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Jean Genie


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Fork Handles

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 18:57

Am now full. All demolished but dessert will have to wait. We've just had a snow shower but it seems to have passed over now. Gone extremely cold outside so leaving the frost-stat on in the conservatory for my babies.

Inka , love to have seen the whales . Sounds like you've had a good day.

If I'd have known, Bunny , I'd have set an extra place,

Are you globe-trotting again, Glyn?

Hot oil - ouch  For once I've come out the kitchen unscathed.

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 17:07

Stop it - I'm starving .  That Baileys Dessert was yummy . We had one at Christmas with cream that was flavoured with Baileys as well.

Ooooh - the calories ,

small trees that attract birds

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 17:04

I have an Amelanchier. We have bullfinches in it every Spring.

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 17:01

No, Geoff - one of these.

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 Need to have a good delve in that freezer - may be some more goodies. that was supposed to be for Christmas.

Serves 6-8  Don't think so,

Jaws and jaws 2 ?

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 16:41

  Liz . yes - know you are in France but always thought weather was similar to UK apart from the South.  I'm jealous - want to come and stay.

Think this cold weather is having an effect on my appetite.

Roast beef with all the trimmings  followed by that rather nice dessert.

Can't wait - trying to stop myself from having a snack.

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 16:16

Liz - 14 ?? Think it's 4 here.  

Will investigate those Gardenias Dean - quite fancy one.

Good bargain hunting Goldi - Aldi also have cheap seeds - 39p. Got some Nigella .  . On the choc front just found a Toblerone dessert in the bowels of the freezer so will be getting stuck in later.

What have you named your new fish Geoff ?

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 15:24

I take it the hangover's gone then Dean,

Well done , given up with Rhodos but would love a Gardenia  In one of the gardening catalogues there's a new one that's frost hardy. Might be tempted.

Just discovered all my Cosmos seeds I saved from last years plants are all up.

Chuffed to little mint-balls.

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 15:04

 Seen it all now , Flo. Lucky escape for Maggie.

Having gardening withdrawal symptoms today - far too cold for me  but OH is out there treating the arch and posts as the new trellis panels are standing out like a sore thumb.

Having problems with the water feature , he think's it's a break in the wiring somewhere so  it's going to be a process of elimination  He's not one to be beaten though so know it will be sorted eventually - just don't know when.

Is everyone out and about in their thermals ?

Your Favourite Tools

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 14:56

I have a daisy grubber that used to belong to my Grandad. It has a wooden handle that has gone smooth with age and brings back so many happy memories of him. I take it with me whenever I'm out and about in the garden.

Really useful little tool as well as being an object of sentimentality.

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/03/2013 at 12:27

Afties all

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 To all the Mums in the world,

Well , busy day for me yesterday . most of family came to visit as it was Daughters birthday and Grandson's birthday today. Bjay - still haven't managed to get to H/Bargains and see what seed disks they've got but will definitely go through nthe week - sorry.

Had a lovely morning and some nice thoughtful pressies and cards . Very touched (but you all know that anyway. }

Going to immerse myself in the bath now with my new smellies. Mr Radox has been dumped.

Some time today , I will catch up on everything.

Bjay - broken your bed ?

You really must tell OH To stop wearing that Superman suit.

Catch up later.

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Can anyone identify this plant please ?

Lost label. 
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Seline, Jack Flash.

First year flowering perennial ? 
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Plants and shrubs in containers.

When to stop feeding. 
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Winter pansies.

Why have some collapsed ? 
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Fat ball residue.

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