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Nut, it's a very small pond in a bucket - not sure what predators will have found their way there yet
You can make a sort of fruit compote with Stevia but it will not keep more than a few days, not even in the fridge. It has to be frozen.
It's a Celery-leaved buttercup http://www.wildlifetrusts.org/species/celery-leaved-buttercup
Yes, I've found them growing again after a mild winter. I did try allowing a couple to grow on one year, but they didn't produce as well as newly sown runner beans.
Interesting information re jam making http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/0/23695062
The rose leaves sound as if the Rose Sawfly larvae have been at work - it's that time of year - they don't do any long-term damage in my experience.
As for the other caterpillars - have a look here and see if you can spot them http://www.wildlifeinsight.com/british-caterpillars/
Bluetits usually nest in holes in hollow trees or in a nestbox with a small hole - are you sure the nest was that of a bluetit?
Caroline, you need to send an email to this address firstname.lastname@example.org
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... I still don't have any smilies so please imagine a lot of them.
Have you tried going back to Advanced Editor? I had a problem earlier but by changing back and forth between Basic and Advanced I seem to have cleared it ...