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HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 16:21

Hope you enjoy 'the Madame' BL. Do you sing along to 'one fine day'...or is that just me....

Bob - know the feeling when you get something dug out and replaced with a more suitable specimen. You'll enjoy that burst of colour when it appears 

Progress made with my paths but the rain and light beat me. Will start to get the proper stuff down tomorrow now that all the prep is done.  Can I borrow your sofa again chicky? Think I may be dozing later  

Get the adblocker lily. No more **** 

Glad I never had to experience what you're going through with your mum Verd. Big old hug from me. 

CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS.......

Posted: Yesterday at 14:44

Brian  

Wasps

Posted: Yesterday at 14:44

Hmmm. Lots of masts round here...and shed loads of wasps and bees 

Christine Walkden Fans

Posted: Yesterday at 14:42

I have to agree with you Salino. I haven't posted on this thread as I haven't watched the programmes - I don't like the woman at all. Each to their own eh? 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 14:39

Bette Midler is ...well....divine 

Won't mention it as such Matty, but....glad you're doing ok 

Are you sure it's the dog that's eating the leftovers Verd? 

Had to come in as it's raining a bit now but finally got the last bit of 'stuff' dug, including sawing some large tree roots out  ( why is the last bit always the worst? )  so I'll go and start shovelling gravel in a moment or three. Keeps me off the streets I suppose... 

CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS.......

Posted: Yesterday at 14:34

What about the soup and salmon and pate - don't you have a starter then Charlie?....

you missed the pigs in blankets too  

Mushrooms in raised bed

Posted: Yesterday at 09:39

Like Tootles,I dig them in too. We get a lot of them during this cooler damp weather. 

Over Wintering Dahlias

Posted: Yesterday at 09:36

That's the usual advice wgamst, but the weather has been so mild in most areas that plants could still be sitting in the ground till the end of the year and then rotting can be an issue instead. Lots of other forum members simply lift theirs at this time of year and store in the usual way to no ill effect. 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 09:08

Morning all. Had a good sleep after dozing on the sofa till all hours...

Try that tonight bekkie..

We have no right to moan about our weather when you see that snow in Bill's pix do we? You stay cosy too Bill - hope it doesn't get that bad with you.

Damp here just now but hopefully it'll clear a bit and I can get started on the gravel - it eventually arrived at 4 yesterday.

Love the panda pix 

DD - keep your thumbs out the way.....or better still - suggest that he concretes a few posts in instead  

Off for a look round while I have another cuppa 

Over wintering dahlias and gladioli

Posted: 21/11/2014 at 13:17

I've bumped up the other dahlia thread Trubill.

It's called 'I cannot wait for the first frost'

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