Get a taxi! There's no way I'd risk walking 5 miles on unlit rural roads in the rain (and I'm a country girl) visibility will be poor and drivers don't expect to see walkers after dark and at that time they'll be in a hurry to get home.
I wouldn't risk tender plants in it unless you live in an area which has very mild winters.
I did all mine last week ..... then succumbed to three bags of Tet a Tete for a fiver at The Range this morning
I'll plant them tomorrow morning when I bubble wrap the little greenhouse - if it doesn't rain - fingers crossed.
Whoops! No not annoyed not in the least - sometimes posting from my phone rather than the laptop can be a bit frustrating and I end up being a tad brusque - didn't mean to sound annoyed ... sorry ... friends?
The war in Syria is really about who controls the oil - the West and Israel or Russia and Iran
It was just the two of us last Christmas - we had grilled lobster (a whole one each) and lamb's lettuce with vinaigrette followed by a pavlova - absolute bliss!
Scale insects don't really move - they fix themselves to the plant and stay there under their 'shell', sucking the sap. They're a bit like limpets on a rock.
Sweet dreams Pat
I can't see clearly, but I'm wondering whether it's a type of scale insect - have a look here
punkdoc says:Lot of good sense there Dove. I think we have said it before, but if you and I ruled the world, everything would be fine. You up for it?Love chilli and bitter dark chocolate.My coffee must be very strong, like my women.See original post
Lot of good sense there Dove. I think we have said it before, but if you and I ruled the world, everything would be fine. You up for it?
Love chilli and bitter dark chocolate.
My coffee must be very strong, like my women.
Up for it? You betcha