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Posted: 19/02/2014 at 15:43

Dove not seen the SPAM. Pleased AP's are okay. Nice pics even if small, I love the sea, when it behaves.

Been lovely here and can boast 14C o/s with sun on thermometer, but rain due tomoz'.

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Posted: 19/02/2014 at 15:39

Clari, If I have a mega win on the lottery you can retire. You could supervise the installation of a pond in my garden.  If I won a lot I think I'd move to a bigger house & garden, and have someone to do the HW.

I.D Required

Posted: 19/02/2014 at 15:12
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Posted: 19/02/2014 at 15:07

Clari, that isn't fair. When I was working and during one of my employments like Pd I lived for holidays. Now I don't even know when Easter falls.   Soz just rubbing it in. Early retirement is ace, but as I told Pinkie the wages are rubbish

Pd you romantic, that is lovely. However if you change your mind and stay home I can lend you a gondola.   Hope stuff is continuing to dry out.

Stacey do we expect more varieties adding to your collection? How did you become a chilli monster?

Panda hope you are smiling, just love a smiley Panda.

Lizzie have a lovely evening.

Been to SM with Mum and once again amazed how much a tiny 7stone lady can buy & eat. No worries here about having to check she is eating.

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Posted: 19/02/2014 at 08:42

Good Morning all, lots of early birds this morning.

Stacey I clearly remember dreams even the colours of things, so that theory is out of the window  

 

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Posted: 18/02/2014 at 20:25

Pinkie, you big softy..but at least by then weather should be better to get in the garden.

Archie, what are they messing about at? Hope it's sorted soon.

Hi Chilli monster have you answered all your forum questions ? Never knew we had so many chilli lovers.

Right off to watch tele' and eat nothing nice See you all tomorrow.

Help with my Photinia Red Robin Tree

Posted: 18/02/2014 at 20:05

Sticking my neck out here ( I'm no expert) it's up to you Foxy.

I'd cut well back maybe to 4' leave a couple of newer stems taller.  Plant back in the ground but enrich planting hole. Heel it in well. and daft as it sounds water it in. It won't survive in a pot. Any dead leaves that keep dropping dispose of, not in compost.  I'll keep fingers crossed honestly doubt it will survive but stranger things have happened. Please let us know what does happen.

name that weed

Posted: 18/02/2014 at 19:47
nutcutlet wrote (see)

I have far too much of this one. I don't know if anything eats it, if they do they don't make much impression on it

 

That made me laugh Nut.

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Posted: 18/02/2014 at 19:42
pinkquartet wrote (see)

Hi there to those who've met me before.Still having problems fourth attempt.Am wondering if it is when another post is sent on the same thread.It seems to knock mine off.Would that be possible?Will send this then carry on.

Can't see how, but I'm not technical. If pink can post there isn't a major problem. Any clever people here to help ???

 

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Posted: 18/02/2014 at 19:38
Verdun wrote (see)

Our roads are now in a terrible state....because of the intense volume of rain......potholes, surface breaking, ridges forming, ground subsiding  etc etc .  Never known the roads so bad

Verdun not making light of your roads but due to mess our council is in our roads are like that all the time. A "truck" came down the road yesterday and dumped tarmac in recently appeared potholes and waited for cars to bed it in!

 

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