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Posted: 09/04/2014 at 20:03

Verdun so sad when friend's are in "pain" guess we do what we do to help. Never easy. x

Dove PM'd you.


Posted: 09/04/2014 at 19:48

Dove, dear Dove, I'm so sorry about your friend. I'm gabbing on about a blinking tooth  Hugs to you & your dear friend.


Posted: 09/04/2014 at 19:45

Verdun. ssoz about Mum's delay home, better safe etc..  Hugs.

Chicky "hate those mices to pieces" have a great week off.


Posted: 09/04/2014 at 19:41

Hi all.

Panda & Lily glad you both sound well

Panda "organic" pellets I don't think there are such things, some are less toxic than others and some supposed to be wildlife friendly but ok until rains then they've gone & that's when beasties appear. Maybe try putting pricky off cuts around your plants, or horticultural grit if they are attacking certain ones, like my "best" tulips I do put blue pellets down, if my veg is eaten, only a few and I hide under the plant leaves and remove debris early in morning.  A world without slugs / snails would be ace.

Kef isn't organising any beer festival but will come to cabin if a party is planned.

Pdoc thanks for info' will visit Bot Gdns then, as I haven't ever seen one, only pics.

I'm happy bunny just had 6oz medium rare sirloin steak, cut into Scooby snacks and taken 25mins to nibble, cold by the time I'd done, but hey! proper food.  Mouth not up to Rump or Ribeye ( more tasty but more chewy) but soon... very very soon...



Posted: 09/04/2014 at 17:24
punkdoc wrote (see)

Yes KEF, the Republic of South Yorkshire.

I am on for a bit of a session girls.


Thought you had a bad back !   What time of year will blue poppies flower in Botanical Garden's Pdoc ?


Posted: 09/04/2014 at 16:58

All good in GH

OL don't you be giving Fairy my job. Fairy isn't a boozer.


Posted: 09/04/2014 at 16:29

Fairy I could organise a **** up in a brewery

OL begonia info', soz not me.

Help my soils got nits

Posted: 09/04/2014 at 16:22

Nin & Ynnead, I haven't seen you before on the forum so hello from me


Posted: 09/04/2014 at 16:17

Freedom for Yorkshire I say in a "woolfie" voice.  

Back from SM I swear the place gets worse, only go to that one which starts with an M cos Mum familiar with lay out.

Tonight is steak & salad and if my plastic temp' crown cover gets chewed thro' too bad, I'm fed up of what I call mush. Will chew at otherside slowly

Not in mood to start gardening now, just doing to do an an inspection of GH.

MrsGarden, I've counted all my spare bricks

Think I've already said hello, but if not, Hi to crazy & noodle  



Posted: 09/04/2014 at 09:36

Tea for me please Dove. Not good news about car expense

No sun here as yet, cool wind.

Today is SM day, wish it was yesterday again, had a lovely time at Botanical Gardens with MrsGarden, some dodgy plant pronunciation from us both, and a desire to dig some plants up and bring them home. We did consider sneaking into "private" area where new plants were kept but thought better of it. Had cake instead. Had a nosey in MrsG's lovely garden, she has put loads of work into it and has lots of ideas and plans, plenty of seeds on the go   I just hope those arches are delivered on 18th.

Better go and finish the shopping list. BFN.

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