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My neighbours must think I'm nuts!

Posted: Yesterday at 22:38

LOU 

Reshaping a plum/mirabelle

Posted: Yesterday at 22:30

IT MUST HAVE BEEN GRAFTED ONTO THE WRONG ROOTSTOCK FOR IT TO HAVE GROWN SO BIG. NO AMOUNT OF PRUNING IS GOING TO MAKE YOUR JOLLY GREEN GIANT TURN INTO A BONSAI. ALL THAT WILL HAPPEN IS THAT THE TREE WILL TRY TO REPLACE WHAT IT HAS LOST AND IT WILL GROW THESE DAFT, USELESS SHOOTS CALLED WATER SHOOTS. IT WILL LOOK UGLY AND YOU WILL THEN WANT RID OF IT.


gallery of shame

Posted: Yesterday at 21:24

JUST FOUND THIS THREAD AND IT HAS GIVEN ME A GOOD GIGGLE.


WOULD ANYBODY LIKE TO TRY THIS?


"The notion of having snail slime all over your face isn’t terribly appealing, so it just goes to show what a hint of celebrity interest can do for an unconventional beauty treatment.


Sales of a new face cream containing the slime have almost tripled in the UK in just two months. 


Earlier this year, friends of 34-year-old Katie Holmes, ex-wife of Tom Cruise, said she used just such a product.


Health food chain Holland and Barrett began stocking a version of the cream in 50 stores in June and then in all 700 of its branches a month ago. In that time sales have risen 189 per cent.


Snail Gel, which costs £19.99 for a 50ml pot, contains mucus secreted by the snails which is said to regenerate and repair the skin.


Its arrival follows that of snail slime facials. They involve having specially farmed creatures slither up and down your face and were launched at a beauty salon in Britain last month.


The £50 treatment was added to the menu at Simply Divine salon in Corby, Northamptonshire, having been pioneered in Japan.


Owner Diane Gower claims clients have been overwhelmed by the results. By using the cream, women can see if the slime works for them without going to a salon."




FROM THE DAILY MAIL.

Trampolines

Posted: Yesterday at 19:58

ONES WITH A BIG LID THAT FLAPS DOWN OVER THE TOP?

scented

Posted: Yesterday at 19:52

RIGHT AT THIS VERY MINUTE?


THIS


I think i may have a major problem: rust?

Posted: Yesterday at 17:47

IS ALL THE DAMAGE AT SOIL LEVEL?


IF SO, I'D CONSIDER CAT PIDDLE.

Forum design update

Posted: Yesterday at 13:42

Doc leaves

Posted: Yesterday at 13:09

I THOUGHT IT WAS A REFERENCE TO PUNKDOC'S ABSENCE.


ANYBODY HEARD FROM HIM LATELY?

Advice needed for Pointing a garden patio

Posted: Yesterday at 09:06

1.READ THIS WEBSITE PAGE.


http://www.pavingexpert.com/layflag1.htm


2.SEND IT TO FRIEND OF FRIEND AND AT THE SAME TIME


3.ASK FOR YOUR MONEY BACK OR


4.TELL HIM TO FIX IT.


 

Wasps

Posted: Yesterday at 07:27

HERE IS AN INTERESTING WEBSITE WHICH DESCRIBES SOME COMMON BRITISH WASPS AND THEIR LIVING ARRANGEMENTS.


http://www.gardensafari.net/english/real_wasps.htm


WE HAVE THREE NESTS, TWO INSIDE SHEDS AND ONE BUNGING UP A NEW BIRD BOX WHICH WE PUT UP THIS SPRING. 


WASPS ARE WONDERFUL CREATURES. THEY DO A GREAT, NON-POLLUTING JOB IN THE GARDEN EATING THINGS THAT YOU MIGHT OTHERWISE BE INCLINED TO KILL WITH A NASTY SPRAY.


I GOT STUNG THE OTHER DAY BUT IT WAS MY OWN FAULT. I GRASPED A WASP AS I PICKED UP A HOE WHICH WAS LYING IN THE GROUND. PAINFUL AND ITCHY FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS BUT, FOR ME AT LEAST, NOT TOO BAD.


I'D MUCH RATHER HAVE THE WASPS THAN NOT HAVE THE WASPS.

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WHAT HAPPENED TO THE EDIT FACILITY PART TWO

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OH, THEY'VE GONE.

AT LAST. 
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SAD NEWS

THE BRAMLEY IS DYING. LONG LIVE THE BRAMLEY 
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INTERESTING FACT

removed threads still exist in my posts 
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NOT ARRIVING? 
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POT PLANTS

DON'T ALL RUSH AT ONCE 
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THE INSPIRATION FOR PLANTS' NAMES - EVER WONDERED?

ERYNGIUM GIGANTEUM "MISS WILLMOTT'S GHOST" 
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OUT OF THE STRONG COMES FORTH SWEETNESS

or, the biter bit 
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ANYBODY WANT TO KNOW ABOUT BONE MARROW CANCER?

If not look away now 
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ENDODORMANCY (APPARENT) IN APPLE TREE

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY EXPERIENCE OF THIS? 
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Last Post: 28/05/2016 at 09:32

No complaints, we're British

 
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Tesco

Every little helps? Yes, right.... 
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Indoor peach problem

whazzup doc? 
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Going to have a rainy day today?

Like to take up a new, indoor hobby? 
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Anybody else got a funny looking forum or is it just me?

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