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Just keep calling her Viola Mark, see what happens
When bubble-wrapping the pot that my standard bay is in, I found some little viola seedlings amongst the grit in the pot. They'll seed any and everywhere
We all dance in the spring breezes around here Verdun - old East Anglian custom - when fuelled by Adnams bitter
It's amazing what East Anglians will do, with a little alchofrolic encouragement http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yb2AfxpOZA4
Our GCs always apply the reductions to the 'needing TLC' stuff as well - can get some really good bargains that way
Dramatic grey clouds sweeping in from the northwest now - it's getting dark very quickly here. Forecast is for dry and cloudy overnight - hum, those clouds look as if they mean business to me.
So do most apples from Tesco in my experience - we get ours from the farm shop - they get their from a local Millennium orchard with loads of different varieties, they're picked when they're ripe and the difference between them and supermarket apples is amazing
Sounds perfect Nut!
Honesty is around the back and to the left of Hefty's House - also around the base of the ash tree
Our neighbours give us several of their Norfolk Royals and we like the flavour - as I've said we think they're like a Braeburn but a little sweeter. But then flavour does sometimes vary from tree to tree and the growing conditions.
Happened on a Friday night - someone on the way home maybe??? Bit off more than they could chew?
That's fine then What's the question?
I tried that KEF (selecting in bold - not the jug - I've already got one) - looks like we're all bold whether we like it or not!
I've always loved holly - it always felt as if it was special to me as a child, then I discovered it's on the family crest so maybe I have some sort of inherited memory. Anyway, I'd love to find somewhere for a holly in this garden - pondering