Fairygirl


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Sweetpeas vanished

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 18:00

Mice would be my guess- despite what you might think!


It's very early for sowing them anyway, so I'd sow more. There's no need to bubblewrap if they're going in a greenhouse.

New Gardening TV Show

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 17:50

Not sure what you're actually asking there Angela, or even if you're asking anything at all. This is an old and dodgy, attempt at free advertising.


If you have a query about, or need help with, starting a garden, it would be better to start a new thread. You'll get more responses that way. There isn't enough info in your post for anyone to reply to  

Hello Forkers - February 2017 Edition

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 13:34

I know Joyce - but it's small comfort...

Why don't the birds visit my feeder?

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 13:32

That's great Bandita. Sometimes it takes a colder spell of weather, or just when it's later in the season, to get them coming in. Once they've found your facilities, they'll keep coming back. The important thing is to keep feeding consistently, as they'll come to rely on it. Lovley to watch them isn't it? 

wild primroses

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 13:28

Lovely GD - and a nice story 


I could do with splitting mine too Dove - might have to take my chances and just do it when they're flowering!

Photinia problems

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 12:58

I meant a pic of the whole hedge,  or at least at  a bit of distance - sorry!  

Who's visiting your bird feeders?

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 12:56

The adults are quite kestrel like in colouring - and that sort of size, so I expect they're the same. Really lovely birds  


He sat for a while on the deer fence stile, as the adults swooped around. They were still in the same little area when I came down off the hill, but too far away for another pic. 

Photinia problems

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 12:52

Also, whereabouts in the country are you? They rarely look great up here (west of Scotland)   so it may be down to general conditions. 


A pic would help too, if you can manage it  

Bug free healthy nettles

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 12:48

Are they inside YoungC? I'm slightly baffled as to the reason for that!

Evergreen climbers

Posted: 26/02/2017 at 12:45

It's no use here either, nut. Been there, done that...no point. Too flimsy for my neck of the woods. 

Discussions started by Fairygirl

Wildlife photos

Our wildlife photos - from gardens and beyond 
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A Little ditty

If you're feeling down, sing along.....# 
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Camera Talk - part 2

keep posting your non gardening photos here 
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'Twas the night before Christmas...a little homage

for the lovely Forker family  
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Pudsey and Fairygirl's Charity Walk

Our jaunt to The Pentlands for Children in Need  
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Bathtime

The youngsters and their daily ablutions 
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Children in Need Sponsored Walk

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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green manure

intended new lawn area - worth trying? 
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forum gremlins

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Bee programme tonight

 
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spam reported

 
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Common Swift (moth)

 
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our building projects

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slugs, snails and bees

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