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Gardening by the Moon

Posted: 19/12/2014 at 16:20

I admire your dedication to this, but you have cut lettuce on the 18th, if you need a nice fresh lettuce for Chrismas day tea you're not allowed to.

Also I didnt think December was the time to cut early flowering clematis as they bloom on growth made this summer?.

I dont think this would be for me, imagine not doing anything in the garden because chart says so, then on the day you can go out, its pouring with rain.

Everything seems to be at different times where you live compared to the UK. If it suits you, stick with it, look forward to seeing you back in the Spring, and thank you for taking the time to post about it.



Posted: 19/12/2014 at 11:54

Absolutely Jason, every living thing has its own unique set of codes.


Happy Christmas

Posted: 19/12/2014 at 11:49

Ditto... Bob,

Happy Christmas to the GW team

Gardeners who love their feline friends

Posted: 19/12/2014 at 09:22

Ditzy and ruby are so sweet,  poor Pebbles, she wont like a move after 14 years, she will be so stresed.

My Thomas is big, he weighs 14 lbs. He has a saggy belly, usual seen in females, when I took him to the vet he said it was becsuse he had been neutured and his underpants were now too big,


Posted: 18/12/2014 at 23:03

They are lovely little decorated biscuits, well done son!

SGL, hope you are well, I owe you one, 

Phalaenopsis orchid as house plants

Posted: 18/12/2014 at 22:58

You cant edit now Keith, as soon as someone posts under you, you've had it. 

If you genuinly want to contribute to the forums you could contact the Moderator and ask for the last paragraph to be removed.

Gardeners who love their feline friends

Posted: 18/12/2014 at 19:35

When you see how much they love the indoor comforts, I always feel sorry for the ones people 'put out' at night.


Posted: 18/12/2014 at 19:26

Lovely patch Mark, my favs in there too, the aquilegia, those and pansies I really love.

It will be even better this coming year.


Posted: 18/12/2014 at 19:12

Joules are not wide enough for me, I bought a couple of pairs from GC 35.00 each, (not Joules) both lasted bit less than 3 months. I now have a pair of plain green ones from b&Q, they are soft wide plenty big enough to take a sheepskin inner soul and they have, so far,  lasted longer than the 2 pairs fron GC. They were 11.99. Mine always split accross the toes. 


Posted: 18/12/2014 at 15:30

Matty, many congratulations on the birth of the 2nd GC, any names yet? Six weeks early, I bet he was tiny, I hope all goes well for him.


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