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HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 29/04/2014 at 22:42

Busy-Lizzie like your plants in the green house what are some of them - saw the Nymans prog love the herbaceous borders

Here's one for you OL saw it at Hillier's and liked it so took a pic that was when doing my hanging basket

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I wondered about the round about Chicky -  it still looks pretty with plants

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 29/04/2014 at 15:36

Here is some pics for you

This on back of Woodgreen village hall like the garden great den area

 

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These pictures are from Woodgreen wonderboy's garden

Think some of these pictures show how his garden is doing

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These pots look amazing love the colours 

 

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This is the sheep getting rounded up in the field behind his garden 

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Great log pile area for wildlife and for bugs 

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So nice and soft coloured tulips 

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So glad I made it at the right time to view the tulips amazing show of flowers 

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Which one is this one, I so like it 

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Here is a close up

 

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You are still there Fairygirl in the back - just think you got a bit giddy

 

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The bee enjoying the pollen

On way home saw a horse on edge of road walking along

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 and then a cute donkey

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Here is the plants that I brought - did not realise that I got so many as dad kept putting them in the boot

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Chicky the ragged robin is going to the station and maybe something else

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Posted: 29/04/2014 at 14:12

Very yummy yummy Woody

 

Here is one for you OL in this weeks garden news mag a sink planted, someone used a pallet as a planter

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Posted: 29/04/2014 at 13:57

Cake all round,   sunny out now was wet when I went and fed the birds - saw a sparrow collecting bits of pampas grass for there nest

Ponds are so good to watch - dove

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Posted: 29/04/2014 at 13:53

Enjoy GC trip  - thanks for the tea so soothing

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Posted: 29/04/2014 at 13:36

I've got the lemon drizzle from the shop from Woody area and can share that yummy but cup tea for me MrsGarden thanks

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Posted: 29/04/2014 at 00:20

Thanks Woody your beans my plot - my broad beans are 5cms tall so will wait a bit for them to go in the garden,

The plant sale was just what was needed for the bright pots  

Edd enjoy your pallet making - me tried a small bit of pallet sorting and using a saw it managed spiked my thumb gave up got to wet me bit not with it - from so much going on at the weekend with plant sale and then volunteering at Sholing valley study centre the next day and planting and pallet sorting out

Night Edd Think it is time I go so night all

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Posted: 28/04/2014 at 23:08

Hello forkers,

Been in garden for a bit today in the rain digging over 2 veg beds and planting out peas I have sown in one bed and in the other broad beans from Woody - ones he grew - I have now sown some more peas in my row planters

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Mrs Garden the plants in your pic are sweet peas in the trays -  here is my sweet peas I have pinched them out and they growing ok

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Here is my bright coloured pots I wanted to plant up

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and thanks to the Woody's plant sale I got some plants and planted them up with matching colours

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This pic is my new planter at the back from homebase and planted up by me and the one in the front I planted using plants from the WW plant sale

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Pallets

Posted: 27/04/2014 at 20:34

Well the potting table has got a little bit further this afternoon

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Put the blocks on the bottom of the legs for the table, then put it on the trestles to see how it looks and if any needed doing

It was a little high so the legs will go up past the top and help support the edging of the top of the potting table

The bottom shelf has now got a an extra board put on cause not as wide as top so now both 90cms wide to help attach to the legs and stand up properly

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So will roughly look like this but not on the trestles - there is a nice knot hole in the top just right for the dibber tools - will take more pics as I go

I only had a bit of time in the afternoon to have a go and it rained on me while hammer in nails but I wanted to get it done

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Posted: 26/04/2014 at 23:24

Hello all been a plantastic day

Got so many plants - a few that Woody grew - so many plants to choose from - so ended up with a car boot full they must of just jumped in there   

Had lemon drizzle cake yummy 

Thanks for the dry weather all  

Woody let us have a look around his garden so many nice plants in flower - I will have to see if Woody will let me add photos of his garden 

Bit of rain on way home - but when we got home it was dry outside and bit windy still even though my feet tired and me a bit tired and it was 4pm.

Well I had to get all the plants out of the car -  took a photo of them all together - so then I sorted out planting a few plants in my bright pots for front garden area and more plants into the planter in the back garden near my plastic greenhouse then some around the pond was then time to go in as it sloshed it down with rain   

Will add pics another day

Night all

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