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Kathy 2

Latest posts by Kathy 2

No flowers on Clematis.

Posted: 24/06/2012 at 11:11

 Hi Watermelonice,

This is my Niobe after a shower of rain. Hope it helps to identify yours.

GW Presenters

Posted: 17/06/2012 at 15:51

Thanks sotongeoff, I wondered why it did that. It was OK before I pressed the submit button

GW Presenters

Posted: 17/06/2012 at 14:21

<span style="font-size: 12px; line-height: 18px; background-color: #eeeeee;">"And as for GW - that's why there are several presenters, each playing to their strengths - the snide comments about Monty Don's 'acre's smack of nothing short of jealousy to me."

<span style="font-size: 12px; line-height: 18px; background-color: #eeeeee;">To Dovefromabove

<span style="font-size: 12px; line-height: 18px; background-color: #eeeeee;">I was NOT making snide comments about Monty Don. I was just saying who I preffered as a presenter. I am also not jealous of Monty's garden - I would just like to see more for people with tiny gardens like me. I like Gardener's World and my Sky box is set to record the whole series in case I don't get to see it on Fridays.

GW Presenters

Posted: 16/06/2012 at 10:55

I liked Geoff Hamilton and Alan Titchmarsh best - less about rolling acres and more about proper gardening.  

Talkback: Build a brick barbecue

Posted: 12/06/2012 at 17:01

This is ours, built into the wall to terrace the sloping garden. It's much better than the general movable ones - it doesn't have to be put inside during winter or finish up as a pile of disintegrating rust by being left outside. It's always ready to use at the drop of a hat (or should I say at a ray of the sun!).   It has even been cooked on under an umbrella. I wouldn't be without it.


Talkback: Building a leaf heap

Posted: 10/06/2012 at 16:27

I've also used one for the last three years - when I need it for this years leaves, I put the old leaves in the compost bin. I also put the blossom from my ornamental cherry in it.

Digging fork

Posted: 09/06/2012 at 17:38

The "Dobbies" fork is also stainless steel, with an ash handle. Comes clean easily when you have used it - I just wiped it with some paper towel ( and I've got clay soil)

Digging fork

Posted: 09/06/2012 at 12:01

I have recently bought a "Dobbies" garden fork from the supermarket that is having the voucher exchange. Should have been twelve pounds odd but I used the vouchers and got it for about £6!!!! I also got some Sankey propagators for less than £3 each which I had paid over £7 for, earlier in the year. I think the offers end soon (may have even finished by now - sorry) The fork was easy and comfortable  to use.

netting brassicas

Posted: 07/06/2012 at 13:13

If you haven't got yoghurt pots,how about small water bottles? I've been saving mine to use near tomato plants for watering. Now I am waiting for some fine weather to put up my netting for my Pak Choi.

Baby lettuce plants

Posted: 02/06/2012 at 17:26

Thanks Lalat.

Discussions started by Kathy 2

iPad ap for Gardener's World.?

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Is it too late to take pelargonium cuttings?

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Problems getting iPad edition as subscriber to GW

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Calling Daniel Hayes re electronic magazine

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Only ipad for electronic magazine???

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wasps nest

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seed packet template

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Baby lettuce plants

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