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East Anglian Bluebell Expedition

Posted: 21/02/2016 at 09:56

It's a high-energy food - we're girding our loins for spring  ... baking also gives gardeners something useful to do in wet weather   


Posted: 21/02/2016 at 09:44

My only proviso with Lyn's advice would be if it's a standard - if so don't cut it back to two inches from the soil!!!


An idiot who thought he knew best nipped the tops out of some special fuchsia cuttings I was growing for standards - that was nearly 40 years ago and I've still not forgiven him

Plastic boards

Posted: 21/02/2016 at 09:40

Probably cheaper if you can get them second hand or from a skip - otherwise I'd stick to scaffold boards or similar.

Secret garden

Posted: 21/02/2016 at 09:37

I've not found a problem - I've sent a message to the GW Office and I'm sure they'll get back to you tomorrow. 

East Anglian Bluebell Expedition

Posted: 21/02/2016 at 09:34

Gorgeous David  

but for a moment I thought you were offering  us cake

David K wrote (see) appetizer.




East Anglian Bluebell Expedition

Posted: 21/02/2016 at 09:13

While we were eating cake in the café on the Snowdrop Walk this week, we talked about arranging an expedition to see bluebells.

We talked about various venues and I promised to do a bit of research ... we mentioned Blickling Hall ... it seems that there are lovely bluebell woods on the estate and of course there are lovely gardens, the house itself and several eateries). 

We won't be able to set a date yet as so much will depend on the weather between now and then, but what do you think?

For photos of the bluebell woods click on this link and scroll down

We all need a bit of cheering up

Posted: 21/02/2016 at 09:03

Hello Wintersong   Looking forward to seeing more photos of your lovely garden this year


Posted: 21/02/2016 at 08:46

Lesley - I'm no authority on Australian plants/trees, but could it be Macadamia?

Chitting spuds

Posted: 21/02/2016 at 08:21

No James - when you're chitting seed potatoes they need as much light as possible so that they grow short sturdy shoots, rather than long spindly ones.

We all need a bit of cheering up

Posted: 21/02/2016 at 06:56

 I can't believe that the Shady Bank is going to look like this again soon

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