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In a border I'd get rid of it quick - it'll spread and invade everywhere. We allow some to survive along the edge of the lawn against the sleepers of the Shady Bank, but we strim it back before it seeds.
As Obelixx says, there's lots of much better groundcover plants than Creeping Buttercup
You coming home tonight or tomorrow morning Hosta ?
Good luck Panda
Back from SM - just having a coffee before I get out into the garden
It went down to 7.7C here last night Verdun, but it's on its way back up now
Have a good shopping expedition
Honeysuckle - different varieties so you can stagger the flowering times
and I would go for hawthorn, environmentally much richer - flowers for pollinating insects, berries for the birds
Good morning all
Shhhhhhhhhh! The sun's shining and it's Friday
The constant supply of water may be the problem - I find it better to grow tomatoes 'hard' allowing them to begin to wilt between waterings - I get well flavoured tomatoes with few problems (fingers crossed ).
They will start to turn a paler green first, that's the first sign of ripening, then they will start developing colour.
Whichever God or none, the sentiments are the same
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At this time of year leave them to ripen on the plant - later in the season when temperatures drop you can pick them and bring them indoors to ripen - usually it's mid to late September before I do that.