nutcutlet


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I am with you Jaqualine

Posted: 06/11/2016 at 09:45

Does anyone else have a garden that's a garden all year or is it just me?

As snug as a bug in a rug

Posted: 05/11/2016 at 20:27

sorry, that was rude. I apologise


and I was referring to the white bags not the flowers

Last edited: 05 November 2016 20:29:17

Reliable weather implement.......

Posted: 05/11/2016 at 19:34

it came from Aldi a long time ago Obelixx. There are probably more modern versions now. It's OK though


Only 3C out there now

Reliable weather implement.......

Posted: 05/11/2016 at 18:47

I have a weather station, it's got a remote sensor in the GH (open and unheated). Right now it's 4C out there, (21C in here

As snug as a bug in a rug

Posted: 05/11/2016 at 18:04

Not exactly what I'd want to be looking at for the winter but if your chosen plants need that...

Reliable weather implement.......

Posted: 05/11/2016 at 17:59

Maybe I should go for a cone. we have Pinus sylvestris. I was surprised the seaweed went mouldy, I didn't expect that, crumble seemed more likely.

Reliable weather implement.......

Posted: 05/11/2016 at 12:13

My fault H-C, I should have renewed my seaweed earlier.


Not short of stones, maybe give that one a try 

Reliable weather implement.......

Posted: 05/11/2016 at 11:59

I had a bit of seaweed but it went mouldy

Ornamental Equisetum - a problem?

Posted: 04/11/2016 at 18:30

there are several equisetum species. I wouldn't trust any of them. I've seen one in boggy part of a garden near a pond, springing up everywhere. Another in a botanical garden, quite extensive. Neither of these were the dreaded mares/horsetail, subject of many forum discussions.

purple wheelbarrow - any good?

Posted: 03/11/2016 at 12:52

I have a green one which I think is poly something or other. It didn't come from Wyevale.  It has rust on the metal bits. I'm not optimistic about the long term life of the green bit either. It may do for occasional light work if stored under cover but that's not what happens to barrows is it?


The builders' barrow, 40 years old and OH's favourite, is far too heavy for me even before it gets loaded. This may be due to the multiple layers of cement plastered inside and the extra bits of metal welded on to fill in the holes.


I have 2 'other' barrows which are 'well drained' .


we are a four barrow household because OH NEVER throws anything out

Discussions started by nutcutlet

Calling Bensmith412

spam 
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I've been to Barnsdale today

 
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I think it's some sort of geranium

 
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fidget, look at this. Roscoea scillifolia

 
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a couple of oddities

 
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the perils of plant ID

 
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yet another clematis question

 
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feeding the birds

is it good? 
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ponds

for Guernsey Donkey 
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what dunnit?

 
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might be ricinus

 
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Paeony. Is this one worth keeping?

 
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roses from seed on behalf of marksman

 
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Lonicera ID

 
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First paeony of the year

 
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