Busy-Lizzie


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Jam jar flowers

Posted: 25/09/2017 at 20:59

They are both very pretty.


I should have another one but I'm off to child mind for daughter tomorrow, so it will have to wait.

Hello Forkers ... September edition

Posted: 25/09/2017 at 19:41

Tense moment, Hosta.


Jeans buying is quite complicated. I hate skinny jeans and jeans on the hips that fall down when you walk. M&S used to be good, no longer. The last jeans I bought were in Bonmarché, cheap, don't fall down and boot cut.


Bought a couple of summer dresses this summer for 2 grandchildrens' christenings from Seasalt. Love them, below the knee, one with short sleeves, other with 3/4 sleeves, pretty fabric, comfortable.

Hello Forkers ... September edition

Posted: 25/09/2017 at 13:32

Looked up Amorphophallus, there are lots of different sorts. Is yours a very smelly one, Hosta?

Hello Forkers ... September edition

Posted: 25/09/2017 at 13:28

Mammogram wasn't too bad physically, I'm not small (must be much worse if you are dainty). But emotionally a bit tense. Had the mammogram, had to wait half dressed in a cubicle for Doc. But the Xray girl came back and said she was going to take more photos of the right side. Then another wait, different woman came and said Doc wanted an ecography. Waited ages on the table then Doc came, took some time on right side, snapping pics, very quick on left side. But at the end he said it was OK. I will receive results and Xrays by post to take to my GP. So that's it for 2 years, I hope.


Hope Dove's knee gets sorted. When's the scan?


Rain has stopped.

Hello Forkers ... September edition

Posted: 25/09/2017 at 09:30

Hello Forkers ... September edition

Posted: 25/09/2017 at 09:19

Thanks Lily and Hosta, could do with a Hosta hug

Hello Forkers ... September edition

Posted: 25/09/2017 at 09:08

Morning all.


Absolutely tipping with rain here. It woke me in the night as well.


Mammography is this morning

Roses

Posted: 24/09/2017 at 22:45

David Austin has some good ones. Snow Goose is great for an arch, white. The Pilgrim and Teasing Georgia are lovely yellow ones. Malvern Hills is a small flower repeating rambler, yellow, very pretty.

Strictly is back!

Posted: 24/09/2017 at 22:36

Don't think she will, she was 2nd on the leaderboard. Very supple at 58. I haven't heard of many of them, so haven't sorted out yet who is who.

Garden Gallery 2017

Posted: 24/09/2017 at 19:06

Lovely colours, but are you sure they are Tagetes? They look like Zinnia "Profusion" to me with those leaves.

Discussions started by Busy-Lizzie

Do you know what this houseplant is, please?

 
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Problems using the website

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Garden Gallery 2017

Photos of your gardens 
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Shelf life of grease balls for birds

 
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Moss in Flower bed

 
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What is your weather like? (2)

 
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The Old Vicarage near East Ruston

We visited this garden yesterday, fabulous 
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When We Were Young

To chat about our memories 
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What is your weather like?

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Busy Lizzie's Open Garden

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What tree has a flower like this?

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Are there seeds that don't like very cold storage?

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weird caterpillar like thingy ID please

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Gardener's World and the average gardener

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Gardens we Have Visited 2014

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