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One of our hedgehogs

Posted: Yesterday at 21:47

Went out in garden about 9pm  to put food in feeding station while OH put up camera .As I was strolling around looking at plants,a snuffling in the undergrowth and there was "our" hedgehog ! We retreated to leave him/her in peace.


You grow so attached to them, it is always a worry but hopefully yours will be back soon AngieR 

Just in case anyone from the BBC reads...

Posted: Yesterday at 21:28

I suppose we should be grateful we get an hour! At least they are just moving it around - it wasn't that long ago that they would have just cancelled it altogether 

Plant water sprays and Gardeners World

Posted: Yesterday at 16:55

GW is on tonight because of Glastonbury coverage tomorrow I think.

Visit to Barnsdale Gardens

Posted: 21/06/2017 at 15:04

We went a couple of years ago and were having a cup of tea in the coffee shop, when they suddenly started up the dvd that Pete8 referred to above. I found myself getting really emotional just hearing Geoff Hamilton's voice and being at Barnsdale. .....

Help with rose please !

Posted: 21/06/2017 at 14:07

Will do Dove - I'll post another photo in due course. If it is a rugosa, how big (ie high) is it likely to get?

Help with rose please !

Posted: 21/06/2017 at 13:37

I know this is a long shot, but I bought this rose from a bargain shop for the sum of £1.


It was labelled as "Rosa Virgo", but something tells me it isn't,


Can anyone advise as to what type of rose it might be ? It hasn't flowered yet, so I don't even know if they are white flowers !


Still, it was a bargain 


Many thanks

Arctic poppy query

Posted: 21/06/2017 at 09:30

True, gift horse in the mouth & all that !

Hedgehog

Posted: 20/06/2017 at 20:18

Bless Derek (great name !)

Arctic poppy query

Posted: 20/06/2017 at 17:11

, I agree nanny beach, I was hoping to grow them on to sell at a charity plant sale with other perennials but thought they didn't look very "perennially". They look in dire need  of potting on so I think I'll give it a try but to be honest if they're not as described I'll  be a bit miffed 

Convert lawn into paving

Posted: 20/06/2017 at 17:01

Bear in mind,if your kids fall over on grass,it's a lot less painful than on paving! 


And they always seem to find the paving  

Last edited: 20 June 2017 17:04:33

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