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Posted: 03/02/2014 at 17:41

fidge- it'll have no room for suitcases, but it'll have a small fridge for the cream buns, a small oven for keeping pasties warm, and a large doughnut holder. 

Am I right Verd? Am I? Am I?

Put me down for some cake pd 

Rain came on late here. Chilli for dinner. Need it to warm me up

Gardener come.....

Posted: 03/02/2014 at 14:34

Lyn those are beautiful. Seeing something like that, lovingly brought back to life is terrific and, as punkdoc said, families must be very grateful. 

art- you're the 21st century Gertrude Jekyll. She was a painter with plants 


Posted: 03/02/2014 at 14:19

No need to apologise pd. Just watch your blood pressure m'love 

Stick with us Clari -we'll keep you right 

Biscuits? What biscuits? Nothing to do with me...hones guv.  It'll be Verdun.....or that new chap from the Philippines...

Architect's gone. Thank ********* Don't think he likes me 


Posted: 03/02/2014 at 08:07

He had 'repetitive strain injury of the typing fingers' - a well known illness, Dove  

Right I'm off  


Posted: 03/02/2014 at 07:54

Morning all. I see the same kitchen spammer is back - been reported 

Been awake half the night but watched the final two episodes of The Bridge. Won't be a spoiler in case anyone else is watching- think Woody is. Hope there's another series in the pipeline. I'm hooked on the Nordic Noir 

Work beckons. I'll try and stay awake - I can always stick  my hand on the hot foil printing machine - a good burning should do the trick 

Have a good day all. Will catch up on all the posts I've missed later.


Posted: 02/02/2014 at 21:34

Night all. I'm off now as well. 

Work tomorrow and then that ******* architect so I need a decent rest 

Sorry Stacey - I accidentally deleted some words from that previous post. Should have said 'pretty trouble free weather wise so far'. D'oh 


Posted: 02/02/2014 at 21:28
CluelessGardener wrote (see)

Hello Fairygirl

Christmas day I fell down the stairs (not drunk) 


That's what you say James.....

Seriously, hope you're ok now. Not funny when you do that sort of thing. A few of the others here have been in the wars recently too. Good to see you back 





Posted: 02/02/2014 at 21:23


When you click on the pic, it rights itself. Looks lovely. 

Sorry archie   I'll keep you some later in the week when I do a roast. Promise.

You've had a long day. Sleep tight 

When is the best time to prune Group 3 clematis?

Posted: 02/02/2014 at 21:17

I've got lots of new shoots on some of mine but I'll leave them for a little while. They were partially cut back anyway last autumn as they had all been in pots and I was moving them into their new beds.  They're all fairly well sheltered by other plants so I hope any new shoots will survive if we suddenly get a severe cold snap.

Camera Corner

Posted: 02/02/2014 at 20:58

Hope it's not the snow pinkquartet! Was the snowy pic from last winter? There's something rather lovely about undisturbed snow on pots and fences. I love the way snow blankets noise but it's a pain when you have to go to work in it 

Nice tulips and daffs - reminds us all of what we have to look forward to in a few months. 

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