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Reviving a failed compost heap

Posted: Today at 17:40

That depends on how high the heap is, Steve.

A Valentine meal with who ?

Posted: Today at 02:15

We can have a special valentine night here. The bedroom four poster will get red drapes. We get a bottle of baileys and some chocolate covered strawberries.

I'm going diving instead. 

There is a bottle of fizz in the fridge, and I bought a card from home, and some hotel chocolat caramel chocolate hearts. That will do. Sometimes my head rules the wallet.

HELLO FORKERS! part two

Posted: Today at 02:09

Good night everyone, it looks like you're all in bed.

 

A Valentine meal with who ?

Posted: Yesterday at 19:09

I just want to be David Attenboroughs bag carrier. I'd even work for nothing but food.

Bug identification!

Posted: Yesterday at 19:04

I think the worse thing about module trays is they provide board and lodging for slugs.

Where is my grass?

Posted: Yesterday at 01:43

Calm down, Edd.

Its to do with copyright issues and plagiarism.

All you have to do is put a link in to something else on the web, instead of cut and paste.

Slugs on Delphiniums.

Posted: 09/02/2016 at 23:08

There seems to be plenty of 500g and 1kg packs listed on amazon.co.uk

I use crushed, baked, eggshells around my delphiniums.

HELLO FORKERS! part two

Posted: 09/02/2016 at 20:20

I've  had pancakes with strawberries and coconut ice cream.

Very good dive this morning. We have progressed from...you'll need a refresher course at $80 each (not a chance) to putting us in with the numpties for a dive. I asked what happened to my hours dive...well they arent all as good at diving as you he said. Today we got the select group, got an hours dive, twice ,and found a nice yellow seahorse. Result.

Have a good evening folks.

HELLO FORKERS! part two

Posted: 08/02/2016 at 19:55

Ive just seen the news. I hope everyone is OK. Verdun, keep off the beaches. I'm sure spike will cope with a quickie in the back garden.

Clarington, its time your boss got the sack. Total incompetence. There is no reason whatsoever that he couldnt do a direct bank transfer ,unless there is no money in the account and he is stalling for time. I'm off to the managers cocktail party. Pina Colada, here I come.

verbena bonariensis

Posted: 08/02/2016 at 19:40

I just pulled them off the main stem, and trimmed the heel, snd shoved them in gritty compost.

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