Berghill


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HELLO FORKERS! part two

Posted: 14/02/2016 at 08:50

Once upon a time you sent a hand made message anonymously to someone you liked. None of this expensive rubbish which is promoted these days. And why should I tell my loved one how I feel on just one day in the year when I tell her every day?

My toe is because I had to have my big toe nail removed as it was so badly damaged by dropping something on it a while back. Hope if heals soon as the garden is definitely getting away from us at present.

 

HELLO FORKERS! part two

Posted: 13/02/2016 at 21:05

Managed to walk round the garden today. It is a mess. My toe has stopped me from doing the jobs needed. Too dratted painful to stand up for long and the ground is too wet to go out in my slippers which are the only non-painful footwear.

Still it has given me time to proof read my books. Fabulous birthday present from eldest son. He has arranged for some of my stories to be printed. Chuffed is the word.

Primrose help

Posted: 09/02/2016 at 12:21

Feed with Tomato fertiliser. Nip off the individual spent flowers.

What/Where have all my snowdrops gone?

Posted: 06/02/2016 at 17:04

The flowers on ours are nibbled by snails, sometimes even before they emerge from the ground too.

What/Where have all my snowdrops gone?

Posted: 06/02/2016 at 13:46

Sorry but Snowdrops are poisonous to rabbits and mice so I guess to squirrels too.

e-mail warning

Posted: 06/02/2016 at 13:38

Forward any dodgy emails back to spoof@paypal.co.uk.

They are very good at dealing with these. Forwarding does not need the email to be opened. then delete it.

One from Ebay goes to spoof@Ebay.co.uk

Amazon goes to stopspoofing@Amazon.co.uk

Cyclamen coum

Posted: 06/02/2016 at 11:48

This is the verge outside the garden.


And yes there are hederifolium in there too. Cutting the grass does not seem to damage them though. Weed and Feed would.

 

Cyclamen coum

Posted: 06/02/2016 at 09:16

I dig them up to sell them. The garden is stuffed to bursting with them, even got them as lawn weeds.

ornamental grasses garden

Posted: 05/02/2016 at 20:43

I knows my onions. After all I collect the things. And this is definitely a grass and it has bulbous bases and it smells of onions and its common name is Onion couch!

ornamental grasses garden

Posted: 05/02/2016 at 18:06

Well it came as Arrhenatum variegatum and for a while that is what it was, then it went green and spread everywhere and I mean everywhere and it is a devil to remove and the bulbs stink f onions too. And the last thing one can say about anywhere in our garden is 'hot'.

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