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atway, are the leaves quite broad and about 15cm tall? If it is wild garlic, it is apparently invasive; I keep it in check by planting it in a hole in horticultural membrane covered in pea shingle. Will post photo 2morrow if you like
Victoria, I would just tell the horrid old man that the rate of TB has rocketed in recent years because of spitting. When I was a small child, circa 1952 I can remember being on the top of a bus in Hampstead (there's posh) I had just started to master reading and asking my mother what 'hawking and spitting' were as there was a sign on the bus forbidding it. I came across both when working on a building site in the Middle East and didn't eat for 3 days as I felt so sick! Eventually I got used to it.
Fg; please tell me what you can tie the string to in a Halls Silverline Costafortune with no after sales service Greenhouse?
I was looking at it today and thinking ;I will have to drill holes in the aluminium struts or use clothes pegs? There is absolutely nothing to fasten anything to.
There may be a soakaway in that area?
I think it may be an allium; had some like that but they seem to have vanished; they are not tall and the flower head is about the size of a tennis ball.
Gg, love those colours
Oh, Rosie; will you say hello to Andrew and the others on facebook for me? Sorry to be such a techno phobe. I have an old friend in London who is on facebook; perhaps I should get her to guide me through it
Alan4711, have just filled in the form, thank you for that. I doubt if I will qualify for a grant, though. But we will see
Emma, that is very kind of you
As a mural painter, a lot of my jobs were on building sites (after they had put the roof on) and you could never meet a more lovely, helpful and amusing lot than builders. Though I did work on an American site once and did not understand their humour at all and they didn't understand mine