Nasty racist comment.
The many Eastern Europeans I've met in the UK work hard, look after their families and have very good gardening, DIY and housekeeping skills, and are great cooks, keeping house on limited budgets, cooking from scratch and growing their own fruit and veg.
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It's incredibly late in the season to be buying bare root roses ... mine are all in bud and many are flowering
I suspect the same culprit as you Obelixx ... that freezing wind that blasted the UK at the beginning of the month....... not just the clematis and vitis cog. etc, but http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39792774
Yes, one of the lamiums ... pretty things ... I've planted lots in this garden 'cos it's great in shade .. yes it spreads, but that's what I want it to do ... it's easy enough to pull up if it spreads too far ... it's not a thug and it's one of the prettiest things to grow under trees.
What problems are you having Silver Surfer?
I don't have a problem adding links on here https://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/malvern-spring-festival
I just cut and paste them and as long as you hit the space bar after pasting the link goes live.
Oooh Congratulations BL ((hugs)) What lovely news!
The Chinese seem to like coming here ... they arrive along with a very nice Polish lass
Broccoli still plays an important role in the creative arts B3
My OH is in the garden too Pdoc ........ he's helping me move the little sentry box shed ......... well, actually I emptied it and he's levelling the ground, moving the slabs and will move it ... it's only shuffling along the fence a few feet. I'm eating a ham sandwich and supervising ... he says he'll have poached eggs on toast in a little while.
We're going to have a Chinese takeaway this evening
Crunchies here ,,,,,,,,,,,,, gotta love a Crunchie ............ Wonky made me eat one yesterday