Dovefromabove


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Anyone up for a little experiment? Could be fun?

Posted: Yesterday at 20:57

Maybe think of one for this year Tesni ? 

Hello Forkers - March Thread

Posted: Yesterday at 20:29

Good luck with that Aunty Rach. 


Right, flollopped on the sofa in front of Vera ............. see you in the morning ........... sweet dreams everyone. 

Muddy pond water

Posted: Yesterday at 20:27

I agree - it will settle - just leave it alone. 

Bees and wasps

Posted: Yesterday at 20:24

Mine wasn't a mini skirt .... it was a full length kaftan ... 

Huge wiry tree

Posted: Yesterday at 19:53

I'm sure you  can thin it out a bit and impose a little control next autumn, just so that it doesn't take over your garden completely.


Watching the birds in there will be wonderful 

Anyone done any gardening today - version 3

Posted: Yesterday at 19:41

Nothing other than a bit of pottering done in the garden here ... it was too cold in that east wind ... but we did go to the GC and came back with a car load of mulch and compost, some garden twine, three birthday cards and ....................................... two pulmonarias (they must've had sticky labels )


That counts as gardening, doesn't it? 

Huge wiry tree

Posted: Yesterday at 19:05

I've seen a Russian vine virtually swallow an old farmhouse and the apple tree which grew in the garden - over not many years they disappeared from site - not for nothing is it called Mile a Minute Vine. 

Resurrected Nine

Posted: Yesterday at 18:59

Hazel - I'm sorry to hear that ... I've enjoyed your company ...I wish you well.  

Huge wiry tree

Posted: Yesterday at 18:56

Goodness me   yes that does need sorting out ... it looks more as if there's years and years of some sort of creeper which has climbed over a tree .......... which may or may not be alive beneath it.


My first concern is that at this time of year a tangled mass like that is likely to contain active birds' nests and of course you must not disturb them.


I think I would watch and wait ... as the spring and summer arrive you and we will have more clues through leaves and possible flowers to work out what you've got there - I think there may be several plants in all of that.  


Then in the late summer and autumn we'll have a better idea of your options. 

Alien Aquilegia

Posted: Yesterday at 18:40

I would leave them alone - they'll green up and adjust to the light and better living conditions 

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