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Posted: 14/12/2014 at 08:56

I don't usually post but  read every day and want you to know you have inspired  me. There was nothing wrong with posting your question and worry hope you have answer and comforting results now. Please stay with forum and posting. Look forward to your next one.

Do I talk too much.?

Posted: 21/04/2014 at 08:15

Mike I very rarely sign in but always look at postings to learn and laugh. Your postings are great, just think there are many like me you help although not aware of us.

Keep talking your way.



Posted: 14/09/2013 at 12:56

Hello CluelessGardener Please do not stop blog as I am a stalker enjoy and learn from you and others but do not contribute. Thanks to everyone else for the enjoyment and info I have had. Especially on a rainy miserable day here in Ips. Did have a window and went out dead heading. Greedy want flowers as long as possible.


Talkback: Zebra spider

Posted: 27/04/2013 at 11:39

The same one who created you and all we see from and on this planet. As said a wonderful design has to have a designer. Pity is a lot is being spoilt by man. The higher intelligence?

mirky pond

Posted: 27/04/2013 at 11:17

My pond like Monty Dons last night. Where is best / cheapest Barley straw to be got. Has anyone really found it works. Reviews on Amazon say yes but are they really proper customer reviews.


Aldi garden stuff

Posted: 30/03/2013 at 11:33

I bought 10 mimulus and 10 viola's for 99p each tray of 10 and they are really healthy plants. it was early Thurs and some were not as good. Imagine anyone going  day or two later they would have been rubbish. I am pleased with what i get at Aldies. B&Q Verve seed and cutting compost 2 for £10 I am very pleased with too.

Your Favourite Tools

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 08:22

I too like long handled brush and pan. My  best tool for digging up weeds and making hole to put plants in is my late husband fish gutting knife. Just had thought maybe good to use on slugs as well. Would hate to lose it so always keep eye on where I put it down. Usually in bucket with other hand tools and gloves etc


How tidy is your garden?

Posted: 07/03/2013 at 08:49

My garden is untidy, I wish I could enjoy it but all I see are things that need doing. Now have some one to help 1 hr a week. I say if you do not mind it, go with it. Birds Bees and Butterfies love it.My sister in law says of hers she's not cutting grass as it only grows. Have thought of taking up some lawn but it only takes 20 to30 mins to cut.is it less work. than borders etc. Lost a year last year in garden so it's catch up.


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