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What's your day been like?

Posted: 16/01/2014 at 16:52

I was out to play this morning. More mountains to  shred. But very wet this afternoon so wet Portugal laurel to shred tomorrow. Lovely

I really enjoy this forum

Posted: 16/01/2014 at 16:14
ginagibbs wrote (see)

I have just had a scary vision of lots of gardeners bent over jiggling their rumps!!! aka twerking!!

 

 

That is scary gina. enough to put you off your tea

Covering an Unsightly Fence

Posted: 16/01/2014 at 09:35

Hi Mumsy, welcome

A hedge could be just as boring. I'd break it up with different shrubs in front of it, some evergreen, some deciduous and some pretties in front. Then you wouldn't notice the fence so much. You could stain some of the panels to make it look more interesting, 

Great British Garden Revival

Posted: 15/01/2014 at 18:44

That would be wonderful.. Totally out of place in my garden and with my house.

Just a dream

Fox gloves

Posted: 15/01/2014 at 18:32

They're hybrids, crossed with something tender so not very hardy RD. They won't revert. If they live long enough you might be able to split them. You'll have to buy plugs or plants, there's no seed.

I think Verdun, in his tropical paradise, may have got some through a winter.

Lots have died round here.

Great British Garden Revival

Posted: 15/01/2014 at 18:21

I'd love to have an old brick wall as a backdrop

Can anyone identify these worms?

Posted: 15/01/2014 at 18:14

I think all intestinal parasites are species-specific.

I think the confusion is in the use of common names.

I have heard strongyloides referred to as thread worms.  

Our threadworms are common and  harmless infestations of (mostly) children.

Are There Any Admin on This Site?

Posted: 15/01/2014 at 16:54

Plenty of us still about Lisa and the seed swap has been very active

Can anyone identify these worms?

Posted: 15/01/2014 at 16:43

Dave, thread worms don't live in soil. The adult worm stage is in our gut, they come down and lay eggs  at our backsides. These eggs are relayed back to our mouth on unwashed hands, via food or directly, and hatch again in the gut.

 

 

 

Where are my snowdrops?

Posted: 15/01/2014 at 11:47

No date set yet Jess but snowdrop friend thinks they'll peak around the second week in Feb. 

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