cowslip2


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Posted: 17/01/2015 at 18:52

I can't quite figure out why some forum members took my original post as a criticism. It was a case of "As a matter of interest...." I do not know how many forums there are, but two which are regularly used, are Digital Spy, and The Lounge. Seemingly covering every subject under the sun. I find it so nice to be able to chat about cookery, agas, dogs, music, politics, music, wildlife. Thirst for knowledge. Oh dear, that darn enquiring mind again!!

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Posted: 13/01/2015 at 18:26

Here I am again! Well, well, what a response. I was just fascinated by what my fellow humans do. Most folk would agree that it is best to have an enquiring mind. Hence never bored. 

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Posted: 10/01/2015 at 20:05

I do not wish to be rude or say the wrong thing, but I often wonder where some people get the time from to contribute to this forum so often. Some names pop up on such a regular basis one wonders if they ever do any work. Is it good for someone to have the computer on quite so often?.

Secateurs

Posted: 14/12/2014 at 18:00

Felco, without a doubt!

Feeding birds.

Posted: 09/12/2014 at 19:05

I am most concerned having just read about the fat balls so many of us hang up for our garden birds. It was said that many of these are low in fat, and include fillers like sand, sawdust, and even glue. Oh dear, I am shocked and upset. How can we be expected to know such things? I guess there are many makes. and indeed shops selling bird food. No doubt a paying game, as so many of us are keen to do our best for our lovely garden birds at this time of year. What can we do?

Bird Feeding.

Posted: 29/11/2014 at 20:59

Does anyone have knowledge or thoughts on feeding fat to garden birds. I am particularly thinking of the fat  which has been used for cooking a meat joint. I hasten to add , this would be rendered many times so that all impurities have been thrown away.

building houses on green belt land

Posted: 14/11/2014 at 17:41

It is a wonder the government do not cover the whole country in concrete. Not enough people care for the countryside. Breaks my heart to see our glorious farm land disappear  at such an alarming rate. 

Brassicas.

Posted: 11/11/2014 at 20:29

Amazed to be finding so many caterpillars on my sprouts. This is November, not the usual time for them, in the spring.

Carrot bed

Posted: 04/11/2014 at 17:34

So very successful with using the previous years runner bean compost as base for carrot bed, topped with JI no 2 compost.

What peas are the best

Posted: 13/08/2014 at 18:23

Best variety? Hurst Greenshaft, I would say, without a doubt. Does anyone know of a Mangetout variety that is less than 6ft tall?

Discussions started by cowslip2

Eccremocarpus Scaber.

Germination. 
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Slugs on Delphiniums.

Alum 
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French beans.

crop rotation. 
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Seed sowing.

Gadgets. 
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Weed killer.

Totril. 
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Birds.

Swallows. 
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Ponds.

Size. 
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Precious site.

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Every day. 
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Feeding birds.

Fat balls. 
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Bird Feeding.

Fat. 
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Brassicas.

Caterpillars. 
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Tender Perennial.

Convolvulus Altheoides. 
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Convolvulus Star of Yalta.

Mystery death. 
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Spring soil.

Tilth. 
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