Dovefromabove


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barbed wire plant

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 20:16

Not a plant I know - sorry. 

HELLO FORKERS! October Edition

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 19:06

Flolliped on the sofa stuffed with spag bol.  


Had a lovely chat with Wonky earlier - she had a good last day and knows that all her hard work was appreciated 

Japanese anenome / peony

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 18:53

I leave my Japanese anemones as they are for the winter and cut them hard back in the spring.  Their foliage remains for quite a while providing interest in the garden for the winter and also providing a bit of cover and protection for the smaller plants and of course, for the wildlife.


I find the peonies die down when they are ready - I just remove the dead leaves when they're brown and withered.

Figs

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 18:39

Reads Nursery have a great deal of experience growing figs in the UK - we've had our best crop ever since following this pruning and feeding regime


https://www.readsnursery.co.uk/blogs/tips-advice/163561031-fig-trees 

Anyone done any gardening today - version 3

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 15:22

I've sown two double rows of broad beans 


I'm going to plant my wallflowers this weekend 

HELLO FORKERS! October Edition

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 14:57

Wonky - glad you're having a lovely last day - nice presents~!!! 


House gleaming and ragu simmering on the hob for bolognese for supper.


Speaking of auto-corrections - some years ago I was proof-reading  a  music festival programme and discovered that Kathleen Ferrier had been replaced by Kathleen Ferrari  -  I think she'd probably have been quite amused by that 

Name that poo!!

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 14:06

Yes, some animal/s  has/have eaten too much of something that has disagreed with him/her/them.  


From the shape the grey ones could be the result of a hedgehog having eaten too much of something

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Why do threads get taken down?

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 14:00

That's really good to know janebarrie 

HELLO FORKERS! October Edition

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 12:37

I've sown the broad beans 


Now for some h*wk 

Mushroom ID please...

Posted: 27/10/2016 at 12:30

All sorts of possibiities.  To attempt to ID  fungi you need to see gills and the whole 'stem - and then to confirm it you need to do a spore print.  


Discussions started by Dovefromabove

Hello Forkers January 2017 Edition

A friendly place where everyone is welcome to chat about all sorts of things  
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New Year's Day 2017 Flower Count

What is blooming in your garden? 
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RIP Rick Parfitt

 
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Stolen wheelbarrow in Cornwall

 
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Brrrrrrrrrrr! Cold night ahead

Temperatures are going to drop like a stone 
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Loose brick

Do you have an easy DIY solution? 
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The things gardeners get up to!

 
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Muscari parviflorum

Does anyone know this plant? 
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Anyone following the cricket?

England's tour of India 
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French gardeners - do you know this viburnum?

 
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Bressingham Gardens autumn colour

The Dell Garden and Foggy Bottom looking a picture in October 2016 
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A golden fastigiate yew?

Which ... 
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Apple Day Events 2016

Dates and Locations etc - is there one near you? 
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Normal for Norfolk???

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Wot izzit?

Plant ID please 
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