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Posted: 18/01/2014 at 12:01

Hello to you all,  thank-you for replying to my bleat.  After sending my letter I put away the gin bottle and gathered up my husband and went and did some tidying up on my plot. Such a lot of rubbish had suddenly appeared, leaves, twigs and such.  Lots of bending, lifting and huffing and puffing and hey presto aching backside!  Lots of bags of rubbish and very little to see for my hardish work.

I really enjoy this forum

Posted: 17/01/2014 at 11:57

Hi everybody,  I have also happened upon this blog and it seems to a rather interesting site.  Lots of good humour and twerking.  So pleased to learn that dumb questions,re gardening,  are not ignored or ridiculed.  How does one get their gardening mojo back. I have an allotment and a back garden that I culvitate and just cannot get motivated at all.  Do I take to the gin bottle or gird my loins!!!

Thank you so much

Posted: 06/12/2012 at 15:10

Very true so I'll go and repose upon the settee and read my latest 'Gardeners World' mag.. or on the other hand my latest read from the library

Thank you so much

Posted: 06/12/2012 at 14:47

Think I might go and see if  the snowdrops are through in the garden, but then on the other hand I might just leave it until tomorrow!!

Thank you so much

Posted: 06/12/2012 at 14:23

Thankyou kindly lady.  I am going to root out my suncream!  What do I do with my plot in the meantime.  Should I leave it until the new year, which is my ideal, or are there any suggestions.

Thank you so much

Posted: 06/12/2012 at 13:31

Hello everybody........ I have often read the pages this site.  I am not a beginner gardener but nowhere near a expert one.I Have an allotment and have in the past thoroughtly enjoyed working the ground but this yesr with all the rain and the plague of snails in the potatoe area (all were useless for cooking).  No blight but the awful snigs!!  I just got so fed up that I haven't been down to do any work for about 2 months.  Has anyone else felt like this.  I await with bated breath for a reply.

Talkback: Wet weather on the veg plot

Posted: 15/06/2012 at 11:54

I went to dig up some spuds two days ago and from 4 plants I had approx 12 pidddling little pots.   Fed up.   Broad beans doing nearly quite well. Haven't been to my allotment yet this week hope I can make it tomorrow.  Garden looking quite lush with all the green leave with two lillies struggling to make themselves seen.  The geraniums are just romping away with blues and pinks.  But no really bright colours around yet.

Gardeners World

Posted: 22/12/2011 at 22:30

I always look forward to Carol enthusing about her gardening.  Also, she does give wonderful advice regarding 'how to' cutting advice.

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