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Posted: 06/11/2014 at 19:50
Hi Matty, hope things get better for you soon.
Panda, dont forget to share the winnings
Fidget, thanks, will keep an eye out for brugg advice.
Have a good eve all.


Posted: 06/11/2014 at 08:18
Good morning. Heavy frost one to blame but myself...should have used a torch at 11pm and gone in the garden over the last couple of weeks ( the only time I've had!, strangely I chose sleep instead).
Have a great day whatever you are all doing.


Posted: 05/11/2014 at 22:17
evening ... Can I be super lazy please? And say I've read from last page down and send appropriate comments to all? No? Thought not! Do e happy retirement anniversary. Runny horrid stuff for you. Verdun, missed the detail but got the just of it, pdoc, dont know about your anniversary but congrats. Fb a sheepish hello as i haven't looked after a fabulous plant you gave me. Babysitters and family visitors hope you've had good days. Ok ill stop now before i vet even more mixed up!!!

Had a busy work day, then sons swimming, then fish n chips as lazy, ended with a few fireworks...oH set 3 of 4 off upside down - finally realised why they were rubbish at last one! The other 20-30 or so were mostly good.

Night all. Hope pets are ok. X


Posted: 05/11/2014 at 22:05
Those last few posts have thrown a spanner in the works haven't they!
Gorgeous photos and encouraging comments.
Maybe...if I can find a sunny, well drained bit in my clay soil, which is also in easy winter view... just maybe....


Posted: 05/11/2014 at 08:15
Kef, the la enders are stoewotsit (French type) so will definitely have mega face on with me for being left out. Brugmansia has gone into the garage but not got around to doing any cuttings. So so lazy ( aka busy) this autumn!


Posted: 05/11/2014 at 07:26
Daintiness, thank you, I really want to be swayed by your comments! and look forward to your photo.
Bookertoo, obelixx and chicky thanks also it seems to have more votes against and from those comments its sadly / frustratingly unlikely that I will be swayed by daintiness's vote in favour....but I've not seen the next photo yet....
Head ruling heart decision needed I suppose.


Posted: 05/11/2014 at 07:20
Morning all.
Getting to work on time was MY first thought this morning Lesley! Besides more sleep!
Not looked outside yet but I bet mr blinkin frost has attacked those sure I must secretly want to replace can't be that difficult to get them in the GH!


Posted: 04/11/2014 at 15:21

Thanks nut and blairs, confirms my suspicions unfortunately.


Posted: 04/11/2014 at 14:57


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pronunciation please.

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just call me Genius!

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