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HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Today at 07:19

Good morning

Not a cloud in the sky (yet).  It looks lovely out there. Hope your clouds pass you by Dove

DD, shame about your cosmos.  Mine are still on the windowsill and it will be a wrench to let them go out into the big wide world

Looks as though your tablet is still working Winter - won't say a word

Funnily enough two bedrooms here could do with decorating KEF so with DD and Panda being experts now we should be OK

It's my birthday

Posted: Yesterday at 20:52

Ooh, you're not letting on how many bumps you're getting Fruitcake.  Hope you have had a great day

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 19:36

Panda.  Reminds me of late m.i.l. who, on seeing the streaky mess of her newly painted door said "what, another coat, the first one looks bad enough".  I'm sure yours will look great

Verdun - be careful when trying out your niece's sunbed.  We don't want to see a red and wrinkly Poldark

It's my birthday

Posted: Yesterday at 19:06

Have a very Happy Birthday Fruitcake

Worries & troubles that affect Forum friends.

Posted: Yesterday at 19:00

LucyL, very pleased that your situation is sorted for now,  This is a great thread for anyone who needs to know they're not alone.

Providing water for bees and insects

Posted: Yesterday at 18:44

Thanks for the tip.  I will sort out a bee friendly drinking hole asap

Favourite biscuit?

Posted: Yesterday at 12:47

Here you go Topbird

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/71009.jpg?width=169&height=315&mode=max

 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 11:58

Looking good John.

Welcome Hours go by.  I've always used toilet roll tubes for sweet peas but only in plastic bag lined beer boxes (well the men in the house leave so many lying around).  It's great to be able to plant the whole thing out without root disturbance but always either bury the rim of cardboard or tear it off.  It acts like a wick taking moisture away from the plant.

Congratulations Yvie.  Must go and look up your petunia

Favourite biscuit?

Posted: Yesterday at 11:47

Trying to avoid this thread.  Mint Yoyos were the best - they got smaller as well. On second thoughts, maybe I got bigger

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 07:59

Fidget that's a hoopoe, gorgeous isn't it.  Only ever seen one in the bird book

Just back from a very muddy walk with just one dog - good luck Bekkie

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