Dovefromabove


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I just had to share this

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 18:04

Did it come from the same nursery as that rose bush we saw earlier?

 

Give it a little while and it'll bloom nicely for Pat and Ginger

It's my birthday

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 18:00

Happy birthday Steve   I won't wish you Many Happy Returns of the Day!


 

Planting in a very formal courtyard bed

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 15:19

KOG   I love the idea of the Stipa - it would look fabulous  

Fishing for sympathy!

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 15:16

I'm sure you're going to get plenty of tlc at home Steve - get well soon ((hugs))

Ground cover to prevent weeds

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 15:08

And you get the benefit of fresh air, you get to watch wildlife and chat to other allotmenteers 

WARNING!!!!!!

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 15:06

Come indoors and sit on the sofa and watch rubbish telly - I've got my feet up and I'm knitting. That way I can't slip over on the wet terrace or make big footprints in the lawn

potatoes from previous year.

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 14:10
Logan wrote (see)
I agree with dove but I don't peel mine

 

I find that once the skin starts getting wizened they really do need peeling.

 

What type of trees to plant a long a driveway

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 14:06

I'd go for a selection of different native-type crab apples as here http://www.readsnursery.co.uk/native-trees-for-wildlife/

You'll have blossom in the spring and fruit for jellies and/or wildlife - wild birds will love the apples both on the tree and when they fall - and in the winter you'll have flocks of long tailed tits arriving to scour the cracks in the bark for little insects. 

Some naturalised spring bulbs underneath and it'll be a picture without being overly formal.

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 24/01/2016 at 13:34

Wonky ((hugs))  think it would help if the landlord pulled his proverbial out and gave them a nice thick carpet and underlay   But yes, I know your landlord ... and he does have his plus points too ... somewhere   Told you Thursday is a 'notable day'

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ID please

Rudbeckia??? 
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Look at the canna you gave us! 
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Blight resistant tomatoes

 
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Such a handsome chap

Look who I found  
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ID please

 
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A place with some land?

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Espaliered pear tree - when to let it produce fruit?

 
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Clematis - Daniel Deronda - odd coloured flower

 
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Choose just one ...

If you were coming here with us today what would you get? 
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Do you know it? Do you grow it? 
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Tracking their arrival 
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