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statues

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 21:12

wb- that made me laugh out loud!

Perhaps we could have a range of Chris Beardshaw ones as well. 

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 21:09

Just been reading morning thread- well done to young chicklet, chicky! Always a relief when it comes good isn't it? 

hedge-problem

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 20:50

Agree- Laurel's too big to keep in a narrow area  whereas pyracantha will happily stay in an awkward spot - I'm using it here as a 'ned' deterrent too Andy! And I'm going for hawthorn or blackthorn round the front garden as one side of it is also bordering the pavement.  

tomato-glut

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 20:45

That sounds like a nice 'poor man's' bruschetta Italophile! Do you pop a little basil on as well? 

small-wildlife-pond-for-lone-froggy

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 20:10

Hi Haisie- the reason for having that depth for a pond is to prevent it freezing over in winter which would kill off any wildlife in it. Pity you couldn't get your little bargain pond but you could always get some liner and dig one out yourself. I did one years ago and it wasn't too difficult. It means you can make it any shape you want and include a slope which enables creatures to get in and out safely.

statues

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 19:58

Perhaps they could manufacture some Paul Hollywood statues for us ladees...one of those would be good Gilly wouldn't it??? 

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 19:56
GillyL wrote (see)

Never doubted you were anything else Fairygirl  

too-much-fertilizer

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 19:53

I feel sorry for anyone who started gardening in the last year or two - the plants don't know if they're coming or going with the weather there's been! As Verd and wb say - a good soaking is probably the best bet to start with and see what happens after that. Depends on the soil and aspect  that you have as well as the type of plants, so if you can give us a bit more info - pix if you can  - it'll help a lot. We all had to learn when we started out Helen, so don't worry - there's  plenty of very helpful and knowledgeable people here who will give you advice 

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 19:42

Gilly- as if that was my intention....dear dear...never crossed my mind for a moment....

I think that's what tea drinker needs to plant!

It'll stop Mr Nosy Parker along the road from leaning over it to ask me who took the (dead) tree down.....

Felt like telling him where to go but I is a ladeee

 

flowering-iceberg-lettuce

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 19:16

It's bolting lewis. The hot dry weather has made it difficult this year for lots of veg- i had the same issue with spinach and some of my lettuce. . Some varieties were better than others. Unfortunately once they form flowers it tends to make the lettuce bitter and unpalatable Gave up with the spinach altogether but sowed more lettuce which was fine as the weather became more normal. 

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