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Posted: 13/06/2014 at 19:55

Lily are they edible or product olives?  Whatever well done you


Posted: 13/06/2014 at 19:53

Fairy I like footie but not at bedtime or if it's a sunny get out there day. 8 yrs ago we had to have gazebo up and tele inside it for daytime matches as it was scorchio. Friends around, BBQ etc.  Couldn't do it now we are digital TV, not a portable aeriel on small tele run from power from garage.

Just wait you prob' can and I'm just thick

Garden Gallery 2014

Posted: 13/06/2014 at 19:44

I'm totally green. Wow the lot of you, I do have nice foxtail lily showing will post another now in a sulk


Posted: 13/06/2014 at 19:38

Chicky Hi, footie done till later me thinks 10.35pm  Not sure as OH is quiet.


Posted: 13/06/2014 at 19:33

Lily pasta  I suffered it last night

Fairy soz to hear big, little fairy  not well. Hope she's back on duty tomoz'. Hugs. Rub down with a hot poltice  


Posted: 13/06/2014 at 19:31

Hi all.

Wintersong hugs I have the same rant each week at Morrison's have to go there as Mum knows her way around. I won't start up or I'll implode...each Wednesday teatime I have to lie in a quiet dark room  

Panda camping ? or an evening?  Not for me en suite or nothing

Dove soz Pa suffering with heat can't be easy for him in any respect. 

Verdun hope the nice nurses at the hospital enjoyed your jokes and found you some bun 

MrsGarden take away for us tomoz.

Hope OL is okay after a long day today

Like Dove says about missing people out I have to say we are now many which is brill  but if I miss anyone it isn't because I don't like you.

Speaking of which I haven't seen Pdoc's pics yet, if they are of blue poppies he can look out   Lesley ask for an IOU for one next year if they've sold out.

It's Friday so where is the curry monster with his weekly update I had popped in to say about my day but my fingers are now tired.  

1st & 2nd Earlies

Posted: 13/06/2014 at 19:12

Andrew a result  Enjoy them,

Mel I've emptied one sack and we've already scoffed them so will have to be less greedy with the rest

New spuds straight from the soil / bag wonderful   

Suppose to be salad but..

Posted: 13/06/2014 at 19:08

Hi Mel  They don't look like any salad to me. Even too thick a stalk for something that has bolted and no flower head.  They look more like tough stalked leggy brassicas to me. They don't even look like spinach.

If you have any seed left sow it outside or in a trough outside and see if it grows like salad, I doubt it. You might be able to plant it as a vegetable and see what matures.  

I know my veg but for something to look like that after 3 months especially inside I'm puzzled.  


Posted: 13/06/2014 at 08:47

Cooler here than yesterday and some cloud, a good day for gardening.

Well done to the Mods the upsetting thread has been removed.  


Posted: 13/06/2014 at 08:01

Dove runners twine anticlock wise. Have a good day

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