It'll improve when the soil temperature warms up. I'm in East Anglia, and although it's not been cold, our lawn hasn't really been growing. We've not cut it since October.
Oh I wish you were nearer! I used to get guinea pig waste from a colleague, but she moved and I retired. Rabbit poo makes fantastic compost.
Ha ha Fritillary - I saw your name come up and I wondered if you were going to recommend Udder Cream - it used to keep my hands in such good condition when I was hand milking twice a day - but a tub of that would be a bit large for my dressing table.
I was thinking of a big dark orangey/brown blowsy floppy oriental poppy a friend (now moved) used to grow - I'm sure the leaves looked like the pic ... but I may well be wrong
I do hope Hosta's had a good night's sleep - I also hope that he's set his alarm for 8 and is awake now Sleeping late in the morning might cause problems tonight!
It was a natural fermentation. Rye flour is often used as an ingredient in sour-dough starters as it has more natural soluble sugars than wheat flour which aid fermentation.
It sounds as if you ended up with a type of Blini.
Many of the keen cooks I know swear by these pans - http://www.greenpan.co.uk/uk/mission-7947.htm
Good morning all G'day Pat
Think it's about 7C out there at the moment - or that's what my iPhone tells me - it's too wet to go out there in my jimjams.
Looks a bit like one - and it's got the little hairs - I'd wait and see
Collapsed on the sofa having eaten roast beef, yorkies etc - there will be banana splits later, but we're too full to even think about them for a while.
Hope everyone has a good night's sleep tonight