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Not sure what sort of creatures you're talking about. Can you post a photo or a better description?
Most of the invertebrates in the garden make a useful contribution to the eco-system and are friends to the gardener.
I think that camellia is absolutely gorgeous Wonky - that gorgeous central boss of golden stamens against the delicate creamy silk petals - like a wonderful embroidery.
Love it - and a complete bargain
Wonky - glad to see spring's arrived in your garden
My garden's catching up with yours - have a look on the Garden Pictures thread
Afraid I agree with Pansyface.
Iris ret. 'Alida'
Iris ret. 'Harmony' (got the focus a bit wrong )
Crocus 'Snow Bunting'
It's amazing what a couple of days of sunshine will do
Hi Petula - click on the green tree icon on the toolbar above where you type your post and follow the instructions to upload a photo. Sometimes it takes a while ... if it doesn't work let us know and we'll try to help
Yes I agree with Fairy and Obelixx.
Using Nitromors or similar runs the risk of the mix of paint and stripper being absorbed by the terracotta of the chimney pot, and then you'll never get rid of it.
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Looks good but needed a proof reader. They have perfumed Daphne's I'm up for a trip
Looks good but needed a proof reader. They have perfumed Daphne's
I'm up for a trip
I would invite David K, but it's a long way for his little motorbike to travel with that load
Do you get a monthly email about it? Can you access it via that?
So glad your flat move is working out right for you eventually Wonky - I know how much you'll enjoy your garden this summer now that you can walk straight out of your door into the sunshine
A cream camellia sounds enchanting