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What about ferns in glass bottles/cases?
OK, just coffee for you then WW
My chard was attacked by something earlier in the season, but now the weather is cooler they look much less like lace curtains - must be fewer of whatever it is that eats them about.
Hi, 'bone hardy' is a colloquial expression meaning 'tough as old boots', 'hard as nails' etc.
Sounds like you're a natural gardener - you're observing and learning
Plenty of tomatoes here
Bacon's under the grill ....
As I drove to work yesterday I could smell bacon sarnies - I've got the day off today - shall I make bacon sarnies for brekkie? How many and who wants a slice of grilled tomato in theirs?
Oooh, tea and toast on the train - I remember travelling down south on the Brighton Belle to pick up a bridesmaid - we went First Class for a treat and had scrambled eggs on toast for breakfast as it was the week before we were getting married - in 1970!!!
Fascinating! Thanks for letting us know - I shall keep my eyes open for them on dock leaves.
Mine are just the same, a second crop this year of almost fully-grown figs - I'm going to leave them another week as we have a relative heatwave forecast, but I'm almost resigned to the fact that I'm going to have to remove them - I'll then get the fleece ready to protect the embryo fruits from frost - the tree's still of a size to make this feasible and I can attach fleece to the fence behind it to make a 'lean to tent' so it should get plenty of air around it while still being protected.
Yes, we've got a lot of rain forecast today and most of my outdoor tomatoes are nearly ripe, so I'll pick them all and bring them indoors to finish off before the rain starts.