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It's 29.0 C here,St Marrten now home Saturday, back to reality, frosts and wind, and a diet.
I Pad on this occasion.
I must confess I am a treehugger.
It's not all bad news,of to the Carribaean tomorrow.Daughter in Hove said no problems there.
A regularly cut hedge produces a thick dense structure ideal for wildlife,the lazy farmer cuts infrequently and then butchers the hedge leaving damaged branches susceptible to disease and looking horrible.the cost of cutting a hedge by hand is too great and cannot be justified but is the best solution.
Electric back on Wednesdat 2.30pm, off since Monday 7.00am.at least 10 man days work on storm damaged trees,new 12x8 greenhouse demolished, freezer full of food thrown away.keeps you busy.
Planted last November 3 Claret Ash , about 2metres, no obvious Claret yet.
very quick growing but late into leaf.Oak before Ash wer'e in for a splash,Ash before Oak were in for a soak.
Lovely photo, never seen them that big insitu in England., only in the Leu gardens Orlando.last week bought several into GH it has prompted new blossoms,may take photo later today.
My father's only cruise was on the Queen Mary,left Southampton to Suez via Cape Town.Has never had desire for a cruise since.
Ash is one of the best woods for logs.it can be used both green and dried.locally ash logs cost more than others.