FloBear


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Rhubarb

Posted: 21/04/2013 at 21:11

Kate, I can't help you with your leaves, sorry, but when I pick my rhubarb I do get a small amount of sticky clear drippy stuff.

new gardener

Posted: 21/04/2013 at 18:28

This is a vine weevil larva. About half an inch long and no legs. My first ever question on this forum was the same as yours tinker 2


 

Our own A to Z of our Gardening

Posted: 21/04/2013 at 09:11

Geraniums - though I don't know which ones apart from renardii whose leaves are like geckos' feet. And I think I'll have galanthus as it's a long time until s for snowdrop. They're a beautiful relief after a long winter

Today I feel so happy....

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 17:12

Gorgeous, Liz!

I was happy to be back in my own garden today. Not that I've been travelling, just that today is the first day it's felt like a proper spring in the garden day. I had a lovely time weeding the rhubarb patch  as well as a selection of other jobs.

Today I feel so happy....

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 09:49

Sun is shining here and I have surprises popping up all over the place. Mostly primroses and pulmonarias - and a bee and a brimstone butterfly   My baby blackbirds have flown the nest, haven't seen them anywhere but I have loads of cover and I keep thinking I can hear them.

Hollie hock - hope you have your promised sun - and everyone else too, of course.

Our own A to Z of our Gardening

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 08:57

Ooh, Bev, I've got F to look forward to, I have a backlog of A to Z progs

Fairygirl wrote (see)
actually I tried that but the children kept finding me...

 

  

 

and frogs for me too please.

My first Hedgehog inhabitant

Posted: 19/04/2013 at 16:02

Lesley, it's great to hear that you have hedgehogs and are looking after them well. I had four rescue boys last year but they only stayed for a few weeks and left for pastures new. Looking forward to hearing of their progress

Our own A to Z of our Gardening

Posted: 19/04/2013 at 15:57

Bev, are those your ferns? Gorgeous! I might have to seek advice about pinching your idea

Our own A to Z of our Gardening

Posted: 19/04/2013 at 13:04

Fritillaria meleagris - definitely in my top 10 of favourite plants

And ferns are great - I'm amazed when I see them growing inside drains and other unusual places!

Our own A to Z of our Gardening

Posted: 15/04/2013 at 10:21

I love Eschscholzias - Californian poppies. They are good tempered, tough, have lovely ferny foliage and a brilliant splash of colour. And their little pixie-hats that pop off before the flowers open, make me smile.

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