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Latest posts by budlia63

Northern Light

Posted: 17/01/2013 at 23:26

Has anyone seen the Northern Lights, where's the best place to see, were they good,  is there anywhere in UK and was it an expensive trip?  birthday treat i hope!

 

kidling? is it worth getting GW subscription on ereader?

Posted: 17/01/2013 at 23:22

what athoughtful person you are Tima and your house must be calmer too I read the sample on a link from another thread and thought i'll buy Jan's copy & take it from there.

When is gardeners world back on the TV??

Posted: 17/01/2013 at 02:14

A-Z really good and Carole Kline Fridays why can't we have gardening everyday? i'm sure there are more gardeners than football fans and my OH can always find a match on

Calling Daniel Hayes re electronic magazine

Posted: 17/01/2013 at 01:20

well i'm impressed who's zinnio and will a notebook be ok to view it all Daniel?

kidling? is it worth getting GW subscription on ereader?

Posted: 17/01/2013 at 01:04

thanx for that folks think i'll get subscription and see if it's free with it. i'm sure technology will catch up if enough people want it

no more food talk please :o(

Posted: 04/01/2013 at 19:19

2D can't show the real thing  still looks amazing and you seem to know what you like great pics

Happy New Year

Posted: 31/12/2012 at 22:16

Happy new year from me and god bless you in 2013  xxx

kidling? is it worth getting GW subscription on ereader?

Posted: 31/12/2012 at 17:23

Love books too but too heavy for bedtime reading it says online if you get a subscription the ipad version is free-am fed up of old mags everywhere and i thought one could highlight snippets and save them in clippings thanks for interest flower

no more food talk please :o(

Posted: 31/12/2012 at 16:17

Busy Lizzie just looked again at your shady planting and I think hellebores would add a nice touch to it.  Just noticed that we have flowers pushing up on ours in back garden even after wettest year for a century!

New fence has ruined my garden, please help!

Posted: 31/12/2012 at 16:07

You seem to have plenty of space round the corner and a beautiful secluded area.  As you've a trampoline etc why not convert that area to utility area for washing line, compost bin, shed, veg patch or anything else you need.  I wouldn't paint the fence-too expensive.  You could grow clematis montana rubens all the way down fence as it's very quick to establish and foxgloves, delphiniums and holyhocks for impact. i would dig over soil and add lots of organic matter then when you find inspiration it's ready.  Good luck, Lauren and don't forget books for gardening book for ideas find a pic and aim for it.  Have a look for The small garden by JohnBrookes for great photos, plans and planting schemes.

Discussions started by budlia63

environmental responsiblity

creasote 
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pop ups urgh!

can't get rid of em 
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Northern Light

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kidling? is it worth getting GW subscription on ereader?

to buy or not to buy 
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no more food talk please :o(

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name the iris please

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can anyone name this plant?

red leaved bought at tatton 2011 
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no blueberries

established bush 
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contact daniel haynes

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local flower show

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