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Talkback: Rust

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 20:14

Rust happens

Some times you are unluckey.

Better luck next year with it.

BUT ONLY IF YOU DO KNOW TO STOP IT. PLEASE. ( Stop the spread and not the thread! please.)

How to get what you want out of a landscape designer?

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 20:06

Its all down to £££ and experience. 

Can we live without both?

I am trying and experiencing both. Did all the collage work and uni still think its better used in my worm bin Now. I do and that is experience. 

I love people that have the guts and inspiration like  Hortum-cretae

What is the answer?

Narrow your hours again and teach?

or sod £££ and enjoy and teach. I ran the rat race and found my own place( off grid) 

I'm not rich but in ( m,y mind i am) a middle of a town property with no 9-5 and no debts now. I tried 13 year and lost the lot to banks and the boss. Job for life they said. Bollocks.

Water from only 1 company! gas and electric from, only 6!!!!

I poo poo you in your choice of life direction.




Posted: 20/07/2014 at 19:33


Pauline 7 wrote (see)

 At 5ft 11  I need it to sew on the bottom of mine

Do you need shadow in your grass for some reason that needs to be cover up? Some lawn coverings need treading on. They like been trod on (camomile)

Im 6' 3". Just thought i would pass that on.

I am the perfect size to place flowers in my partners hair. but unfortunately.

BL Does not know the possible leaks in her roof. 

she needs me over there.

 The chance of parasites moving in is unreal! LOL.



How to get what you want out of a landscape designer?

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 18:54

Talk to draughtsmen (sorry persons).

They are just gardeners with big designs who hate straight lines and the 9-5 job and have not done the 7-8 year at uni for a bit of paper!!!! 

Unemployment is capitalism's way of getting draughtpersons to plant a garden. (sorry Clari)

But we have plant and garden/design knowledge. 

Just take a look on here at the wealth of info.

The best thing is. 

Its free.

Any questions just ask.




Viewing hibernating and breeding animals?

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 18:43

Its all about timing Louise B. Show them what is out there now and prepare things for after.

I recommend a worm bin. But that is just me



PS. I am very jealous about ponds, now. I miss it from when  i was younger and people like you introduced me too them. 




Posted: 20/07/2014 at 18:34

Isn't Clari getting a partner in weeding, soon?

Do you, Clari, take this new Gardener, to weed from this day forth? 

It is Clari or am i mistaken?


Unidentifued white flowering climber

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 18:22

JAPANEES KNOT WEED was voted the best/pretty new plant by RHS, Once!!!!!!

surprise surprise

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 18:00

You never get to the worm till the end, KEF. Not sure how that  peyote cactus grub works?


Posted: 20/07/2014 at 17:56

That roof needs looking at Busy Liz i know a man.

Back off sgl.

Visit to the Old Vicarage Gardens, East Ruston, Norfolk. 19/07/14

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 17:52

That Sempervivums pic is ace Topbird.

If you enlarge it and stare at it for 40 sec then turn and look at a blank wall. your eyes desieve you.


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Not sure this is appropriate here, but you should all know!!!

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