Fairygirl


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Instant foilage for a pergola

Posted: 02/07/2016 at 09:19

Patience is something we all strive fro Emma - not sure we ever really achieve it! 


I just reread your post though, and wondered whereabouts you live?  Grapevines aren't normally grown outdoors very successfully in most of the UK - if anywhere. Just make sure whatever plants you decide on are hardy for the area and conditions you have. Jasmine isn't reliably hardy up here for instance, and  wisteria can be tricky depending on location.  


Don't want to see you spending your hard earned cash on something which will struggle and be disappointing for you.

Worries & troubles that affect Forum friends - part 2

Posted: 02/07/2016 at 09:11

Fingers and toes crossed for you DD  xxx


Keep doing what you're doing  

My new favourite Clematis is 'Belle of Woking'. What Clematis makes you happy?

Posted: 02/07/2016 at 09:09

As always, Etoile Violette, but Niobe has always been a favourite of mine and the one I  planted here two years ago has been making me happy for quite a while  


A favourite pic from last year


HELLO FORKERS! July Edition

Posted: 02/07/2016 at 09:05

Morning all/afties Pat. As Marygold says, hope your election causes less stress than the one we had. Wouldn't be hard!  


Don't have any interest in footie either obelixx but how refreshing to see a UK team showing how to succeed and their fans showing how to behave. Dragons in their hearts indeed!  


I'm quite glad the weather's a bit rubbishy here - no guilt in watching the tennis later... 


Is it wrong that I'm hoping the American lad carries on the way he started?....


Did anyone else see the tribute to the men at the Somme with the 20,000 volunteers dressed as soldiers in several UK cities? How incredibly moving. Brings home the sacrifices made in the name of freedom. Hope the politicians are ashamed of the way they've been behaving 100 years on....

What are these balls called?

Posted: 01/07/2016 at 21:56

They're absolutely fine Tingly. Some Hebes can get quite big - 4 or 5 feet depending on the variety - but the roots aren't invasive 

HELLO FORKERS! July Edition

Posted: 01/07/2016 at 21:31

Do you think Becker will give him a good seeing to tonight? 


Know what you mean about the dynamic changing - if it hadn't rained, there could have been the biggest upset on the cards in years   Can't say I'd be disappointed...oops naughty fairy.... 


You'll be fine RB. Getting back on the horse and all that...    I've done virtually nothing but watch the tennis since I got home 


 H****work tends to get in the way of my TV viewing at this time of year.. or is it the other way round..   

HELLO FORKERS! July Edition

Posted: 01/07/2016 at 21:04

I won't tell you about my toenail then Ppauper! 

collared doves

Posted: 01/07/2016 at 21:01

I got it for the r***y cats Marygold. Works a treat!   


Basically, anything sturdy enough can set it off if they activate the movement sensor. A squirrel did set it off one day. The little birds are so small that they don't seem to activate it, although a robin did when I had it next to the feeder. He just flew up  on the shed roof and then came back  though  


I've moved it a couple of times to cover different access points and it seems to be doing the job brilliantly. Best twenty quid I've ever spent 

HELLO FORKERS! July Edition

Posted: 01/07/2016 at 20:54

Did you watch Novak's match,  Dove!  


Clari 


Glad there's nothing too horrific with the wrist. One of the girls  at work managed to pull off a fingernail this week. She's sore down her arm because she's compensating and trying to avoid bumping it. Think it's inevitable when something like  that happens 

Garden Pictures 2016

Posted: 01/07/2016 at 20:00

Cracking alliums Vic  

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Camera Talk - part 2

keep posting your non gardening photos here 
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for the lovely Forker family  
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The youngsters and their daily ablutions 
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Would any of you like to sponsor me on a 12 mile walk? 
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The Fairy Family Holiday

A few little photos 
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intended new lawn area - worth trying? 
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our building projects

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