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Fork Handles

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 18:51

Dean those beds look amazing. Could do with you here to build my new bed,, only planned.

we are having a Hairy Biker recipe tinight - Singapore noodles, delish and 'compost' for afters

What's so good about fruit trees?

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 18:25

Good idea jimpike. 

I started witha Victoria plum, does all that above says and has nice blossom and autumn colour as well

Advice On Building A Gardening Robot

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 18:23

Digging  seed planting, plant/seedling planting possibly. Watering can already be done automatically with seeper hoses and taps with timers.

Go to Amazon and type in Garden Watering Systems - you may be surprised how much is already on market.

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 18:16

No its not down to funding so much as die hards who don't want to spoil the 'look' of the victorian town, I guess they don't have foxes, older people etc who struggle with all this. Feel very strongly about it

Enough, think I'll have aChristmas avatar any way

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 18:05

Yep we PAY for brown bin empitied every 2 weeks. Came from a place where just bins - hate these plastic bags, foxes and cats rip them, wind blows them about. There was a move to introduce re-cycling bins, chairman of council walked out - big thing. No re-cycling bin though.

Glass has to be taken to banks.

Then complaints about traffic queus at tip - mostly peope emptying garden rubbish as they haven't the brown bins

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 17:54

UNBEELIEVABLE!!!!!!

outside christmas decorations gone up down the road, tasteful but.......

Hi Bev

you'll soon work out who everyone is, I soon did, just became confusing when we all changed names for Hallowe'en

Are we having Christmas names? -but not till later on in month

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 17:44

We don't have bins to be emptied here, Still in the land of plastic bags: pink for recycling,(very limited) black for eveerything else.- only one bag a week! WE pay to have a brown wheelie bin for garden rubbish, it all really bugs us.

So pleased some one has managed to cheer Geoff up

Foots improving thanks - just have to remember not to put weight on it apart from walkng, realised when planting a pot with rhubarb in that digging means too much pressure on foot

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 16:25

There's something about David Attenborogh(Sure i've spelt name wrong) OH despairs of my spelling!

 

What's so good about fruit trees?

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 16:21

Decide your fruit tree, then come back to this thead of the forum and i am sure you will have loads of help.

Fork Handles

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 16:13

Hope Jess gets well soon.

Men have just been out and repaired green where bonfire was. Repalced  turves and seeded around the edge. I provided some DAffs to plant under turves. One complained that he would have no where to play football, with daffs  there pointed out that there was plenty more green, then went in, could have said more!

Discussions started by Matty2

Thinking of growing a Cob Nut tree

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Grasses

Which ones to chop? 
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White fly in compost

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Apple blossom

Apple tree in blossom now! 
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compost use

Can I re-use my potsto compost 
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Autumn raspberries

moving them 
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Lasagne bulb planting

Which bulbs 
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Penstemon- but which variety

Beautiful flower but .... 
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What is this?

I understand it is a fried egg plant but what precisely is it? 
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Plant ID please

Hope some one can help! 
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Jewell garden - suggestions

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Jewell garden - suggestions

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Dierama

What to do to encourage growth 
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David Austin Roses

Special offer 
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Antirrhinum

Lots of seedlings 
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