Cangrandmafixiit


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Wish list for seed and plant swap

Posted: 13/09/2014 at 22:31

I also have a small amount of Creppis. Think this is what it is , it's a pale pink 9inch high  dandelion type flower.

Wish list for seed and plant swap

Posted: 13/09/2014 at 22:27

I have the following seed ready. . pm me if your interested in anything, please excuse spelling ( don't do spell in)

LEMON HOLLY HOCK  single flower.

MIXED HOLLY HOCK.       """ """

SALVIA    4ft     tall

CROCOSMIA.       LUCIFER

SWISS CHARD.       MIXED

HONESTY.   Purple

ECHINOPS      White.    

ECHINOPS.     Blue

CORN COCKLE

LYCHNIS Mix

CLEMATIS    Angel.    .

More to come as they ripen and me finding them in my half a jungle.!   

Dinner Party Guest (who would you invite?)

Posted: 12/09/2014 at 23:23

There is always the takeaway pansy

Now for the come dine with me , ...........

Who would I ask ?

I would ask Alan Tichmarsh along with his groundforce  gang then they could work for their supper. I'd of course do them a three course er with a good bottle of plonk  for after they've given my garden a full cottage look.

If Alan was already booked it would be my very close second choice of Monty, but considering his health conditions I would pick his brains clean. !

Senior Citizen

Posted: 12/09/2014 at 14:54

      Hi.  Palaisglide

Pleased you are on the mend ,take care 

Gran

Discoloured skin n outdoor grown tomatoes

Posted: 11/09/2014 at 01:03

Can you take a photo?

Talk about daylight robbery!

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 21:32

Northern lass 2

Looking at your garden and thinking of what you said I can fully understand where your coming from!  

Your garden, it's beautiful and dare I say it but  looks relaxing too. .

And looks very established ( if that's the right word    )      

Can I ask you what the stone feature is in your  first photo ?

Reason I'm  curious is we found one in our out buildings when we moved in here. I have always though it was for grinding corn  as the top is separate but was placed on top as though the two belonged together.

Hope my borders eventually look something like yours, your doing very well , it is hard with a big garden from scratch but worth it. Gran

Well Rotted Manure and Dogs

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 20:04

I wonder if you can cover it over with black poly sacks held down with something.it's just a thought. 

I'm sure someone else on here will know if it would work 

Talk about daylight robbery!

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 14:26

I agree with obelixx, time spent in this case means enjoyment but I do have the time and I suppose not everyone does.

walking round a garden that you have grown from seed ,cuttings  AND bargain basement plants makes my day.

 it also depends on the size of your garden.in my case I have a large spread and apart from having herbaceous borders I like to grow veg, a gravel bed for succulents the rest I'm still planning.

With  buying a plant from a nursery you are seeing what you are getting even if it is a few pounds more.

Talk about daylight robbery!

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 11:25

Hi Lyn

You  dropped on there we'll done 

Must admit in earlier years I would have swore by Parkers , in  the last 2 years I have had mixed views

Talk about daylight robbery!

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 10:54

Sorry,  for us they are what we call close being the one at Brigg,  and Gilberdyke these are within 45 mins by car.the  Spring gdc is Hornsea way.

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