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Fishy - the board does that to spacing etc, but the scansion is there when you read it
A lovely, moving poem ... thank you.
Fine - will lob it in your direction around 12.30 ish Just the one? What about your OH?
Sandwiches or salad KEF?
I'd volunteer to drive, but it can get a bit cramped for adults in the back of my convertible, unless you're happy to travel with your legs around your necks
Karools! That's brilliant - I hope you had a wild celebration
I'd dig the soil over and sow my green manure direct into the soil. It can then be turned over and incorporated into the soil, improving the structure, when the time comes.
I see no reason for laying cardboard and coir over garden soil.
I'm not an aubergine expert, but this site may be helpful http://www.bakker-irl.com/product/aubergine-halflange-violette-/
It says "....Harvesting period August - October. In a greenhouse from June.If the aubergines have fully grown and can be pressed in slightly, they are ready for harvesting. Harvesting is done by simply cutting the fruit from the plant with a sharp knife. ...."
The picture on this link indicates that they grow to a good size http://www.ranzijn.nl/nl-nl/catalog/gazon-en-gewassen/zaden/groenten/hortitops-aubergine-halflange-violette-103757.aspx
Hope that's helpful
Good morning folks!
Another wall to wall blue sky here in East Anglia just as well, we've promised niece a trip to Cromer
Hefty appeared right on cue last night, turning up on the doorstep at 10.30 to tuck into his supper - niece was transfixed
Glad to see plans are being made for Friday - I'll need an evening of R&R after a week of being an auntie!
Verdun, don't you remember when you found out that someone was sleeping in your shed - that was us
Bekkie - veggie full English it is!
I forgot, pancakes and maple syrup also on offer
However, I do not wash up
Just turned our lights out too.