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Oh stoopid mecouldn't see because of the hat-looks very festive-any cracker jokes to tell and what was in them?
Crikey Gary-life is complicated
Mrs M is from Renfrewshire?- which is probably not as mild a climate as Cornwall
Jo-this is a very small step into fulfilling the Spanish dream-at the moment am being a bit sneaky but trying to get a realistic valuation and what an outsider thinks-then see where we go from there
Becks is looking at her phone, Dad is on the phone,Jess just just checking all her fingers are still there and the lady of the house is contemplating washing up?-a snapshot of the modern family
Pudsey who won BGT has written his memoirs
and has a calendar out for 2013
fairy54 wrote (see)
Do I cut back fuschias and pot grown magnolias?
Hardy fuchsias are cut back next year down to the ground-around March/April
Magnolias seldom need pruning
Cut it back by about half-let it dry our but not dust dry-then just a dribble of water occasionally-all you are trying to do is let it have a rest over the winter and just keep it ticking over-you don't want it sitting in damp cold compost when it is not actively growing
fairy54-here you are
No -don't bother -buy the cheapest one you can find for your needs-ok the backing will deteriorate over time but then just buy another one-there was a similar discussion a few weeks back-will see if I can find it
Snapdragons-antirrhinums -are an annual once they have flowered that is it.
Osteospermum will not tolerate frost -usually treated as a one year plant -then discarded
Chysanthemum -will stay in the ground all year and flower around September or so-that can be cut right back after flowering
Don't know much about gerberas
Still at least you were warned Bjay-perhaps you will be invited round later for nibblesand to test the toilet facilitues-I am glad the pole saga is reaching its conclusion
I am sure Jo the roof will be fine
I have made a big decision that I may regret-have asked an estate agent to value the house-coming Tuesday
From an American site
Back to the drawing board I am afraid