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Good morning all Sunny here in Norfolk at the moment, but with some heavy clouds hanging about. I've got today off work
I need to get my hoe out, lots of little green weeds appearing all over the place
Nut. at long last I've got some signs of life in my seedtrays - some of the foxglove seeds you sent me have seed leaves and there is a sign of life with the codonopsis too I can see everything kicking off just as we're ready to go away at the end of next week I can see my neighbour is in for a long lecture about her watering duties
Stir it up and water it - they'll leave in search for somewhere warm, dry and undisturbed
Looks like you've got a job Nut
I'd have agreed with you Lucky3, if Squeaky was feeding with high nitrogen, but Blood Fish and Bone is well balanced with potash to promote flowers and fruit so should be encouraging the tree to fruit as soon as it is ready.
If you would be so kind Nut, thanks
Hope your nut roast supper was tasty - haven't had a good one for years - am a comitted carnivore myself but I do love a good nut roast
I've tried to log in but it won't let me, doesn't like my email address or password and won't accept me trying to re-register - would someone like to add me to the map please? I'm on the south-western edge of Norwich.
We live and we learn ..... it's the remembering that gets difficult
I agree with Nut - it's salad burnet - delicious in salads or light creamy soups - I must grow some again
Been potting up 40 heritage tomatoes, but I posted all about them on the Morning thread - now I've got my feet up while supper is cooking.
It's a lot for this garden Nut - these were 10 year old seeds given me by a generous Italophile - we had 98% germination - I've potted them all on and will give some to a colleague in exchange for some lovely fresh eggs from her hens
One of the varieties is Anna Russian which I'm told has a habit rather like a trailing squash and will grow from my little veg patch right across my back lawn