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How do I get a Tree Preservation Removed?

Posted: Today at 00:36

Was it used by the locals before you bought it? Maybe it was an informal dog walking area and they feel peeved that you have come along and intend to deprive them of something that they feel was theirs?

If its untity, used as a dump and never used by people maybe it's just NIMBY.  Could be, of course that they are just jealous.

Gardeners who love their feline friends

Posted: Yesterday at 20:07

The reason they don't mess up your garden, is because they would rather messup someone elses!  They like to play/poo away!

Do I miss my dogs!  They didn't chase cats but the sight of a collie and a X-staffie is enough to deter most moggies. RIP Baba & Rusty. I now have to rely on making a loud noise when they're digging up my veg.

CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS.......

Posted: 11/12/2014 at 20:53

I know not of these songs. Singing was not encouraged in our house.

Carol singing and Penny for the Guy were scrictly forbidden.  On asking if I could go one year my Mother shouted that she was not having me begging in the street like some Gypsy!

She also turned up with alcohol-free wine one year and complains very loudly if there is any offered. This is not on relious grounds - but because she doesn't like booze, no-one else should drink it!

Talkback: Christmas daffodil pot display

Posted: 11/12/2014 at 19:42
Lyn: My other half says they small like cat pee but I LOVE them!

Talkback: Christmas daffodil pot display

Posted: 11/12/2014 at 19:41
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Talkback: Three ways to create a mini-meadow

Posted: 21/08/2014 at 22:32
Where would one buy wildflower turf? Sounds ideal for my pocket handkerchief front garden. I am near Hastings, East Sussex.

Read in the paper today

Posted: 21/08/2014 at 21:59

Same as Bekkie.  Yes, I am veggie.

Speadfing graniums

Posted: 22/05/2014 at 22:35

I live on what is reclaimed wood/pastrureland and I have problem with a weed that seems to resemble the native  geranium, with pink flowers. I,ve tried digging it out but it is impossible to get every bit of root and even comes back after being dreched with glyphasate.  Can anybody tell what exactly I'm dealing with, and how to get rid of it as wish to lay a thyme lawn in part of the area which is being invaded.  Thanks.

Talkback: Sparrows

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 22:15

What is a WUM?

next season

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 22:07

Had 2 bags of glads and a bag of lillies free with orders. Only have a pocket handkerchief garden so gave them away.  Receipients were pleased with them though!

 

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Speadfing graniums

Looks like native cranesbill 
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Last Post: 23/05/2014 at 12:28
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