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Kate Bradbury


Latest posts by Kate Bradbury

Talkback: Bees and pesticides

Posted: 22/04/2013 at 18:49

Thanks for all your comments. Me too, obelixx. Great to hear so many of you are seeing bees and butterflies out. Hope they have a good year.

 

Kate

Talkback: Nesting robins

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 13:46
Lovely to hear your spring bird-nesting stories! Not sure about your robin, Florrie bunda. But if it's got a beak full of worms it's well enough to find its own food. Perhaps it's been 'tamed' by one of your neighbours?

Talkback: Bees and pesticides

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 13:41
Very good point oldchipy - what are we eating? But yes, the loss of bees would dramatically alter the types of food we eat. On top of that, I couldn't imagine a world without bees, it would be miserable!

Kate

Talkback: Queen wasp

Posted: 15/04/2013 at 16:07
Lovely x x

Talkback: House sparrows

Posted: 21/03/2013 at 12:14

Thanks for all your comments! Interesting to see lots of different views of the house sparrow. I've never seen one in my garden.

 

Kate

Talkback: Top 10 plants for a dream garden

Posted: 02/03/2013 at 16:17
Thanks for all your comments. Lovely to see your lists of dream plants and those you are already growing. Fingers crossed for a goo summer!

Kate

Talkback: Top 10 fruit and veg for a dream garden

Posted: 02/03/2013 at 16:15
Haha no oldchippy but one can dream!

Kate

Talkback: Hedgehogs and foxes

Posted: 22/02/2013 at 12:26
Hi all, thanks for your comments.

Jacqueline - you can usually find details on the British Hedgehog Preservation Society website. They're updating the site at the moment, but here is the link: http://www.hedgehogs.org.uk/www/preservationsociety/

Sarah's pondlife - nice to hear from you! happy Marion is still very active on the blogs but I;m sure you will find her on the forum, where she posts lots of lovely photos of her garden.

Lairyfairy - hedgehogs benefit from holes under fences so they can pass between gardens, leaf and log piles, compost heaps (just be careful when turning them), areas of long grass, safe access to and from your pond and no slug pellets!

Kate

Talkback: Growing plants for winter scent

Posted: 11/02/2013 at 13:19
Thanks for your comments. Verdun will you post a link to your post on here?

Thanks

Kate

Talkback: Orange ladybirds

Posted: 26/01/2013 at 01:36

Hi all, sorry for not inluding the scientific name of the orange ladybird! I certainly should have. Sorry for any confusion.

Kate

Discussions started by Kate Bradbury

Talkback: Queen wasp

Lovely x x 
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Last Post: 21/04/2013 at 07:22

Talkback: Leaf-cutter bees

Saw my first leaf-cutter only a couple of weeks ago Richard. Didn't get a chance to look at its underside... Kate 
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Last Post: 05/07/2014 at 21:40

Potted ponds in Thailand

Just some of the many 'potted ponds' I found in Thailand 
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Last Post: 24/02/2012 at 20:24

Frogspawn

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Last Post: 15/02/2012 at 14:45

Bumblebees?

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Last Post: 17/12/2011 at 08:16

Ladybirds

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Last Post: 14/12/2011 at 20:26

Favourite tools

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Last Post: 28/04/2012 at 10:06

Redesign of garden

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Last Post: 15/03/2012 at 19:49

Seed buying

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Last Post: 06/01/2012 at 12:16

Plants still in flower?

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Last Post: 19/01/2012 at 21:10
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