hollie hock


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Cats!!!

Posted: 15/12/2017 at 09:06
Paul B3 says:

What a joke ; I see my post regarding 'Cats' has been hastily removed by the ever watchful BBC (does that stand for Big Brother Corporation ) ??


I happened to mention a surefire way of solving the cat problem , but  I see it has suddenly vanished ; how amazing!!


Last edited: 14 December 2017 20:06:48


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Nothing so sinister Paul, this site has nothing to do with the BBC.  I reported your post as your sure fire way of solving the cat problem is to delibratley set poison down for your neigbours cats.

cosmos

Posted: 15/12/2017 at 08:32

Cosmos aren't hardy so any frosts and snow will kill them off. Start again with your seeds in Spring.

Cooked food in copost?

Posted: 14/12/2017 at 10:52

I don't put any cooked stuff in my compost bin

The Snail Lover's Society

Posted: 14/12/2017 at 09:55
Lyn says:

I had a snail for a pet, a huge African Land Snail, wouldn’t want him eating plants in the garden though.


you could actually hear him eating munching on his veg. 


This is a google picture as mine are all on laptop and I can’t be bothered to boot up.😀


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OMG Lyn, almost looks cute and cuddly! 

 

Watching seedlings grow

Posted: 01/12/2017 at 14:19

You've got loads Lyn, those pansies do look strong and healthy. What are the small ones at the front in your last picture? I recognise them but can't think of a name. I'm the opposite, I keep meaning to do autumn sowings and then never get around to it

Harvest 2017

Posted: 01/12/2017 at 11:31

Love parsnips. Only veg I grew this year was runner beans another of my favourites. Late to get going,but loads left in the freezer


Watching seedlings grow

Posted: 01/12/2017 at 11:26

Not normally got a lot going on at this time of year. Late sowings of  larkspur, purple toadflax and some red scabious.Very pleased as seed collected from the garden, all in the frame as well as the cat.





Planting a garden cheaply

Posted: 30/11/2017 at 09:46

It's amazing how many plants you get from a packet of seeds. Sow lots of annuals in Spring, they grow quick and will fill your garden.

ID please

Posted: 25/11/2017 at 11:02

Thanks nut

ID please

Posted: 25/11/2017 at 07:56

I have one of these given to me, the flowers are really pretty but can't remember the name

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