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I think, having consulted my book 'cos I'm not that good on waders,
1. Black-tailed godwit
2. Black-tailed godwits, adults in moult and juveniles
3. lapwing - probably in moult
1Runnybeak1 wrote (see)
.... Do you think you could rustle up two Apple pies Dove, one for your MIL and one for us lot ? Please !!!!
Here you are RB
and in case anyone needs something now with their cuppa there's also a Victoria sponge with plum jam
Help yourselves ...
Verdun - you've had quite enough donuts lately, stop touting for more!!!
It's the right time of year to take semi-ripe cuttings with a 'heel' - info here https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=404
2. one of the mallows (Lavatera family)
He probably needs new ones after the damage the blackbirds did Fg
10 bearded iris from Wonky all potted up (small piece of ground elder identified and removed to council bin)
Now I need a coffee before I start on the applie pie to take to MIL's tomorrow.
LOL - forgiven David - you've made me laugh
It's called Mind your own Business - advice here http://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/problems/weeds/mind-your-own-business/475.html
.... I'm going to purchase a small Holly tree because yesterday I saw the Postie, a quite large postie, push her way through from next door across my garden and it's now obvious it's her who broke a 4' branch off my Pineapple Tree. Ggggrrrrrr. ..........
Think I'd send her manager a bill for the holly!!! Or at the very least ask them to remind all posties not to trample across gardens and through hedges, and to use pathways and gates wherever available, or CCTV will be installed
Fairygirl wrote (see)
I live near a small Nat Trust garden and every day when I pass it to go to work, I admire the honeysuckle growing through the (mixed beech and hawthorn) boundary hedging. It looks tremendous just now. Yellow/cream one - but I don't know the variety. Should be easy enough to find out though - someone will here will know
I live near a small Nat Trust garden and every day when I pass it to go to work, I admire the honeysuckle growing through the (mixed beech and hawthorn) boundary hedging. It looks tremendous just now.
Yellow/cream one - but I don't know the variety. Should be easy enough to find out though - someone will here will know
Graham Thomas is a lovely creamy honeysuckle - my favourite https://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/74793/i-Lonicera-periclymenum-i-Graham-Thomas/Details?returnurl=%2Fplants%2Fclimbers%3Fcontext%3Db%25253D0%252526hf%25253D12%252526l%25253Den%252526s%25253Ddesc%25252528plant_merged%25252529%252526sl%25253Dplants%252526r%25253Df%2525252Fplant_plant_type%2525252Fclimbers%26s%3Ddesc%28plant_merged%29%26page%3D2%26aliaspath%3D%252fplants%252fclimbers