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This is great - but in a while if we don't keep an eye on it it'll disappear off the front page so we ought to remember to bump it up occasionally so new people can see it.
I think this has lots of useful possibilities - we're visiting Cornwall at the end of the month - now I know there are a few people in that area, perhaps a meet up for coffee at a congenial garden centre might be a possibility?
What type of roses are they?
TT - the map did the same thing to me so Nut added me to the map - maybe someone will do the same for you
We had at least two/possibly three hogs hibernating in our hoggie houses - one didn't survive the winter - the corpse seemed very small when I cleaned out the boxes - but the others are tucking in happily to the food I leave out each night.
I put out a mixture of dried hedgehog food, with some chopped peanuts, banana chips and mealworms added - and a bowl of fresh rainwater which is nearly empty each morning
Welcome Pamela - your garden sounds lovely - what an adventure - and you've mentioned two of the magic words - hellebores and aquilegias - some real enthusiasts on here
As for the veg patch - the trick there is to enthuse the undergardener to take on the heavy work, and for you to take the much more onerous responsibility of supervision and direction I find promises of cake work very well
Could be several different things, from hogweed to various cultivated plants - can you post a more detailed picture including the stems please?
Also, is this in a cultivated bed or a long-established wild patch?
How close to your house or drains, or those of other people?
It's a brilliant idea Even if Google wouldn't let me do my own (thanks Nut).
Thank you Blackest
Good morning all Sunny here in Norfolk at the moment, but with some heavy clouds hanging about. I've got today off work
I need to get my hoe out, lots of little green weeds appearing all over the place
Nut. at long last I've got some signs of life in my seedtrays - some of the foxglove seeds you sent me have seed leaves and there is a sign of life with the codonopsis too I can see everything kicking off just as we're ready to go away at the end of next week I can see my neighbour is in for a long lecture about her watering duties
Stir it up and water it - they'll leave in search for somewhere warm, dry and undisturbed