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yes alan it looks good is there any way that you could hide the black liner and then it would look fantastic well done
hi bee friendly,i would agree with alan the sink is so thick it would take more than a frost to crack it ,i would leave it but if you are not happy to do this,is it on top of the ground or is it sunk.
very witty, ernie, but very funny
while we are tailking about tea,does anyone else put banana skins on there roses? or is it just me.
all the root veggies from the garden made into a thick soup with hot crusty bresd
hi tina welcome to the forum,i also have a tub of violas that look like they have kicked the bucket so better luck next year i have just left them,you never know they may revive.
they are of the same family although they are more of an orchid but i just leave them in they multiply very quickly so you should get a great show,i actually bought mine from the 99p shop for 50 bulbs a great bargain happy gardening.
what i do to my glads is just cut off the top growth when it goes brown.the hydrangea i leave becaus i like them as they they are,but it wont hurt if you want to tidy the plant up a bit
i dont cut mine down till around dec or jan, then i have another bed of them which i only cut down to about 18 inches off ground they both do well i leave the heads on till they go to seed then collect them
scampie and jacket potatoe down the pub after a long walk to torquay