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Forgive me Father, for I have sinned!

Posted: Yesterday at 23:32

I had two small pieces of this plant but they both disappeared under creeping buttercup 

Just watched Monty Tonight

Posted: 28/06/2015 at 22:26

I'm with Hostafan - a lawn like that looks like astroturf...artificial,sterile and very dull. However, at least it 'is' a lawn and not decking!!

It's my birthday

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 21:48

Thank you so much Lyn and everyone else for your very kind wishes and apologies for this somewhat belated reply.

It has indeed been my birthday today...26th June and I'm now officially past it at 50. I shall get my pipe and slippers. I was given a gorgeous cake today by my stepson and his wife...made with loving care by their neighbour. It was a gardening theme and I shall attempt to upload it. 

A slice will be reserved just for you Verdun 

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/83035.jpg?width=512&height=350&mode=max

 

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/83036.jpg?width=512&height=350&mode=max

 

What plant?

Posted: 25/06/2015 at 22:57

Thank you for the ID pansyface...its growing in my stepson's garden. I am growing purple loosestrife but it doesn't look like a relation.

What plant?

Posted: 25/06/2015 at 22:43

Any idea what this is? 

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/82958.jpg?width=512&height=350&mode=max

 

Hollyhocks

Posted: 25/06/2015 at 21:26

In my experience Rosie hollyhocks produce nice big flowers regardless of how many an individual plant has, within reason of course. I just let mine do their stuff 

Talkback: Yarrow

Posted: 21/06/2015 at 00:13

I've grown Yarrow from seed this year and have several young plants coming along nicely in the greenhouse. They have such lovely and unusual foliage 

Fairy Moss

Posted: 20/06/2015 at 20:15

I have some of this in my pond and I have to say it does indeed have a magical ability to cover the pond's surface completely if you don't keep hauling it out. The non-native answer to duck weed me thinks.

Poisonous Plants

Posted: 20/06/2015 at 20:05

Parsley,sage,rosemary and thyme did you say Charlie?

Hornets

Posted: 18/06/2015 at 23:12

I remember years ago seeing a nature programme with Simon King. He said hornets gave plenty of warning if you approached their nest. They would buzz around you first and if you didn't take heed would bounce off you. Then if you STILL didn't listen, they would sting. I'm not sure if that was his personal experience  I do believe that's an Asian Hornet in your pic Heather, another story in itself...

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What plant?

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Fairy Moss

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Monty's watering advice

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Garden maxed out

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Unidentified plant

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Last Post: 07/06/2015 at 22:07

Marsh Marigold?

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Last Post: 06/06/2015 at 22:10

Nasturtiums

Empress of India 
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Zinnia

Leaf wilting 
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Same old story

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Mystery plant

A weed? 
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Pink Aquilegia

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Watering cans

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Rain

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Yarrow

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Tomato plants

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