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It looks so beautiful now, I remember the hedge too. You've worked very hard.
What do you do for drainage in a jug, has it got a hole in the bottom?
Blossom end rot isn't a disease it's a disorder from lack of water of irregular watering so it's not catching. Some of the first courgettes always fall off or go brown at the ends then they romp away. My cucumbers never do very well. Strawberries are best in the second year, but need netting against birds. My OH mowed down my young pear tree, didn't even notice it in the grass! But when it all works it's great!
Thanks Chicky, seen them
Now it's started a new page, just to confuse things.
Found Stacey's pics on previous page. I clicked on "view first unread post" and it took me to this page, but I hadn't seen some of the last page yet.
Saw yours OL, not blight, blossom end rot, curable with correct watering. Mine is usually fatal.
Where did Stacey put her pics?
Here is a page of pink roses from David Austin, so you see identifying, even with a photo, is difficult. http://www.davidaustinroses.co.uk/american/searchlist.asp Sorry, had a look and all the pink roses that were on that page have gone, don't know how to delete reply.
Disaster has struck! My outdoor tomatoes have blight. They looked OK 2 days ago. Have soaked them in fungicide but I'll probably have to burn them. Just when family are coming to stay in 2 weeks. It's been so cool here recently, usually in the high 20s.
Hello John, we wondered where you'd got to. I hope your friends are OK. Welcome back.