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Pictures of your best looking veg..

Posted: 27/08/2012 at 20:23

Lovely carrot and beans

My aubergines have done well this year

http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m551/lilylouise1/aubergines039.jpg

 The Hurst  Green Shaft Peas were also very good

http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m551/lilylouise1/garden060.jpg

 Pam LL x

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Posted: 27/08/2012 at 07:33

Good Morning Everyone

Pam LL x

Cobaea

Posted: 27/08/2012 at 07:31

I have a flower bud

http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m551/lilylouise1/sunflowers007.jpg

 Pam LL x

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Posted: 26/08/2012 at 12:59

Good Afternoon  Just waiting for Son and DIL to arrive for lunch

 

Pam LL X

Flowers for July?

Posted: 26/08/2012 at 12:57

The Ageratum ,Blue Salvias Victoria, Cosmos,Marguerites and Rudbeckias Prairie Sun are all looking good in my garden at the moment

Pam LL x

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Posted: 25/08/2012 at 18:54

I grow Illumination begonias and they do make very small corms  I try to keep them over winter and usually manage a reasonable proportion to grow on the next year- it is worth a go

Jean - I hate wasps ,too  I have been stung quite a few times  I love Bees though 

Pam LL x

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Posted: 25/08/2012 at 15:48

We are in the middle of a storm - I can only count to 3 after the lightening before the thunder  and it is absolutely tipping it down !

Pam LLx

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Posted: 25/08/2012 at 15:45

Plum crumble with custard it is then

Jean This is what I do with my begonias - the ones in pots have their foliage cut down to about 6" then they are put on their sides in their pots in the greenhouse and when the foliage dies and falls off I clean the tubers up and store them in kitchen paper in a box keeping them somewhere cool and dry.You could leave the tubers in the baskets -after cutting the foliage back a bit -and put them somewhere to dry off before storing This seems to work for me but others may have different ideas  I am probably being very thick - no change there then - but what are the horrible little stripey things,please?

Pam LLx

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Posted: 25/08/2012 at 15:07

I think it is going to pour with rain soon - I can hear thunder! I did the ironing

Just going to make a veggie moussaka with our own aubergines,peppers,tomatoes,onion and courgettes - yum!!! Have plums - what shall I make for pudding?

Pam LLx

How can I post a seedling?

Posted: 25/08/2012 at 14:51

Becks - Wrap a piece of damp kitchen paper around the roots and put the root ends in a freezer bag and secure with a rubber band. I have posted bigger things in a pringles tube - if it fits in a smarties tube you could put it in that then inside a padded envelope maybe  I save the plastic trays that plants arrive in from the seed companies- they can be useful,too

Pam LL X

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