pansyface says:COURTESY OF THE MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS.I BET THOSE COWS PRODUCE INTERESTING MILK TODAY.See original post
COURTESY OF THE MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS.
I BET THOSE COWS PRODUCE INTERESTING MILK TODAY.
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HAHHAHAHA, you are so funny, Pansyface.
Great tip! sheps i will keep an eye out for them! Many thaks for your advice.
Only two that I can see but I don't think I want to risk it! They are going to the compost bin I'm afraid... Thank you sheps for your quick reply!
What's are these little buggers that have been munching my generous gardener rose? If I be generous and let them get on will they comsuming the whole bush?! Thanks.
Just had 4 3 litre shrub delivered, all healthy and bushy. Now all planted in the garden. I would personally use them again. Will post some photos if you like.
I enjoyed every minute of it! Didn't want it to end....
Just posted some pics too. Thank you for your advice, much appreciated! Yes, I can move it a bit further along towards to the middle of the border. It will block some light to the windows, but I can live with that.
I have just planted a crabapple tree (Malus tschonoskii) in my front garden which is next to the drive. There is a manhole cover on the drive, so presumably there will be a sewer tunnel running underneath it. Now the tree is planted about 1 meter away from the manhole. Please could you advise if this is too close?
Many thanks in advance.