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Latest posts by ginagibbs

Talkback: Making leaf mould

Posted: 02/11/2013 at 11:55

My Holly is really rocking it this year! Not one raspberry though!?

Leaving my garden

Posted: 01/11/2013 at 10:37

Good luck Hollie, take your "best friends" and a few cuttings.

New borders

Posted: 01/11/2013 at 10:25

We have got the tree man booked to take out a mature but dying chestnut. Sad to see it go but on the upside, I get more light and looking forward to planning a new veg area in the pottager style!

Grandpa had one just like it

Posted: 31/10/2013 at 17:05

Ahh .... Claringdon, what memories. Sadly my grandads both died when I was young but my Dad made up for it with his shed. What springs to mind among all the wierd and wonderful dusty, cobwebby stuff he surrounded himself with, is a couple of little stream driven engine thingamybobs that ran on Methalated spririts.  I remember painting the outside to look like a black and white beamed cottage and the veggie patch outside. He's moved house about 3 times since then and still has a muddley, dusty shed and a veg patch, minus the engines, must find out what happended to them! (cats and spiders are pre requisits!)

Camera Corner

Posted: 26/10/2013 at 12:21

Thanks David, I take this camera everywhere!

Camera Corner

Posted: 26/10/2013 at 10:46

This is was taken in my garden using my old faithfull Kodak

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/33082.jpg?width=496&height=350&mode=max

 

Dessert apples - glut!

Posted: 26/10/2013 at 10:41

Jam and chutneys should use up a few kilos

When is honey fungus not honey fungus?

Posted: 26/10/2013 at 10:39

Thanks for that Bob, I hoped that might be the case. I will get some Armillatox for the nearby trees just in case. Have a good weekend

When is honey fungus not honey fungus?

Posted: 25/10/2013 at 16:17

Got all this to look forward to with our pink chestnut tree. Our plan is that once its felled and the tree surgeon has ground out the stump, and we,ve got out as much of the root system as possible, we will rotivate the area and use it for veg growing. Does that sound ok or are we asking for trouble. Will look up the Armillatox product for the surrounding shrubs/trees.

Talkback: Wasps

Posted: 25/10/2013 at 11:59

leave a bin liner of dead leaves around, guarenteed nesting distination for most agressive wasps got stung 3 times,    little B*@x**s!!!

Discussions started by ginagibbs

Rose aid please

No blooms on my ramblers yet 
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New Allotment

What to look for 
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to cut or not to cut

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tomato blight

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Name this plant challenge

Can you tell me wha this is? 
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tomato plant pests

tiny white spiders 
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