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Posted: 12/04/2014 at 19:21

Panda you are also getting a bit posh for this forum. Love your stands.

Fidget I have PM'd you

Pdoc it isn't drinking that causes hangovers it when you stop


Posted: 12/04/2014 at 16:51

Panda be ashamed.

You spent plant dosh on a jumper !! even worse Summer is coming.  Suppose will let you off you can't go to work looking like I look in the garden..would anyone  Jeans tucked in socks and one of OH's fleeces, not a good look. LOL.


Posted: 12/04/2014 at 16:45

Bill saved you for last

They are seriously lovely cattleyas.

I don't "see" you as becoming frail, the journeys you've done in snow to hospital etc.  Maybe Mrs.Bill is feeling very vulnerable and elderly after your tragic loss. She might feel different when you get some good weather, I hope so. Can't imagine you moving where you have no garden.

I'm going to be blunt here, excuse is I'm a Yorkshire lass  It's got to be joint decision, if you have no garden and activity outdoors won't that have a bigger impact on you both?  Gardener's moan about aches & pains but we feel so good after achieving something outside.

If you do move can't you take your lilies with you?


Posted: 12/04/2014 at 16:34

Fairy I thought gardengirl was bionic, you now have the title.

Talking of Gg I've not seen her since she hit herself with the hammer wrecking pallets. Hope she's okay


Posted: 12/04/2014 at 16:31

Wow you've all been having fun except Dove and me.

Dove you harbour wildlife and do your best and what happens?  Hope it eases soon, I'd need more than a cuppa.

OL glad son home ok and has missed you

Chicky great to cross stuff off your wanted list  Impulse buying and having input into plants  I don't take my undergardener in case he gets ideas. Said in a Nora Batty voice.

Now Mrs Posh..wot you like Stacey ? Showing us up when we have our old furniture stashed in the shed Sounds & looks like you've got some great things, I am not envious at all

Nothing wrong here, just been kneeling down & weeding for ages and planning what to put where from the stuff I need to plant. At least I wasn't attacked by a Q wasp

Lily of the Valley

Posted: 12/04/2014 at 16:10

I've got a lot in a dry bed with ferns, gets some sun but not much, soil isn't brill. I planted a root a few years 6 ? and no show then last year it performed. It isn't in a bed where it can really spread anywhere else unless it can strangle conifers  

I think it's like mint, it either grows like billio or won't grow.

Only reason I wanted it was because my Grandma was named Lily.  


Posted: 12/04/2014 at 11:40

Do I get a gift as well MrsGarden? Guess not  Your role is to prevent me buying things that I don't have room for or I have proven I can't keep, such as:

Tree fern, Pawlonia, hardy banana, Meconopsis ...well maybe a Meconopsis will come home  

Cloudy and quite chilly here, but I must go out and weed, I ate a big bacon sarnie based on some activity happening.

OL don't kiss your son in front of his mates.

Fairy the jokes are getting like Verdun's.


Posted: 12/04/2014 at 09:51
fidgetbones wrote (see)

Kef, was it the 6ft 5in version of Reacher ,or the Mini Tom Cruise version?

Not much room in those hammocks.

Nah not the mini version, the real one  Did I mention a hammock

Hi Noodle, good name for this thread



Bit of Fun,/Brain-tease

Posted: 12/04/2014 at 09:43

In my time I have grown some weird shaped veggies, could be classed as X rated ... LOL. 

Bit of Fun,/Brain-tease

Posted: 12/04/2014 at 09:28

BB2 Watercress lol.

I think we are just coming up with names, doesn't have to be growable here.

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