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Posted: 08/01/2016 at 10:55


Comfrey. Can we juice it and drink it?

Posted: 08/01/2016 at 10:51

Think I'd ask his GP for a second opinion


Posted: 08/01/2016 at 08:26

Hosta!  Brilliant that you two won Mr & Mrs   did you beat any Russian couples?

Glad your holiday's improving


Posted: 08/01/2016 at 07:52

DD - has anyone explained to your OH that Fawlty Towers is not an educational video?

Hope KEF's feeling better this morning ..... she's been poorly for a while now


Posted: 08/01/2016 at 07:45

Good morning all   G'day Pat  

Talk of the bushfires on the news this morning ... hope things improve soon.

Frost on cars this morning, but not in the back garden - lowest temp overnight 1.6C and holding.  Brrrrrrr!  OH set off for work on his bike about 20 minutes ago under a brilliantly clear sky full of stars - beautiful

Gardening courses (and garden visits)

Posted: 07/01/2016 at 20:15

There are two-day courses at The Eden Project - fascinating place and lots of lovely gardens to visit in Cornwall as well


Posted: 07/01/2016 at 19:55

Hello folks - back from haircut and shopping expedition.  Then Toad in the Hole for supper, now all washed up and on the sofa. 

Edd, no problems re Windows 10 so far

Wonky ((hugs))

Root Trainers

Posted: 07/01/2016 at 12:46

It's not that some plants need bigger roots - it's that some plants' roots go deeper, whereas some are shallow rooted.


Posted: 07/01/2016 at 11:19

Wonky ((hugs))

Back garden (my lovely free-draining loam) has areas of standing water several inches deep, including the herb garden  and the pond is overflowing.

Heading into the city in a bit for a haircut - she won't need to wash it first at this rate ...

Root Trainers

Posted: 07/01/2016 at 11:08

I find them useful for starting off sweet peas and runner beans both of which like to make deep roots  - the root trainers mean the roots don't get so damaged when planting out.

Discussions started by Dovefromabove

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If you were coming here with us today what would you get? 
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Ceratostigma willmottianum 'Forest Blue'

Do you know it? Do you grow it? 
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Swallows, swifts and martins - have you seen them yet?

Tracking their arrival 
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HELLO FORKERS April 2016 Edition

A friendly place where we can chat to each other about all sorts of things - everyone welcome!  
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Whoops! I've done it again ......

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A friendly place where we can chat to each other about all sorts of things - everyone welcome! 
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A Gardener's Hands

The garden will be lovely but my hands will be sore and chapped 
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East Anglian Bluebell Expedition

Another excuse for cake ............  
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Songs for Valentine's Day

Our favourite romantic songs 
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Job Done!

At last you've done that job you've been putting off for ages ... 
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A friendly place where we can chat to each other about all sorts of things - everyone welcome! 
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Lily Beetle !!!

Is this the first of the year??? 
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If you listen to the Archers ....

...... or even if you don't ................. 
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East Anglian Snowdrop Walk

Anyone interested? 
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Combatting the Spanish Slug

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