lazy gardener


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Wild Boar

Posted: 15/09/2012 at 17:44

You must be raking it in with the stand-up shows

Wild Boar

Posted: 15/09/2012 at 17:25

Now that is just a silly response -perhaps the poster really has a problem and you want to make jokes?

Don't give up the day-job

Wild Boar

Posted: 15/09/2012 at 16:52

If this is a serious question then I find the last answer rather flippant

Hurrah! New Gardening Prog.

Posted: 23/08/2012 at 14:12
Infinite Playgrounds wrote (see)

Our playground was featured on last night's The Flowerpot Gang.  We designed, built and installed a natural climbing frame from a felled tree and free standing flowered sun parsols.  I hope you enjoyed it and if you would like to see more of our projects please go to our website at www.infiniteplaygrounds.co.uk


And here you are again- for the second time today- advertising you products

The Flowerpot Gang-BBC1

Posted: 23/08/2012 at 14:11
Infinite Playgrounds wrote (see)

Our playground was featured on The Flowerpot Gang last night.  We designed, built and installed a natural climbing frame from a felled tree and a flowered parasol garden.  We had a really good reaction from children, young carers, families, staff and the community.  If you are interested in photos and past projects please see our website www.infiniteplaygrounds.co.uk


Really -so you thought you would use this site to blow your own trumpet and as a free advertising tool-I find such action unacceptable

Beware of gardainbargains.com

Posted: 20/08/2012 at 21:05

Have they said they wont give you the money back then?

Beware of gardainbargains.com

Posted: 20/08/2012 at 19:24

Are these the ones on the shopping channel?

window boxes are a wash out this year

Posted: 11/08/2012 at 15:11

So I am not allowed an opinion then?-I didn't notice the happily moaning bit- just the moaning bit.

 

window boxes are a wash out this year

Posted: 11/08/2012 at 14:45

Reading through this makes we wonder why some people bother-don't think I have read a more depressing thread-things can't be that bad surely?

We can't do anything about the weather-but we live in England-what do you expect-I have seen some lovely garden pictures on this forum-so not everybody is in the same boat.

Fruit and veg ripeness

Posted: 08/08/2012 at 06:59
Welshonion wrote (see)

Lazy gardener, if you believe that you'll believe anything!  I only speak from experience.  I choose to buy fruit and vegetables from shops that care about what they sell.  That sell decent English apples in many varieties, plums, ripe peaches, local potatoes, local soft fruit and vegetables.


And I speak from experience as well but am not so rude as you-please don't preach to me- I am not a child!!!

I work in a supermarket-I know what goes on-they are not out to cheat customers!!

Good day to you.

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Kitchen Spam

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Isn't a thankyou in order?

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