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Wow! Amazing sunset!!!!!!!! Very VERY PINK!!!
Probably better to draw a veil ............
(it wasn't me )
3. possibly Viburnum tinus maybe?
4.Viburnum bodnantese I think
Think I've made the link work now Runny
Love whitecurrants http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/whitecurrant-versailles-blanche/classid.2000017965/
If you google 'Pickled cucumbers recipe' you'll find loads, but this one looks good
But that's the point Runnybeak - it may look as if it would damage the fruit, but in actual fact it wouldn't http://www.naturespot.org.uk/species/sepsis-fulgens
If you click on this thread and scroll down http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/talkback/visit-the-old-vicarage-gardens-east-ruston---friday-5th-june/719339.html you'll see Wonky's photo of the aeoniums at The Old Vicarage Gardens East Ruston in Norfolk. They're outside all year round, protected in the winter from the bitter north-east winds by some great shelter belt planting
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....... with tidying, people always notice when you haven't done it and NEVER notice when you do! .............. Dove, I was having a snooze when the rain started and Flatters didn't get the washing in! its staying out there so we can try again tomorrow!
I notice it Wonky
You'll have to get Flatters a bit more trained than that .......... it's not raining here .......... yet
Sadly it's not just in the National Parks etc http://www.rspb.org.uk/news/details.aspx?id=383363