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christmas parcel

Posted: 19/12/2013 at 15:30

I used Hermes, all  organised on line. weigh it yourself and print a label. Like the PO there are things they won't carry but it's all very clear on the website.

2Kg parcel, Peterborough to near Cardiff. £12plus at PO, £5.10p Hermes. For a bit more I could have had it collected from my home. you deliver it to a parcelshop. I think most of these are in local convenience stores. Mine was nearer than a PO.

I had mine sent to my granddaughter at home but I think they can deliver to the parcelshops as well to await collection. 

I was well impressed

Gardening Clubs

Posted: 19/12/2013 at 15:00

Some kind of rationing system with more for people who donate could be introduced if grabbing is a problem.

 

Gardening Clubs

Posted: 19/12/2013 at 14:48

A small cost helps. Have someone selling them rather than just leaving them on a table

do it at the end of the meeting when everyone is there  so a few members don't get into the habit of turning up early and grabbing everything

Can't think of anything else at the moment.

Pulmonaria obscura seeds

Posted: 19/12/2013 at 14:37

That is a lovely blue

What the heck - my purse isn't big enough - but one can dream

Posted: 18/12/2013 at 18:17

A garden that has matured from young plantings is more to my taste than the instant. Instant is there, like it or not. Waiting for maturity is exciting.

Under trees

Posted: 18/12/2013 at 16:40

I'm not sure if D. affinis is as tolerant of poor conditions as D. felix-mas. I'd choose Elvis if I were you Phil

Under trees

Posted: 18/12/2013 at 15:29

I wonder how much space we need to fill Verdun

Honesty goes well in dry shade as well. and Pulmonaria rubra for the first of the bumblebeees.

and some snowdrops.

Most will be happier under the beech than they would be under the yew

Under trees

Posted: 18/12/2013 at 14:25

You'll need some cyclamen as well

Under trees

Posted: 18/12/2013 at 14:19

http://apps.rhs.org.uk/plantselector%5Cplant?plantid=676

Maybe Dryopteris affinis, different species, same genus, lots of cultivars

Arbutus Unedo

Posted: 18/12/2013 at 08:00

Might have been too cold for the baby fruits through that never ending winter. They come from a warmer place than here. 

That's just a theory, I have no personal experience of these

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haircut? 
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