Kitty, tell Debs if she's popping in she can call in at the bakers and pick up some Danishes
Ear's on the mend now thanks - swelling and pain gone - just the blisters to dry up now.
Pdoc you've got our share of rain ... Can you run a hosepipe into our waterbutts please?
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Just a thought ... This is the Bakers Dozen thread ...
Yes please Pansy ... Any chance of croissants to dip in my coffee?
Or if not I could make do with some Morning Rolls to have with butter and marmalade ...
Very kind of you and Joyce
Morning all ... No rain here - just drizzle yesterday ...
Ill have a read back with you Kitty ... OH is making the coffee
Wonky! Safety goggles when doing that in future!
Does the family have children visit the garden? If so it might be an idea to snip the very ends off the leaves?
That looks like rust - try to keep the leaves dry when watering and clear up any fallen leaves around the tree.
Another year bag and bin the 'asparagus tips' as soon as they appear ... They're the fruiting bodies producing the spores and spreading the dratted stuff.
improving drainage and increasing the alkalinity of the soil is supposed to help too.
Good morning all
enjoy your first day Clari
Have a good day Wonky
Glad your shoulders a bit easier Pat
It does look rather like a bindweed behind the Chaenomales.
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