Latest posts by jatnikapyar

Compostable Kitchen Caddy Liners

Posted: 13/03/2013 at 08:17

Thank you GG for your kind and encouraging comments. I feel that the forum is for EVERYONE and not a select few, and it is wrong for certain individuals to be patronising and condescending towards others whose opinions they do not agree with.

I enjoy reading the posts and interacting with like minded members and sharing ideas.

Compostable Kitchen Caddy Liners

Posted: 12/03/2013 at 10:17

Talking about the liners, I try to compost mostly and the wildlife also do well with what cannot be composted.The rest goes to the council in their container lined with kitchen paper(costly) or wraped in newspaper. And yes, I washout the recycling etc. containers with diluted vinager(very cheap!)

Compostable Kitchen Caddy Liners

Posted: 12/03/2013 at 09:58

Reading the comments above has prompted me to write this, I was new to this forum and I was foolish enough to respond to a comment made by Dovefromabove.It was taken the wrong way by him/her and posted a very sarcastic remark back. I found this very hurtful and stopped going on the forum for a while. After some thought, I decided that I was depriving myself because of ONE forum member and  there are alot of VERY KIND and polite other members who have given me good advice. I also felt that I had the option not to read or response to this persons' postings or blocking.

I an pleased that I had the courage to carry on with the forum as I enjoy reading the comments and most of the forum members are VERY, VERY sensitive to others, especially novices like me.

To you I say a big THANK YOU and and what a pleasure it is to read your postings

Gardeners World new season

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 12:49

It,s a good programme for me as it has basic info and the winter flowering plants feature gave me an idea with the dogwood combination. It is not tooooo taxing as I feel a "heavy" taxing programme would need to be longer. It is good for giving us ideas.

I do find Joe boring and Carol is to enthusiastic!!

Yes, the chickens make me smile as they seem to steal the limelight from Nigel without meaning to do so! Monty is so self effacing and down to earth and reminds me  to do  boring stuff that I have forgotten to do

I have been watching Beechgrove and it is on the same lines except that it has more trials on Composts etc. which is useful. Some stuff is OK for us living down south, but mostly it caters for the colder areas up north. IT starts on the 4th of April @ 7.30 hrs. nationwide on BBC 2. Enjoy

Summer flowering evergreen Clematis

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 12:13

Your Favourite Tools

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 11:46

i have chop sticks in my greenhouse as they stop me using my fingers as dibbers etc.!

Growing tuberose

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 11:42

I grow them every year and the perfume is so intoxitating, but I have had no luck in trying to over winter them and have to get fresh bulbs every year.

This made me spill my tea over the keyboard!

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 11:38

 If we carry on at this rate......killing other living things that we don't like we will reach a stage when we will start killing each and there will be nobody left. There are so many sad  things happening in our world and killing seems to be the answer to every thing.

Money seems to give us immense power, and in the wrong hands it is being used with impunity.


Posted: 10/03/2013 at 11:26

OMG Lead Farmer, your garden is so beautiful.........I am indeed happy to have found GW Forum. There are some stunning gardens, lovingly tendered by some of you. Mine is nowhere near yours........thank God that you post your pictures as I really do enjoy them.

I grow a few clematis and have found that like all flowers,  the single ones seem to attract the most insects. One good variety that is easy to grow too, is "Viticella". There are lots of colours and a profusion of flowers that last ages. Added bonus is that it rarely scums to wilt. Have fun looking it up on Google.

Gardeners World new season

Posted: 09/03/2013 at 08:37

Aaaaa........I had my first fix of Nigel for this year.Must be spring at last, although down here in Surrey it has been wet since Tuesday!

Never mind the chickens,it was heartening to see Nigel(Monty didn't look too bad either) romping around , trying to imitate the chicken! Nice gentle gardening for the first programme of the year.

I am looking forward to Beechgrove too, I'd better get my act together and sow some seeds...........here comes spring, enjoy

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