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MrsG, it's gorgeous - but according to this it might be a bit tender where you are
I'd leave it until after things have flowered to be honest, and then if the birds have nested in there I'd leave those bits alone as well until the autumn
Oooh, that is a bit of a tangle KEF, but the blackbird looks as if he may have plans for it
What tree/shrub/s is it/are they?
Lizzie, I've got those violas
This is the part of the veg patch I dug and raked over today
That's why my back is sore - but it was so worth it
The warm dry weather last summer will have encouraged it to send up flower spikes too Jim - mine had a couple of cans full of water most days during the dry spell as we're on a very free-draining loam.
It's looking promising now - crumble later this week
Sounds like my breakfast Stacey - dippy egg and strong black coffee
Yes summerwine - it was so good to be outside today without being buffeted by the wind
Stacey - my lupins always succumb to the predations of slugs and snails - scatter some grit or sharp sand around them!!!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-26224607 What a hero!!!
Hi Thomas - good to see you posting again - how's the gardening in pots going?