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Just read my first ever book on a kindle .....still like pages better, but might come in handy on planes, trains and holidays. And now I know what the Great Gatsby is all about
Early start tomorrow, so will see you all mid-week
No problem, any time
My only excuse is that they were a)30% off in the bareroot sale b) no postage as we live close enough to pick them up c) another 10% off as a GW subscriber.....so i saved nearly as much as i spent. Does that mean I'm in profit for the day so far Maybe I should go back and spend my ill gotten gains on more plants before it disappears on something else (like groceries or cleaning products)
2x prunus amanogawa just ordered ....Yvie, I am holding you responsible
Will probably start next weekend, or the one after
I grew the double click cranberries last year - they were gorgeous, and didn't get too tall. Have ordered more this year - from Chiltern seeds (£2.45)
This year I will plant them somewhere where they don't clash with the rudbeckias
Lily - went for a wander down the lanes, did a bit of high street shopping, stopped for afternoon tea, had a walk on the beach and a promenade on the pier ....we did it all. Fun times
might get out in the garden today. I have a mighty atom that needs planting and some brambles that need attacking and a great deal of just looking to do.
Just in from birthday meal ... Lovely day all round. cake turned out fab, so thanks for the recipe tips.
Lizzie - so sorry to hear about Tigger. Difficult times
Just had to google Frankie Bridge - nice haircut
Rest of the household still sleeping. The birthday girl has requested a day trip to Brighton - so thats where we are off to in a bit. Cake to look forward to when we get back. Susan, I got the recipe from folks on here .....a couple of pages back Dove posted the link (fraid I don't have the skills to post links myself)
keep warm peeps (Need a smiley with a scarf)
Ta-dah My work is done:
And now, time for a glass of wine !!