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what do u think this might be

Posted: 27/03/2013 at 14:07

Hi has anybody any idea of what this cacooc is in my allotment shed,im hopeing its warm enough for it to suvive,iv just put an old carpet down to try to keep it a bit warmer  any ideas is it friend or foe ,thought id just show you all mi shed tied down were on a bit of a hill in a field ,really WINDY here in Tenby no snow  tho

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themommoment  tho,

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Fencing for raised beds

Posted: 27/03/2013 at 13:10

Dovefromabove you've done it again what a great bit of info on Willow im definatly going to try some of that stuff its stunning (watch the roots though iv been told) those hedges are just the business really good and quick to grow I'm told

nice one matey keep it coming Gal

Cheers 4now Alan

to plant or not

Posted: 26/03/2013 at 21:07

now that's a lot of info i do appreciate, i also watched a programm about growing spuds in the desert  amazing,cheers for all that everybody

Alan

imblooycold

Posted: 26/03/2013 at 20:59

all done and dusted and nice and warm, feet up turned the telly on and what is this rubbish here 22 sillies kicking a ball about and later on another load of nutters all talking about it all over again, get a life lads and get yourselves  a garden,    thats it for now doors all done nice and new and looks great,  telly turned OFF, gardeners world chatters turned on and a bottle of Old Speckled Hen  Now thats what i call a result

Good luck allAlan4711 

imblooycold

Posted: 26/03/2013 at 12:31

Tina  your just toooooo kind  the doors are now in just need finishing and c/heatin s goin on full blast any time now after theve had another cuppa though

Alan

imblooycold

Posted: 26/03/2013 at 10:20

Would you believe it im sitting in mi lounge wi mi big winter coat on, a daft wooly hat over mi ears,coffee in both hands and thick working jeans on,WHY cus the double glazing chaps have just decided to make today the day when they are replacing mi patio doors  and now no doors its blowing through everytime they walk through and its freezing cold and i mean cold here in Tenby, the allotments blowing a good en, mi water but joints are now leaking cus o the cold and  so they all need empyting and redoing,and  apart from that the sky looks full o snow,,so im moveing to the kitchen pc an all, do hope you lot are all nice and warm and cosy having a nice day thank you 4 listening folks im down on the side as we used to say 

Alan4711

to plant or not

Posted: 26/03/2013 at 09:35

Hi all Right thats good info many thanks for that very interesting i did,nt know that

cheers Alan4711

Worm farm

Posted: 25/03/2013 at 13:29

Hi all me  again I'm interested in making a worm farm as a project for the allotment and food for our indoor plants,iv watch one or two ideas on the net but has anybody had good results for themselves and if so what did they actually use to make it,i noticed some had taps some just replaced the bottom tub when needed,i was thinking of useing the plastic type storage box,s we all use ,Or Not ?? so any help on which is best and size of box,s used or any other good results  you moght have had

Cheers for now Alan

to plant or not

Posted: 25/03/2013 at 13:17

now this might sound daft but can anyone tell me how do the spud suppliers do it ,how is the spuds we get to plant different to the ones we buy to eat ,are they not spuds saved from last year or different i dont know,, AND while iv been away i left 3 big red spuds in the kitchen that have chitted beautifully by themselve, Now can i simply plant them as i have abit of room not being used in the allotmenteven just to see what happens or does it not work like that this honestly is not a joke i,d like to know ,anybody ever done there own spud, for the following reason or no

Thankyou all and good luck for this week  Alan 

Potting A Madnolia

Posted: 23/03/2013 at 14:51

Frozz if you take Rosa,s advice and use a half barrell can we all come round and help you empty it first,, i here Doombar bitter  beer barrells are best, and  perhaps a full one would be better just in case,just think all that beer and a loverly barrell to end up with,Now has anyone got a bitter idea than that

Good luckFrozz miduck

Alan 

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