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Pottie Pam

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Posted: 03/06/2014 at 08:18

Good morning all,

Hope everyone is well.

Gone back to bed with a coffee and having a catch up on here.

I'm going to my nephew's wedding in Surrey at the weekend. It's quite a posh affair and the reception is being held at The Surrey Polo Club. It will be nice to dress up for a change but I hope I don't fall off my high heels. I'm not used to wearing them now. I used to live in them at one time. I'll feel like the 'Country Mouse' going up to the big city.



Posted: 01/06/2014 at 16:42

There was a rumour at one time that Verdun was Monty Don as when he talked about something it was always mentioned on GW the following week but I never suspected he was 'the dike of Gloucester'.


Posted: 01/06/2014 at 16:39

Yes Cornwall were the better team. Lancashire did score more points but Cornwall still won.


Posted: 01/06/2014 at 11:05

Good morning everyone,

Cornwall is empty today as everyone has gone to Twickenham to watch Cornwall beat Lancashire in the rugby county finals.

Verdun you could have been introduced to the Duke of Gloucester at the foodbank but your mum is the main priority. (when can I divide my giant oat plants, please? they've been in ten years and are masive now)

Slugs.. sod the organic approach I just want them dead!

Posted: 28/05/2014 at 11:51

Apart from eating our plants some slugs and snails carry lungworm which can infect dogs if they eat them. A dog near me died a few years ago before he was diagnosed.


Posted: 28/05/2014 at 11:35

I agree with Dove. I've fed the birds all winter and even now have fat balls (hope I don't get banned) in the feeders. The birds are thanking me now by eating all the nasties.

There's also a family of thrushes so not too many slugs and snails.

I never see many ladybirds. Perhaps there's not much left for them to feed on.

Tiny white insects in greenhouse

Posted: 24/05/2014 at 10:48

French marigolds planted in the greenhouse worked for me Lavender Lady. I think to be effective they have to be planted in the soil that the plants are growing in.

Photos of your ponds please

Posted: 23/05/2014 at 12:12

Probably really good for wildlife Peat B.

Unusual Foxglove?

Posted: 23/05/2014 at 12:10

I agree with Fleursa.

I googled it and apparently it rarely comes true from seed but can be reproduced from cuttings. I don't think that would work with foxgloves.

Lovely unusual thing.


Posted: 20/05/2014 at 10:42

Oh, sorry don't know what I did there!

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