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Good morning all Another bright and sunny morning here in East Anglia
Birdsong and hedgehog poo all over the garden
I'd just like to say to you all. I really don't want to inflame the situation so hopefully is self explanatory.
I'm meeting up with son at an auction in a bit, then visiting the Aged Ps, so will be out for a bit. OH will be back and forth but can I leave you all in charge of the garden please? I've done the watering but the runner beans and Morning Glories might need some help twining their way up the canes - do they both go in the same direction? We'll have to check - wasn't there a song about that?
Please, if using Jeyes Fluid be aware that when it is diluted with water cats find it very palatable to drink - unfortunately it is highly toxic to them, frequently resulting in agonising death.
Please ensure that no pools or containers of Jeyes Fluid are left about in your garden.
Panda - my daughter claims that real maple syrup has medicinal powers
Time to get my head down now - meeting up with son and then visiting Aged Ps tomorrow ............. sweet dreams all. See you in the morning.
Hi Alan - to start you off what about surfinias (all sorts of colours), trailing begonias and fuchsias ....
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It has quite stiff and rigid canes if I remember correctly, so not easy to train, and then that floppy flower stem.
It does feel like that doesn't it, when a bird deigns to raise a family in your garden
I had this rose in my last garden - magnificent flowers but as you say, very heavy - we grew it up the side of a garden seat so we could gaze up into them.
Ceanothus - that's disgraceful - I'd contact Trading Standards!!!