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Indeed Dove - but they are such handsome birds. So long as they leave a few for us ......
Well done Daniel et al - hope it hasn't disrupted too many of your weekend plans . I occasionally have to work at the weekend, and it is guaranteed to put me in a grump - so real, genuine thanks from this yellow, fluffy tweeter
Going to get my windowsill propagator out and sow my first batch of seeds - lupins, delphiniums, dahlias, rudbeckias, agastache and chillis. sowed some wildflowers in seedtrays outside a few weeks ago and the corn cockles are coming through - but no sign of the others yet. Oh, and out for supper this evening, so need to got to GC for a pot of flowers ....... Might have a sneaky peek for bargains whilst i am there
Very sad - he should get himself a garden - it does wonders
Lizzie - if you find the posts from the "verdun" that only has 7 or so posts, and ignore that one, then the real one and his posts still appear
I've reported it - although might not be too many moderators around at the moment. In the meantime that ignore button should do the trick .....
Have reported it - night night folks
Reported - its like catching the kitchen spammers
Stacey - i put mine in the ground. Some say you then lift them in the autumn, and store the corms/bulbs like dahlias - but mine seem to survive left in the ground - we are both in the south east so think that might work for you too
Thanks Fairy - will look up the Lutyens programme - we are deep in the heart of his country - in fact friends of ours live a real live Lutyens house
Saw my first big bumble-type bees outside today Oh, and the bullfinches are back - don't know where they go, but they are never around in winter