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July in the garden!!

Posted: 15/07/2012 at 09:39

@lillylouise.. your garden still looks stunning as ever, it is a pleasure to admire, you work so hard on it, i can only ever hope to have look like that, far to windy on top of hte cliff here.

@dean.. your garden is looking great and those veg gorgeous, we had our own swede, peas and carrots last sunday roast and will do the sam today so much nicer.

@rainjustlearning.. lovely rose such a lovley mix of colour unusual.

@Penninepetal.. yes it si amazing how much space you gain after cuttingback.. was same when i did my lawn edges had anther 4ins fo fill up.. ha ha bubyb moans everything over hanging when trying to cut the lawn.. but hey it look sgreat i tell him.. he huffs of normally and carries on.

the waether has been rather good last few days.. bit of rain yesterday for hour but that all.. today is blue skies and cloudy so off out there in a min to do some more.

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Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:16

... wish we could have a laughing smilie face to add.. that is what i am after sotongeoff.. for that one..

 

July in the garden!!

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:13

@hyppybyker.. thanks for that info.. think i remember that one where he did that.. i dont envy your other half making them into a corkscrew shape.. some patience for that.. make sure you post a piccie so i can see it.

July in the garden!!

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:12

well it certainly looks like her standard fuschia sat there and the white cosmos... and the address was given on her garden open sign.. so think it is.. it is beautiful.

so much care and love is put into that garden.. the back garden is just as impressive.

Cowslips in July ????

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:10

no.. mine are flowering again now as are my  mums, so think it is the fact of cold weather then a bit of heat again.. they all mixed up.. arent we all with the weather at the min..

i couldnt belive it when i saw it flowering again.. and i have just sowen more seeds for next spring.. so doing well with them..

Candelabra Primulas.

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:07

i have managed to get mine to germinate.. i treated them just like i did my cowslips and primrose seeds.. keep moist in the greenhouse out of 50 seeds i had 42 come up.. doing smae again now with them.. and they were dried seeds.. will let you know how this lot do..

What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:05

this morning is blue skies and sunny with still breeze and dark clouds coming and and carrying on over.

July in the garden!!

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:04

oh.. right is is her garden.. thought i recognised it.. shame i live to far away to come see it for real.. would love to.

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Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:03

oh and yes there is a fine but is being wavered until november.. brother found out to his downfall when over there last week.. lucky they did not fine him.. but told him to go get one straighat away.. or they will fine him.

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Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:01
sotongeoff wrote (see)

Bookertoo

Have been trying to sort out sat-nav  for France and had an on-like chat with Sarah-not sure if it is sorted yet but you are not allowed a speed camera alert or risk £1000 fine-this is work in progress again-also got to get a breathalyzer kit- fine for not having that-11 euros-mixed standards???

We will now be told how misunderstood JT is now and what a nice chappy he is really

Can't see me coming to Woking but expect to see lots of pictures and Lottie waving furiously behind the camera


i heard on news that no speed camera alert ones allowed nd you must have a high visability vest in the car (not boot) for every person in the car and also 2 breathtest machines in your car at all times in France.

 

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