Fairygirl


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Rowantrees

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 11:37

I do miss my jeep - it had a sunroof...

What did you learn from your garden this year?

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 11:36

They're definitely better for the waistline than the lollies too Granma....


Aaaa - the ignore button Hosta...a great invention. I've used it more in the last few days than in the entire three plus years I've been on this forum   

What is your weather like? (2)

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 11:32

Wet...


...more wet....


...think it might still be wet later....

Rowantrees

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 11:29

I'd take a bike Dove ...with a little basket on the front....

Is anyone else planning their spring tulip displays yet?

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 10:12

I have emptied a few large pots now Joyce - plants which had nowhere to go until I finished new beds and borders.....


They're crying out for some lovely displays.....


Stop it!  

Camera Talk

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 10:09

'The midge' gets everywhere Liri, doesn't it?   


I remember some particularly unpleasant ones at the top of Ben Lawers once. Height is no deterrent - it's just inder 4,000 feet.


I'm fortunate that they don't bother me too much, although they were bad in Glen Nevis a couple of weeks ago - my ex hubby was saying recently that Smidge is quite good. 


It looks a nice hill you were on - I had a little look at it online. You could do that one I was on on Sunday - easiest hill I've ever done, paths all the way and lovely views too. 

Rowantrees

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 09:59

I've always used them panda - used to live just along the road from them which was dangerous! 


Huge nursery which supplies loads of outlets as well as the public. They'll help you too, if you should need it. 


Phone them first - just to make sure of stock. If you go - you'll end up remortgaging the house and loading up a car with all sorts .... 

Turfed Lawn

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 09:56

Don't know how these people sleep at night. Despicable. The fact that you said it was £600 and that was what you had saved, is very telling. He made the job fit what you had. 


I hope you get some kind of resolution Grandad Al. If nothing else, and if they don't come back and sort it to your satisfaction (doubtful ) get some photos on here and you'll get some help with improving the grass so that it is usable for your family.  

Scented geraniums cuttings

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 09:52

Even my dear old Mum could do pelargonium cutting wakeshine - and she could kill plastic plants! You'll be fine.


As the others have said - cut off a decent bit cleanly, remove a few leaves and shove it in  

Rowantrees

Posted: 06/09/2016 at 09:50

Go to McLarens at Lochlibo/Uplawmoor panda  

Discussions started by Fairygirl

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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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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green manure

intended new lawn area - worth trying? 
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Bee programme tonight

 
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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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cufcskim's reply!

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