jatnikapyar


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One of my helebores

Posted: 14/04/2013 at 10:13

Yes, thanks Blackest...I think we'll keep you.

There you go again Verdun, showing your age again; remember when you were like RD so, so long ago?

Things that thrive in large pots

Posted: 14/04/2013 at 10:08

Black bamboo Verdun,then they will match mine and I'll send the Wrens to visit your lovely garden

Bye the way,the guy called SUN has found the SE, I am just about to go out and welcome him........I'd like him to stay a while!

Blue Peter Moment! Reusing bottles

Posted: 14/04/2013 at 10:01

Ta Blakest,........my, aren't you neat RD?

I do the plastic bottle with hole in lid too and place it in a yogurt pot buried in the plant pot(it stops the hole getting bunged up with soil) Very efficient watering system , I say....and FREE!

I use plastic bottles filled with rain water(I'm on meter)and lay them around courgette plants.They warm the soil by trapping the heat of the sun(round orange ball, just reminding me)and release it at night.

I get the flower buckets(5 for 99p) from Morrisons too and use them  as pots etc. and drip water to water the GH.

We love Monty!

Posted: 14/04/2013 at 09:44

I agree sparker, let them find someone else to pick on

No posts either

Posted: 13/04/2013 at 18:47

I am still waiting for my post tooooo!

One of my helebores

Posted: 13/04/2013 at 18:41

There you go again Verdun......behave, RD is a breath of fresh air, soooo keen and enthusiastic.

had your final frost yet - taking a gamble?

Posted: 13/04/2013 at 18:36

i agree with you Woodgreen wonderboy, I'm in the SE too and the late frost got quite a lot of plants, All the young rose shoots were singed, two of the pontitilla are looking very sad too.The shoots of the tree peony,bleeding heart, euphorbia etc.have been affected too. So please be patient a little longer as the nights are still cold. It is heart breaking when you see robust, healthy plants are affected.

Libertias....who knows em?

Posted: 12/04/2013 at 09:32

Morning Verdun, I like it why stop at twice.......make it more

Kiwi tea?

Posted: 11/04/2013 at 15:28

Hi Artjack, I have been reliably informed that there is small firm in Cornwall that grows tea and even exports it! So have a go, it will be lovely to have tea from your own bush

Libertias....who knows em?

Posted: 11/04/2013 at 15:14

Duplicate posting....got carried away, did you Verdun? Must be the sunshine that is eluding us in the SE

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yet another rude online retailer...

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