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Underground, overground, wandering free ..........
and of course, making good use of .......... your father's building skills?
Good morning Wonky, Clari and KEF Good to see I'm not the only one up and about
We also had an earlier thread on the subject here http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/wildlife-gardening/making-a-wildlife-pond/598320.html
Hope that helps
Good morning all We've just had our first night over 10C and its raining and raining and raining - hopefully the pond will begin to fill up. Mind you, the rain doesn't seem to put the robin off - he was waiting under the table on the terrace for me to appear with the mealworms this morning.
If it is Fat Hen, it may have been sown as a vegetable - it is used widely by Indian cooks and is called Lambs Quarter - http://www.world-food-and-wine.com/vegetables/fat-hen
The concrete at the base of the fence in our garden hardly shows in the summer now, when the perennials and clematis cover it
I don't even click on the OK - I just wait and everything resolves itself - good luck
Photos would be good - to upload a photo you need to click on the green tree icon on the toolbar above where you type your post.
Do you ever see pigeons in the tree? or bullfinches?