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Posted: Yesterday at 16:28

Glad your back safe Hosta.

jo, would you have taken your library book back in the middle of the night if it was overdue?

no point in worrying over things in the night. I used to keep a pad and pen by the bed, when I thought of something I would jot it down, you can then sleep knowing its on the list for the morning.

dove I don't think you should advis punk doc to use that gadget on the MIL

Seed and plant swap 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 16:22

No probs Jo will post tomorrow.

gran, what are the seeds in the rose flowery card please?

My Bristol Garden in 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 16:16

And you deserve them Marion, nothing wrong with treating yourself.

symbols for emotions

Posted: Yesterday at 16:14

Then again, some people don't get a toolbar, so then you have to use colon, semi colon and the bracket.

there are hundreds on the iPad, none of them work on this site, just come out as a row of question marks.

My Bristol Garden in 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 11:04

Oh gosh! Lovely here, but it has rained almost none stop since last Wednesday!

Seed and plant swap 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 11:02

Gran, I will post your plants Tuesday just in case they get caught up in the sack over bank holiday x

Seed and plant swap 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 11:00

Also, cabbage Durham early and turnip white globe.

Seed and plant swap 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 10:58

I have enough white aconitum seeds to bump of a small continent if anyone wants them.

Not that I can get them going, I am going to give lots to Hostafan in the hopes he can, then I can have them back as plants, he's such a dear llike that.

also, Borage, cerinthe, white aquilegia, dark blue aquilegia , 

In new unopened packets...dianthus superbugs mixed.

Blue cornflower

Zinnia purple prince

Poppy nudicaule mixed

Small cosmos orange and yellow, had some out.

Yellow mesembryanthemum dated 2015but will still germinate.


Vermiculite or Perlite

Posted: Yesterday at 10:47
pansyface wrote (see)

A ton of feathers weighs the same as a ton of lead.

A ton of perlite would keep you going for a day or two.

My Bristol Garden in 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 10:45

Lovely pics Marion, I chopped my shastas  down and they are coming again, hopefully should flower later.

Nice to see the chrysanthemum starting to open, hope it doesn't go soggy in the rain.

I love the cleome, one year mine got  completely eaten by caterpillars. the saved seeds are much better than a new packet I find. 

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