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I tend to put things like the twiggy dried stems of perennials at the bottom of my compost heaps, to make sure there's a good airflow at the bottom of the heap.
I went into my posts and found the thread, then had to work through it page by page to get to this one, we've done a lot of posting on this thread
Yay, it's back
Lets see if this thread will come back to the front page
fidgetbones wrote (see)
Ive only got this thread and the chicken poo thread in large print. Why is it always Friday when the gremlins get in.?
Ive only got this thread and the chicken poo thread in large print.
Why is it always Friday when the gremlins get in.?
Yes, me too - I was wondering that?
I've sent a message to Daniel.
How could I resist H. orientalis Mrs Betty Ranicar http://www.whiteflowerfarm.com/30714-product.html?mobile=1# - she is incredibly beautiful
Seems a bit better now , but it's not right - on the positive side - shopping done, fruit, veg, pork chops and ............ .............................a new hellebore
Something very odd happening at the moment - I'm going shopping and hope the techies have sorted it by the time I get back.
Don't use it fresh - store it in a heap and allow it to rot down for several months, then it's fine to dig in. It's also good added in layers to a compost heap as it works as an activator.
Hi Lucy, as you guessed there is a thread about it already - here you are: http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/talkback/the-good-guys/175670.html