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And maybe they don't.
A rattle of magpies?
Acackle of magpies?
Good point, Dahliance! When I think of all the clematis I've bought, that have gone to God, I feel a spot of cognitive behavioural therapy coming on.
From Rumi, wonderful as always. "Every blade of grass has an angel that bends over it and whispers, "Grow, Grow"
Got a great laugh from Dahliance quoting Cicero, recommending a camera!
As the others have said. Loads of space. I abandon my crop every year as too difficult to pick, but then I have Jerusalem artichokes growing through them too!
Reporting this to your allotment authority first, then the RSPCA. If you could get some other allotmenteers involved it would have much more punch, threat of publicity etc. .....
Can't remember what time of year it was, but I was removing gravel my neighbour's small kids through in the little pond and my hand grasped a cold jumping object! Not a squeamish person and love frogs, but I did squeal!
I usually put different bulbs in their own pots. Plastic ones are cheap and you can often come across discarded ones. The advantage here is you can bring them to the fore or remove them when over.