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... Don't think he is one of Slough's favourite poets
Stacey - doing the same as you - probably heading for the same destination - will wave if i see you!
... and if you are Betjeman in disguise, best not admit it at home - don't think he is
Cakelady - make sure you choose trees that will be pollination partners for each other. We planted some fruit trees a couple of years ago and found the Ashridge trees website really useful at explaining it all. They even have mini videos of how to plant amd stake a tree.
On train home from London (love my iPhone!). Really lovely day finished off with mexican meal. Churros and chocolate for pud - yum yum
FG - one direction - nuff said
My noodling took me to Leicester Square - where i am currently surrounded by 70,000 screaming teenage girls - one of whom is my responsibility!
Same here for apples - this year i have hung smelly soap in the trees and they have taken a couple but left us some. I am hoping that as the trees get more prolific there will be enough to share
Gilly - noodling is a technical term for mooching about wherever the mood takes you, doing not very much at all ! One of my favourite ways to spend a day.
take care on your travels eveyone
Morning - day off, so a bit later today. Off to London to meet up with my sister and nieces - going for a spin on the eye, then a bit of noodling. No gardening at all! Hope everyone has a good day.
Georgie, what a beautiful garden - looks idyllic
Lizzie - love the contrast between spring and late summer. What is the big yellow clump, and does it grow that size from nothing each year??