Jean Genie


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Fork Handles

Posted: 24/02/2013 at 20:57

 Caz ! 

Can't even think of a reply to that one - nearly choked on my toffeecrisp !

Think I'll nip round to Hols.

Fork Handles

Posted: 24/02/2013 at 20:20

Inka - that was certainly  a maths lesson with a difference

Evening Hollie.

Thanks for the weather forecast Mr Mystical orange balls. Need to do some hoeing tomorrow.

Fork Handles

Posted: 24/02/2013 at 19:47

You live in a truly beautiful place Inka   and well done . I'm sure you'll get there in the end.

Bet the eagle wasn't impressed to lose the salmon but what a find for you. Freshest fish you've ever tasted I'll bet.

Fork Handles

Posted: 24/02/2013 at 19:25

Inka -  I am so envious. What a beautiful bird.   We have a sparrowhawk that appears from time to time but would love to see one of those land on my back fence. Don't think the longtails would be impressed though.

Hows the patches going ?

my pictures

Posted: 24/02/2013 at 19:11

Verdun - you little dark horse.  You have a lovely garden - very jealous.

Fork Handles

Posted: 24/02/2013 at 19:09

Evening and nighty night Dean.

A bit of a mixed bag today - coq au vin and coccyx  Poor old Dan - That sounds really painful. Hope the road to recovery isn't a long one.

Didn't get round to potting anything today as we were late coming home so am having a little play on here. Had lunch out but feel a need for a little something.

Cake springs to mind.

Fork Handles

Posted: 24/02/2013 at 08:05

Morning forkers   Been a very slight snowfall overnight here but not much to write home about. Felt a great need for tea so am sitting in conservatory admiring yesterdays efforts. A tad on the achy side today . Good practice for the events yet to come.

At the risk of being ex- communicated I would like a little rain shower today - just to settle the plants in that I moved yesterday. Come to think of it, my rainwater supply is running a little low.

That's a first.

We are off visiting today and later may or may not pot up some Mont Blanc lillies.

Have a good day everyone.  

Fork Handles

Posted: 23/02/2013 at 20:49

Sounds like you had a good time Caz . Love looking at old churches. Greek ones are spectacular - very ornate . The last one we saw was in Yorkshire in Mythalmyriod ( excuse spelling ) bit of a mouthful that.

How on earth did those stones end up in Stonehenge ?

Fork Handles

Posted: 23/02/2013 at 20:32

 Dan - nothing to serious I hope. haven't heard from you for ages.

Don't blame you Lottie - nothing beats your own bed.

Hmmm, Brandy and hot chocolate . Might have to try that.

Fork Handles

Posted: 23/02/2013 at 20:05

Evening Dan .  how are you getting on ?

What on earth is that ?

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Strange fungus in house plant.

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Thank you very much !

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Already potted the others. 
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Has anyone grown one ? 
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Jasmine Polyanthum

What do do with it. 
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Lets hear it for the houseplants.

Indoor gardening. 
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Pruning Sambucus in Autumn

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Iris rhizomes

Seed compost ? 
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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.

What lies beneath ! 
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