Posted: 10/05/2014 at 20:29
What a little cutie
Stacey - knew as soon as i saw the photos what you had found .... didn't need to read the words! I have one growing happily in the garden, and 2 that have been overwintered in the GH ready to join it soon
Agree with Verdun - being told you're great is as important as the payrise - well done to SiL and niece.
Had a GH day, after finding the bedding plants i needed in the GC (isotoma and salvia rhea - both the deer equivalent of brussel sprouts) - they are a bit unusual, so i always heave a sigh of relief when i lay my hands on them. They have been potted on and will grow in the GH for a couple of weeks. Also potted up lupins, dahlias and rudbeckias from their seed trays - GH is getting a bit congested
Stayed in hospital 5 days with my first - had an emergency C - was terrified when i was finally let home. Thank heavens my Mum was on hand