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I don't know where all your good weather is coming from, it's raining here. Hopefully improve later.as I am feeling I could manage a little pottering.
Have a good day everyone.
Well I am up earlier than yesterday, although not sure why I bothered, as wet and windy here.
Good luck Wintersong, get well soon other poorly folk, and I have organised you weather fidget.
Not up to gardening, so thought I would take a few pictures.
Morning folks [ just! ]
You girls do not know how much us men suffer. I have been in bed for most of the last 3 days, and having got up today, I don't think it will be for long.
It is desperate missing all this gardening time, but I shall suffer quietly.
I'm with Dove, they have huge tap roots, and are difficult to move.
As they die after flowering it shouldn't be a problem.
Parkers sell the bulbs, and unlike for plants their bulbs are good. They are usually available from late summer.
I am puzzled about people not liking the SA section.
More plant species come from SA, than any other country in the world.
Many of us grow some of these plants at home, and the best way of finding out the best way to grow a plant in your garden, is to see it growing in the wild.
There is no such thing as dead soil.
Unfortunately your method will not solve the problem that the roots go down many metres and cannot be eliminated
Definite case of man flu here, but dragged myself out of bed, moaning loudly, and did the SM.
Raining heavily here, so I will take the papers and go back to bed.
It looks like my Veronica spicata Blue Spires.