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I don't know either, but I wonder if you've overwatered her? A lot of house plants don't need watering as often as you think.
Have a lovely day, Chickys.
We are going to supermarket and eating at Wok place, then stacking logs. Man cut a load on Monday. OH got back from UK yesterday, very tired and I didn't feel like log stacking on my own.
So would I
Cats have to poo somewhere, just wish it wasn't in the wrong place! A bluetit for a cat is like a chicken for us. Cats aren't the only ones with killer instincts. Humans have been pretty awful through the centuries.
My son planted an Eleagnus which worked pretty well. It's evergreen. Planting after leylandii you would have to enrich the soil with compost or rotted manure and dig it in. Here is a link to a hedging firm, I'm not intending to advertise them but their site has a lot of information about hedges. http://www.hedgesdirect.co.uk/acatalog/oleaster.html
Looks like a dandelion to me too. I think it's tap root was damaged (slug or something) and it's had to develop new roots which meant it was deprived of nourishment during growth.
Hope you get some sleep tonight Yvie.
Spent the afternoon emptying pots of summer bedding and replanting with spring bedding. My Border Collie followed me about like Monty's Nigel.
Meant Limoges airport! We're between the two.
Morning all. OH just rang. He has landed at Bergerac airport, so home soon But it was an early start for him, had to get up at 2am.
punkdoc, we need a photo of your younger self so that we can confirm that