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Posted: 04/11/2012 at 09:45

Those Tulips are gorgeous

I write once a month in the Readers Gardens section

Pam LL x

My cuttings!

Posted: 04/11/2012 at 06:45

Thanks Ladygardener

Kate I did keep the Perlite moist and I know the cuttings will have to be potted on soon to keep them growing well - not a lot of goodness in Perlite !

Pam LL x

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Posted: 04/11/2012 at 06:32

Good Morning Everyone

Had a quick read through the messages but still can't keep up

I hope your new job goes well Kate

Scrummy Tarte Tatin

Good fence Dean

Have an easy day today Glyn

Glad you had a lovely evening with your family Jean

Jo - there is always so much going on in your house

Geoff - those pics

I had a phone call from Lily (7) and Tolly(5) at about 5pm last night - would we like to go and watch their fireworks - we only live just up the road so had an enjoyable hour with them  Lily gets quite tired due to her cerabral palsy as she uses a lot more energy just walking etc. and she had been promised a trip to the firework display in the village which wasn't due to start until about 7pm.She was very tired so Son and DIL decided it would be better to have a few in the garden so Lily could go to bed  at her normal time

Today I have my article to write for Garden News then I think it will be more knitting

Have a lovely day Everyone

Pam LL x

What's for tea?

Posted: 04/11/2012 at 06:16

Sorry to hear of your cooker trouble Frank

In the past few years I have bought a cooker,freezer and fridge online with very good service from the companies I chose  The spaces I have for my fridge and my freezer are awkward sizes and I just couldn't face trailing round the shops

Pork chop,roasties,broccoli and roasted root veggies today with more date and apple cake and custard for pud  I will be using a homegrown sweet potato in with the veggies

Pam LL x

What's for tea?

Posted: 03/11/2012 at 15:24

I might pinch that recipe Geoff

We are having jacket potatoes,egg mayo and salad (lettuce,tomatoes,cue,avocado and beetroot) followed by homemade date and apple cake with custard

Pam LL x

the impossible i think

Posted: 03/11/2012 at 11:16

Hello Alan  - what about tradescantias -if they get straggly it is quite easy to just fill another pot with some cuttings

Another plant would be Ficus pumila

Pam LL x

identify please

Posted: 02/11/2012 at 15:02

Hello Alan - I found this  Scroll down to 8th line of plants

Not massangeana but I still think it is a Dracaena

Pam LL x


identify please

Posted: 02/11/2012 at 12:23

My first thought is that your plant is a Dracaena massangeana-- but I may be wrong

Pam LL x

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