21/08/2014 at 02:21

Seeds are on their way to Bekkie, Matty and OL.

I am not on Twitter, .NB

21/08/2014 at 09:25
Lyn, ive just noticed the box i had set aside for the yuccas is still there- another thing ive forgotten! Will lift and post them today, sorry!
21/08/2014 at 11:25

No probs, I wont see her till next week anyway, she is camping in the Pennines.

21/08/2014 at 12:20

Welcome NornBlue 

Lyn, my seeds arrived yesterday, I posted a thank you and thank you for my lovely card  

21/08/2014 at 19:31
Lyn, i posted the yuccas and your seeds- finally! Thank you so much for my seeds and the card, they were here when i got home
21/08/2014 at 20:05

Thats good Bekkie, many thanks Karen will be pleased.

Glad they arrived OL we are all going to have lovely gardens next year.


21/08/2014 at 20:23
I took off as many of the damaged leaves as i dared, still a couple left, but the roots have established really well, so they should grow quickly
21/08/2014 at 20:32
Thanks Orchid Lady and Victoria Sponge lol
23/08/2014 at 13:44

Thank you Bekkie, those little plants are fantastic, I didnt expect them to be that well grow. I am thinking about putting one as a backdrop to my new pond. Karen will love the other one in her front garden. Is there anything else on your wish list?

Seeds are on their way to Fishy, wont be there till Tuesday as its bank holiday.

From one who has a useless memory, I have forgotten who wanted the pale ice blue delphiniums, can you please get in touch by 'private message'

23/08/2014 at 14:24
What are we like with our memories!

You are more than welcome to those plants Lyn, the damn thing keeps producing them! I think my soil may be a little too fertile in places from all the veggie growing, most stuff just gets completely carried away!

I dont think there is anything else im after just yet, have a bit of a thing for phlox at the moment! But think i need to wait a while, my garden is heaving with plants- i always sow annuals around tbe veggies, they act as companions but also as a barrier against dog pee! I have sown far too much this year, i struggle to get down the path, am quite looking forward to the "quiet" months where i can see the beds and think about what will go where!

Will be drowning in nasturtium seeds shortly if anyone wants any
23/08/2014 at 14:25
Lyn if you want any more yuccas, you know where i am!, maybe i could start a yucca farm!
23/08/2014 at 19:15

Bekkie,  my foxgloves have at last gone brown so I will have a go at collecting them tomorrow. Hope I'm succesful 

Is the Yucca for outdoors?

23/08/2014 at 19:29

Talking om memories, I forgot to mention the seeds, thank you, I have already sowed them, how tall are they please. 

I am also drowning in nasturtium seeds.

Perhaps you are like me Bekkie in the way that you just cant waste a seed or plant, I really have to  be firm and only pot on what I need, usually got 100 of everything, then just cant throw them away.

By the way, dont put the old nasturtium plants in the compost bin, I have them springing up everywhere!