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Yes, I agree with Bekkie - that's escaped from here
Many of the brassicas have similar flowers, but that looks very much like oilseed rape to me - brother has acres of it.
Good morning all
David, that's going to look amazing!!!
The weather forecaster on R4 just said that it's a sunny morning in the east - shall I phone up and tell her it isn't
No idea about the begonia, but I think the campanula is either C. poscharskyana or C. portenschlagiana both very similar, one more rampant than the other - think it's the first that's more rampant.
bekkie hughes wrote (see)
They are unbelieveable! Got to be a whole days calories in a pack!
Probably more than that
We're eating a bar of dark chocolate with caramel bits - but we are sharing
Salix caprea - goat willow?
Didn't think it would have been an orange slug - even with a blurry photograph.
Perhaps it was a large orange rice crispy
Traditionally straw was spread over the strawberry bed (hence straw berry)
Nowadays you can buy Strawberry Mats - google them and you'll find different stockists and suggestions of how to make some yourself.
From the photo I don't think that's Arion rufus - the orange slug - we have lots of them here - but the photo isn't clear ....
Nikki - did it look like this?
Perfect - it will spread so give it room.