I hope you are better enough for Easter eggs and family feasting, Liri.
Must get into the garden before it's too late. Have been cleaning the Church for Sunday, full of dead flies.
Supermarket day today, nearly out of dog food and I have about 10 people coming to lunch on Sunday after church.
My first OH is buried in the village graveyard. He said he wanted me next to him so I bought a double plot. I was 47 then, but he is the father of my children. 2nd OH will have his ashes scattered in the Woodland Trust wood where his first wife is. Our children from our first marriages know.
Clematis doesn't cling like ivy or Virginia Creeper. It winds it's leaves around the supports you give it.
I just cut off the bits that get in the way when mowing on the tractor mower. Otherwise, sorry don't know.
Sounds rather scarey, Edd. Hope you aren't too bruised.
Have weeded half a flower bed today, would have done more but had 3 long phone calls.
What a nuisance. Hope you get your onions planted and your op done, but it does seem incredibly inefficient and irresponsible of the hospital.
I can't see how it can tell you when to water. If you leave the lid on during germination the water drops back on the compost as condensation. When the plants are tiny leave the lid on with the ventilators open, there will still be little water loss. When the plants are bigger take the lid off or take them out of the propagator, then you use your fingers and your eyes to see when to water.
I've been weeding, but the phone kept ringing so haven't done as much as hoped.
No way, Matty! We are enjoying retirement.
Rose has been there over 20 years and doing well so will leave it. It's in a little bed against the house with the stone paving of the terrace around it.