Dovefromabove


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HELLO FORKERS! June Edition

Posted: Today at 19:49

Hosta 


FG, yes he was beaten, but he put up a fight and won many friends - M. Federer included 

Worries & troubles that affect Forum friends - part 2

Posted: Today at 19:47

BL  ((hugs))

HELLO FORKERS! June Edition

Posted: Today at 18:49
Hostafan1 says:

...  BOOZE!!!! at this time of day?????? 


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 With supper Hosta ... Isn't that allowed?  Just occasionally???  

Ok what's wrong now!!??!!

Posted: Today at 18:14

No probs J&H - glad you've got it sorted 

Help with identifying

Posted: Today at 17:59

Japanese anemone


Harmless little toadstools - they'll disappear when the weather dries up a bit.  


Brambles, or possibly raspberry suckers.  

HELLO FORKERS! June Edition

Posted: Today at 17:52

Wimbledon watching going on here - Willis is winning a lot of friends 


KEF - any chance of getting a new little friend for lonely pig?  


Pdoc ((hugs))  you're doing everything right 


Spanish chicken in oven - a bottle of San Miguel opened and nearly all gone - good job there's another one 

Aphids on my cuttings

Posted: Today at 17:46

Yes, rub them off with fingers and thumb.  Pesky little blighters 

Picked Gooseberries too early

Posted: Today at 17:44

Jam 


I pick half the crop now and make jam.  The ones I leave on the bush to ripen and we have them in tarts, crumbles or even just gently stewed with yoghurt for breakfast.  Lush!!! 

Last edited: 29 June 2016 17:45:01

blue geranium gone mad

Posted: Today at 17:42
obelixx says:

Rozanne - I got fed up with mine taking over the world so cut it back hard and moved it to a spot that gets full sun all day and that seems to have calmed it down and its now a lot less lax and floppy and looks great.


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 My Rozanne wandered over and through the other plants in the border - I did as you did Obelixx - I dug it up early this spring, as soon as it appeared, split it into three and potted it for a while to get it going, then planted them out in the new sunny bed - it's much happier now it has more sunshine and is flowering more and looks more like the illustrations - neat mounds of foliage and colour, not leggy and lanky any more 

Low growing flowers for lawn alternative

Posted: Today at 13:11

That sounds more like a flower bed - it'll need the same sort of maintenance - weeding, hoeing, dividing, mulching etc.  

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East Anglian Bluebell Expedition

Another excuse for cake ............  
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Our favourite romantic songs 
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