Most years i trr something new. Last year was cucamelons and yard long beans. Waste of time. Some things just do not do well in a british environment.
I thought the propagator seemed too hot. I took them out after six weeks.
As a diver and himself is a 3d scanning engineer, he says its a crappy scanner, but I'd have bought the bell up. Its what every wreck diver hopes for.
I was taking odds on Doddy jumping out of the summerhouse. Just the flowers, but one of his best gardens anyway. Low maintenance except the planting around the photo, which will die in the winter.
I have planted three different types of banana from seed. They were in a propagator, but now just in the polytunnel. Not one has germinated. Seeds from T&M. Yes I succumbed again. Anybody got any tips. The seeds have not rotted off, they still seem firm.
I hope you have some good selections fishy. I have some new ones from Touchwood and hope to propagate from them especially the double yellow and the double coral and yellow.
Himself is watching that. I'm enjoying a nice Margaret river cab sav and some cheese.
I will post tomorrow, Charlie
Like it, like it, like it.
Blue poppies and candelabra primulas will be over, but always lots to look at.
Have tea at Bettys while you're there. If your'e too late, have Dinner in Harrogate at the big Bettys