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Latest posts by Salino

easter

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 16:59

lol....Philippa...I have trouble remembering what day it is at the best of times... I'll probably make pancakes this week...

easter

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 16:46

...ate my egg on Friday....got it from Aldi's... can't say I liked it much, so won't be getting one from there again...

easter

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 16:00

..then I have sinned Scott, big time... throw me to the wolves...lol....

 

mystery plant

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 14:20

..nice to see you about again blackest... don't know what that is... someone else might.... so...

ttt...

easter

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 14:17

..and a Happy Easter to you too.... I've just made some delicious Hot X Buns.... bet you'd like one....

 

....sorry... all gone ..

What to plant in the greenhouse?

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 14:13

..I sometimes grow winter salads in grow bags.. you can get winter varieties to sow from seed directly into the bags... they even survive periodic freezing and start growing again when it thaws....T and M's 'Niche Oriental Mix' is one...Sutton's 'Leaf Salad Winter Mix'..another...

Transport needed for flooded gardens

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 11:50

..may I just say what a marvellous job you people are doing here, even though I am not a part of it,... you deserve at least some more general recognition of your combined efforts.... not least artjak for starting it off....where there's a will, there's a way, and greatly epitomised here I think....

...very best wishes to all those involved...

FIRST SWALLOW

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 11:39

..must have been blown in by the almighty thunderstorm we had in Fenland this morning at 7 am... nearly blew my house away, which wouldn't be difficult to achieve... the rain was welcome... got the hose out yesterday....such a waste...

...I should add, how lucky to see a swallow... I shall keep a look out...

Suggestions re a suitable creeping plant

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 11:37

Hello Mr Brown,   I'm sorry to hear you are not in the best of health, I think a number of us here are also getting on a bit, so to speak... however, as I understand it, this Clematis variety wouldn't be amongst the most hardiest, which is why I put forward a little warning... we also don't know which part of the country you live, if salubrious Salcombe or similar, then no need to worry but if in the sight of Ben Nevis, then you might...

...I liked it's foliage as I recall and this clone has good colouring in the flowers so I hope you like it too... and that it will be successful for you.... it's a pity you cannot plant in the ground.... I'm not sure how long they will be happy in containers of that size... but, very best wishes...

Suggestions re a suitable creeping plant

Posted: 19/04/2014 at 19:25

..I grew a Clematis Cirrhosa 'balearica' when in Cornwall... it flowers during the winter... I think they need a sheltered spot and might not be successful in containers which are likely to get frozen... but if it's what you want then go for it I would say... gardening is all about experimenting I think...

Discussions started by Salino

Larch Cottage sale

..some lovely plants.. 
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Dartford Crossing new system

..in case you're not aware... 
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Carolyn Mullet on Facebook

..if you love gardens... 
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Do you grow Aconitum's?

..I won't be after reading this... 
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weedy ID's please

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Heartbleed

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Windows 8.1 - a warning !

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Photo test thread only...

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Home Baking

please show us your culinary delights... 
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Sweet Pea thread

Sweet and Everlasting peas... 
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