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Uploading Photos

Posted: Yesterday at 22:28

You're very welcome, Nooze....glad it worked for you. It does add an extra & useful dimension to the forum.

New Member

Posted: Yesterday at 20:57
star gaze lily wrote (see)

Hi Freewillow, welcome to the forum, they are all bonkers....not me tho 

David, you made me giggle 

 

Can't take me anywhere, Lily.

Worries & troubles that affect Forum friends.

Posted: Yesterday at 18:52

Good luck, Verdun....sounds a bit of a troublesome time for you.

Makes feel so grateful that both my (now deceased) parents who lived into their 80s & 90s retained their faculties until the end and continued to live contentedly at home to the last.

New Member

Posted: Yesterday at 18:36

Welcome aboard, freewilly.  

Camera Corner

Posted: Yesterday at 18:31

Aww...exquisite barely covers it, donutsmrs.  Many thanks for sharing. 

Homegrown Wedding Flowers

Posted: Yesterday at 10:49

Of course, I would suggest sweet peas   I would just add that,  for them to be available for a June wedding the seed would need to be sown in autumn. Buy good quality seed from a specialist grower.....this way you'll be able to choose colours & fragrances to suit your requirements.....and don't forget the Gypsophila.

Worries & troubles that affect Forum friends.

Posted: Yesterday at 10:39

So pleased to hear that positive news, Lily....wishing for a speedy recovery. xx

New garden new start... Fingers crossed

Posted: Yesterday at 09:15

SweetPea....I'm really chuffed for you, you'll soon put your stamp on it I'm sure.

Talkback: Elephant hawk moth

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 21:51
nutcutlet wrote (see)

Yes, hollie hock. And fuchsias, I didn't knoow that til recently.

I think he's handsome (not you David)

 

Well, nut......if you think he's handsome, you would deffo think I'm not.

Talkback: Elephant hawk moth

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 16:09
nutcutlet wrote (see)

I've still never seen one of those

Lots of EHMs though

 

That's surprising, nut.....they usually drop from the host plant/s to the ground about this time of year, then burrow into the soil for the winter. They then emerge as a fully developed moth in the spring.......I see loads.

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