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HELLO FORKERS! October Edition

Posted: 10/10/2016 at 10:12

Morning all.


Have a happy anniversary the Fidgets.


Oh dear DD, maybe you've got something in it. Hope they sort it.


We are going to supermarket, need butter and milk and loo rolls. But first will pick up my M & S order of winter pullovers from the paper shop. The delivery people can never find my house.


Mild frost again -2°

Last edited: 10 October 2016 10:13:16

Can you Identify this Jasmine & Share any tips?

Posted: 10/10/2016 at 09:57

That's encouraging.


My J. Polyanthum survived the winter outside the kitchen wall in a pot. It's twined itself all over the grill on the larder window. But it was a mild winter. Think I may re-pot it and leave it there as it's got too big to bring in.

HELLO FORKERS! October Edition

Posted: 09/10/2016 at 23:36

I thought "Wild Swans" was a great book, really interesting. There are parts of the world I know nothing about. I enjoyed "City of Joy" and "Geisha" too.

Strictly is back!

Posted: 09/10/2016 at 23:30

I agree with Doghouse and Obelixx about Tameka. But I find Judge Rinder very irritating.

HELLO FORKERS! October Edition

Posted: 09/10/2016 at 18:35

Glad you enjoyed your day Dove. Look forward to the pictures. I haven't seen Bressingham this late in the year.


I've cut down some finished perennials, lots more to do.


Doing sea bass with homegrown veg from the freezer, incl. broad beans, love them.

Last edited: 09 October 2016 18:36:36

Small £1.49 perennials

Posted: 09/10/2016 at 14:09

I agree with Verdun. I've lost small plants in the past because of cold and/or wet winters, slugs and snails or the cat digging them up. Re-pot them and put them somewhere safe like a cold frame. They won't need much watering in winter anyway and they will grow bigger in the spring and be better to plant out.

Plant ID's

Posted: 09/10/2016 at 14:04

I think he's got it! I would say the same.

HELLO FORKERS! October Edition

Posted: 09/10/2016 at 13:32

Yum, I like a touch of cinnamon too.


I really should be outside cutting down old perennials ...

Autumn colour.

Posted: 09/10/2016 at 13:27

They flower for quite a long time, at least a month, unless they get caught by frost. Even picked, indoors, they can last 3 weeks.

HELLO FORKERS! October Edition

Posted: 09/10/2016 at 08:53

Morning all.


We like the Gallopers too, Dove. Enjoy Bressingham.

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