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star gaze lily wrote (see)
Hi Freewillow, welcome to the forum, they are all bonkers....not me tho David, you made me giggle
Hi Freewillow, welcome to the forum, they are all bonkers....not me tho
David, you made me giggle
Can't take me anywhere, Lily.
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.
Welcome aboard, freewilly.
Aww...exquisite barely covers it, donutsmrs. Many thanks for sharing.
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.
So pleased to hear that positive news, Lily....wishing for a speedy recovery. xx
SweetPea....I'm really chuffed for you, you'll soon put your stamp on it I'm sure.
nutcutlet wrote (see)
Yes, hollie hock. And fuchsias, I didn't knoow that til recently. I think he's handsome (not you David)
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.
I've still never seen one of those Lots of EHMs though
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.
I suppose this is about as good as it gets, Lyn....still far from beautiful, for me.