There have been helpful suggestions - several of them - but you've always got an excuse for not using it - so you're just going to have to carry on bending over and picking the stuff up then aren't you.
Good morning all G'day Pat
The sky is hazy this morning ... Think that'll soon burn off ... Another warm day ahead
Hope the painkillers will give you a restful night BL ((hugs))
Poison Ivy doesn't grow in the UK.
That's Hedge Bindweed - Calystegia sepium .
Got to love a garden picnic
Seedheads .......... some clematis have particularly lovely ones .......... like yours
Chloe Kraven says:.... bone dry and 95c today...
.... bone dry and 95c today...
Really? You must've been nearly boiling ... poached at least .... only 34C here today
A wum is a much lesser being than a worm ... a wum is a Wind Up Merchant
And here's more info about Soldier Beetles
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That's a Red Soldier Beetle Beautiful things.
You'll find the longer grass is very popular with your frogs ....... ours spend most of the summer in the long grass, just visiting the pond from time to time for a sunbathe. If you do decide to cut it from time to time do brush through it just before mowing to alert the frogs and chase them to safety ... otherwise the results can be bloody carnage
There seems to be a lot of wums on the forum recently, or is that my imagination?
Bless 'em, they seem to believe they're camouflaged
Joyce ((hugs)) have a lovely peaceful evening and restful night.