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Posted: 06/04/2015 at 17:20

Yes Dove still Easter time

Matty2 lovely pics of plants


Posted: 05/04/2015 at 18:11

At station garden clematis armandii, daffs, grape hyacinths blue, hyacinths, anemone, dandelions lots, I red and yellow tulip, tulips cream, quince lots of red flowers, forgot me nots, wallflowers, primula, violas, euphorbia, cyclamen, gorse, hebe Lisa, saxifrage     

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 05/04/2015 at 17:46

Fruitcake sound like chicken watching enjoyable

Where there lots of others up the allotments?


Posted: 05/04/2015 at 14:00

I was amazed about the amount of flowers out more than I thought,  I ended up seeing things that you not quite noticed before like the forget me nots and tulip only opened today and I also saw a ladybird lots of bees and hover flies  


Posted: 05/04/2015 at 13:26

Here's my count

Violas lots, Daffs tete-a-tete and big daffs, snowflakes, primrose, primula lots of colours, camellia, forget me nots, 2 peach trees, Mimosa, Hebe Trudy first year it has flowered, pansy, dandelion, iberis, cyclamen, celandine, radish in flower, Bellis, grape Hyacinth white and blue, forsythia, flowering currant, violet and euphorbia martini and rainbow one    

Here is some pictures  

2 orange tulips

chionodoxa flowers new this year to the garden

Hyacinth pink smell amazing right near front door, lots of other colours as well yellow, purple, blue around garden

Wallflower orange/ red,  also yellow out and Erysimum Bowles mauve


Posted: 05/04/2015 at 11:18

Hello all

Thought it would be nice if we went around counting the flowers out in your gardens - the different types like violas and numbers say a tulip

This is where you get a chance to see what is in flower, look around and appreciate them all 

You can upload pics if want



Posted: 03/04/2015 at 22:33

Do you have a hammer and crow bar they do well to take pallets apart or if not a large brick stone with the pallet slightly raised on a brick to whack and bounce the wood up  

Tips Wear gloves - if you have any ear defenders or cotton wool,  ear plugs to help with noise and goggles for eyes   

With the cold frame figure out on a flat surface how much of a slope you would like lean the lid on something and measure height to the flat surface at the highest bit then measure length along front bottom of and width of side

Then add how deep you would like the coldframe box at the bottom  

This one explains a bit

Liner in planter works well

I use nails and hammer on most of the things but screws as well don't bother with glue really

Helps watching lots of youtube videos

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 03/04/2015 at 21:57

In between rain I manage to plant my 2 lots of 1st earlies in bags in the veg patch

Fruitcake  I do 1st early now, a week or 2 next potatoes 2nds and then main crop

Charlie22 nice idea  

Stagbeetle shame what happened to your sunflowers? at least there is still time to start more - mine not up yet

We got a new fence post today so hoping sometime soon that will get put up then the area for my sweet peas and cut flowers will be getting there

Ginagibbs I want to paint my raised bed wood and cut the grass and get lots of plants planted up the station, also get the bird box up

Bet lots of you are heading to your allotments this weekend or veg patch

Having a go at a cut flower patch...

Posted: 03/04/2015 at 14:03

Little-ann  just push the space bar after the website to make it to a link

Tootles nice to have flowers inside pretty little vases with flowers, how many raised beds you going to grow flowers for cutting in? 


Posted: 03/04/2015 at 13:56

Matty2 can do variety and numbers all in one like lots of violas then could be 1 tulip or other things will have a new thread for this of course

Matty2 you could do internet shopping? or browsing  

Drying up out now may get some spuds in bags

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No GW tonight so watch this

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