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I think a lot depends on the weather if you grow them outside. I'm sticking to seeds. Love Sungold, have sweet tooth!
It's his birthday present, said he was too old for "things"!
Good morning all. Grey and drizzle here. Etoile Violette will have to wait for her prune, unless it clears up.
OH's birthday so we are going out to lunch in a Michelin starred restaurant.
Tracey, I meant to say strawberries are OK outside, but I got carried away on the subject of wind.
My Dad was mad about motor racing. When he died my mother, sister and I went to the florist to choose some flowers for his funeral, his favourites were red roses. The florist had some beautiful red roses called "Grand Prix".
I am very lady like, been told I talk posh, but can't help having wind with fizzy drinks, Lily! I wear posh green wellies a lot. Oh dear, spell check changed that word to something a bit rude!
I think I would wrap some damp kitchen towels around those roots, Chicky.
I can see one photo of a lawn that looks like my lawn after all this rain!
I thought that was strange, very green for February. I hope your garden is OK Ivyhouse, must be upsetting for you. Plants can be very resistant though.
Love Champagne, but it makes me burp