Alan4711


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Apple Trees

Posted: Yesterday at 15:02

Hi D, if you are lucky enough to have fresh ash ,please be careful the wood was Not treated as this can cause problems ,if it is then a box of Potash/potassium,from the Garden center is ok.  I notice your garden is a large well stocked one,perhaps a good way forward might be thinking of the seasons to come as well as now maybe because of the size of the garden and cost,making your own food would be best,IE: Nettle Tea ,Comfry Tea, is all you would need ,Comfrey tea is all i use as a basic food for all the garden,for fruit trees /bushes i add a little Potash to the feed, At the beginning of Spring a good dose of Fish,Blood an Bone is what almost everybody does.,iv just bought FBB end of season half price for next year,box of potash will last me for ages, any probs let us know ,PS potassium was called potash as the people years ago saved in in pots,wasnt that interesting,good luck 

hormone rooting powder

Posted: Yesterday at 14:26

Iv checked an old one and a different new one ,No best before dates at all, WHY

Lollipop Bay Tree Size

Posted: 18/09/2014 at 15:39

got that cheers Dove ,legs a problem,iv been reading on line , some horror stories,it seems to be very very different for people having the same op,some good some not so ,good, im following all the advice given which is very minimal one sheet of paper 6" x 4" ,on line it seems some people get home or clinic Physio,but  nothing has been mentioned or  offered me ,i do feel just kind of let down ,no reel help in how to do the best exercises or maybe how far to walk or maybe swim, just nothing really, I think if i were an older person i would be really afraid of what to do or not do,it must be horrible for them if there on there own, its sad how a good operation is let down so badly by lack of thought on the release side of hospitals, right thats my moan for the day ,im not going to mention trying to sleep ,thats another story.        and thankyou for asking ,cheers Dove  

Lollipop Bay Tree Size

Posted: 18/09/2014 at 09:24

By the way Dove have you any sizes or prices on the root bags yet,iv got to get some soon,wondered if Reeds were doing a good price for them.

Lollipop Bay Tree Size

Posted: 18/09/2014 at 09:23

Morning all ,when we moved last year we inherited a bay tree 7 foot high  planted literaly against the house wall,imagine, that was the first to go also a 10 foot Magnolia  planted along side thats also gone to our neighbor nice tree now, ,strange things people do ? on the net there is a site giving height and root distances for planting

http://www.subsidencebureau.com/subsidence_trees.htm    

suns up at last ierin Norfolk , avagooden         

Apple Trees

Posted: 17/09/2014 at 11:50

Hi Dordogne,     a good start would be to clear a one meter circle /square around each tree so no weeds or competition for rain ,comes March/April a good dose of Fish,Blood,and Bone,remember Potash is cheap and helps the trees to flower and fruit better,make sure they get good watering in the dry season, then see if they are getting pollinated properly ,if not and as we don't know the name of the trees a small crab apple will do the trick, excellent pollinators our garden center tells us ..good luck with the house and garden,,, exiting times ahead for you 

phoning a 0344. number

Posted: 17/09/2014 at 11:35

while were talking of nuisance calls i get one twice a week saying please listen to this message very carefully it concerns you,scam can we get them stopped i dont know how ,,anyone ever tried ,i,d be very happy to slap this one, it really does P me off

thick sea fog,  Very wet  ,Very cold ,  erein Norfolk

white mouse

Posted: 17/09/2014 at 11:24

Hi Fidgeit   ,It must be quite nice to have the cleaners come in daily and clean up for free,so dont forget the xmas tip.

Disappointed with new shed.. how far to take it.

Posted: 16/09/2014 at 17:23

A customer in such a case has the right to a ( No faith in the supply company to do a proper job) therefore a quote from professional painter to do the job in Situ would be a days wage and cost of materiel , £185  aprox. or maybe a little more,as you will not get a pro to just tosh it in, pro painters are very expensive but you do get a proper job i hope 

White choc cheesecake

Posted: 16/09/2014 at 16:12

Bekkie ,Its quite obvious you do not know the rules here,  NO1 before any cheesecake recipes are passed through here you must send me a made up one for quality control to taste,sometimes we might need 2 just in case were not sure,  If you want my address its not a problem. In future Please follow the rules  

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