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Posted: 21/12/2014 at 10:45

Here we go again ,recently i said i used Jeyes spray to keep cats of Our property as iv stated time and again I sprayed it  on the  exterior boundaries  of our garden as im NOT having my partner in tears due to the disgusting mess being made of our garden which cost us a lot of money,,at NO time did I say hurt any animals ,Im now being told to be careful as cats hate the smell of it THATS THE POINT they stay away and dont get hurt ,It worked for us instead of falling out with the PR-T next door who at no time apologized for the damage to the gardens or offered to pay for the new fence WE had to errect to keep his cat of OUR gardens, he knew alright but like so many  ( But Not All cat owners )   refuse to admit there cats are a menace. WE MOVED.4711 does not hurt animals,OK 


Posted: 20/12/2014 at 10:19

In case you're not familiar with comfrey (Symphytum officinale), it's a member of the borage family, a strong-growing perennial with somewhat hairy leaves 12 to 18 inches long, rising on short stems from a central crown. The flower is a pretty blue bell, fading to pink. We don't wait to see the blossoms, however, because the foliage is at its best if cut before blooming time. The plant reaches a height of over two feet and spreads to more than a yard across, but — since comfrey doesn't throw out creeping roots and hardly ever sets seed — it's remarkably non-invasive for such a sturdy being. this is from.

Read more: Kp6 I use it by the ton (almost ) however I personally have found it can spread so iv restricted mine, would not be without it and free food for ever. I only use miracle grow indoors due to the smell of Comfrey T

good luck


Posted: 17/12/2014 at 16:05

Very short,,,,, we also had huge Huge probs with cats untill my other half was in tears, I was advised (after spending a lot of money on fences etc to spray Jeyes ready mixed fluid on our boundaries and around any newly disturbed soil that Kate might have planted in etc,Result a few days no cats in the garden,nothing got hurt including my ignorant neighbor and  in 7 months only 2 deposits,,we have since moved to wonderful Norfolk,I recommend Jeyes and Norfolk Jeyes for the cats and Norfolk for the people, good luck give it a try.

Talkback: Five steps to winter compost

Posted: 12/12/2014 at 09:34

Peter if they are collecteing at the top of the bin then this problem seems to occur as Edd says and also  if the bin is too wet ,dont put them back down untill you have added more dryer stuff, I added a good load of dry paper and stuff which did the job.Good luck.cold wet miserable so far erein Muns 

Feeding birds.

Posted: 09/12/2014 at 20:57

home made does the job 

just info

Posted: 08/12/2014 at 14:41

Tootles,  No,No,No, every Sat for viewing furniture etc and every Monday for the sales we just come back ,Keys Auctioneers at Aylsham its the way this lot speak sorry,the plant sale is in the same place its just the building next door only on Mondays 10AM start for about an hour and a half,bargains galore, Im doing my best to talk Norfolkish but it takes time ,its took me 40 years to lose the Nottingham accent , Cold and sunny erein Muns 


its here

Posted: 08/12/2014 at 14:29

Im Still in Wales but live in Norfolk cant move me must be the weather

west facing wall

Posted: 07/12/2014 at 10:07

Hi Recap,erein the east coast we have Montana Clematis on our West wall and its just great,when it sleeps a bit it still looks good, these are white when in flower,wall 6 months old ,


fence top older. good luck

just info

Posted: 07/12/2014 at 09:54

On Mondays we go to Haylesham Auctions for a morning out ,they also have a plant sale type of auction,excellent prices and loads of good stuff, box of 12 full size mixed heather's i grabbed and all good quality and for £6,, Curly grass,s etc £2 and so on all good ,as you know im retired so just letting you know if your anywhere near, free parking, just thought i,d mention it . I need warm socks

its here

Posted: 07/12/2014 at 09:44

I would buy today socks that really are as warm as advertised either by assistant or wrapping,they never are and as im now getting nearer to the stage of oveltine at nite i need warm feet in the garden not blocks of ice,sock makers read this please, and im not going back to tights like when I was working underground  in the winter boy was that cold or wot Warm socks please,,,, suns gone,  raining again erein Muns N. Norfolk

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just info

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its here

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Pennesetum I think

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wot to do now

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bubble wrap

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Fat balls in plastic NO

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