Fairygirl says:Just two Dove - almost nothing! Have you got your bucket and spade packed? ...
Just two Dove - almost nothing! Have you got your bucket and spade packed?
I'm going to borrow Hosta's
I've got my cozzie and special beach towel
I think it will be a more effective way to retain privacy in your garden if you use a combination of strategically placed pergolas and trellis panels rather than a tree.
Two sleeps now !!!
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They look more like wild damsons to me
You can make Damson gin instead of Sloe gin.
I would leave it tonight and water tomorrow morning
We got down to minus something in the low teens some years back when we lived out in rural Suffolk on a smallholding ... that was pretty grim.
Now it's clouded over here and cooled down ... OH is back from his shopping expedition with some new tee shirts, and now we're both just flollopped ... conserving our energy
Busy-Lizzie says:I like it room temperature too, it was great from the barrel in that old tap room. Hope we can do it again one day About daughter's horse, still waiting for daughter to decide.See original post
I like it room temperature too, it was great from the barrel in that old tap room. Hope we can do it again one day
About daughter's horse, still waiting for daughter to decide.
If you know anyone who wants to run a great pub ... the tenancy of that one is on the market
http://adnams.co.uk/pubs/pub-tenancies/ ... fingers crossed someone good takes it on ...
29.4C in the shade in the back garden ......... phew, what a scorcher!!!
I'm indoors ... it's fractionally cooler ...
Wherever Pdoc is I just hope he is ok ((hugs))
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Can we see the whole plant please, from the side, so we can see how it is growing, leaf joints, that sort of thing
I don't like using chemicals either ... but as I said above, I used glyphosate to deal with the bindweed. There's a time and a place ... etc etc etc