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Our NGS Open Day

Posted: 02/02/2013 at 17:03

They are gorgeous - thanks Pam. Look forward to seeing more pics throughout the year.



Posted: 02/02/2013 at 16:59

Hi Ken, Are you sure it is a totally bare patch? I find that mime looks bare but isn't really - it's more a case of flattened and muddy. When the ground is drier I'll give it a good raking over and if behaves the same as in previous years the grass will grow back fine.


Bronze ornaments

Posted: 02/02/2013 at 11:51

Happy birthday Berkley! maybe you'll post a pic of your new acquisition!

Those b....y muntjac again

Posted: 01/02/2013 at 19:14

Hey nutcutlet - sorry you still got snow where you are, I know what you mean! We used to have loads of problems with deer and all we could do was fence, fence , fence!  I don't like it cos' I prefer everything to be more 'natural' looking. We didn't fence in the 'wild bit' so they still roam freely there. The hedge planting we did donwn the lane is now probably sufficiently high/thick to remove the fencing soon so that will be good. They are a pain but I do like to watch them when I can

sea kale

Posted: 01/02/2013 at 19:06

Nope just Kale 'Frosty' for me tho' just having done some reading on sea kale I'm interested to hear if anyone does

Bronze ornaments

Posted: 31/01/2013 at 19:03

Busy-Lizzie - was it the Sculpture Park in Surrey? I've been there a couple of times because we have friends in the area and it's a lovely visit. Even if you don't buy you can get some lovely photos

Last time OH did succumb and buy something - defo not cheap but once you fall in love with something what are you supposed to do!


Too late to plant Tulip/Daff bulbs?

Posted: 30/01/2013 at 19:36

I bought 50 tete a tete for £1.00 and 25 Tulip Queen of Night at £1.00 a bag each 3 weeks ago. Planted immediately, tulips seemed to go in OK but  I put the daffs in  a ditch and as I was planting, 6" down I was hitting water, Being the glass half-full kind of person I kept my fingers crossed but I can't believe the number of times my garden has beeen under inches of water in the last weeks  They were cheap so no big deal but I would hate it if they rotted away 'cos of the amount of rain we are getting

Apple Tree

Posted: 29/01/2013 at 19:57

That's a lovely thought holedigger but it just might not be viable. I wouldn't expect to grow bananas in Hampshire so maybe apples are just a no-no in the Gambia!

Red Robin Shrub

Posted: 29/01/2013 at 19:51


Swiss chard

Posted: 28/01/2013 at 19:39

Sorry forgott to say I grow Bright Lights for the loevely, different colour stems. I tend to steam the stems and cook the leaf as I do spinach

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