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Posted: 23/10/2012 at 09:59

Jean never-you are part of the clique

Here is a novel- and better way- to watch SCD


The mystery of the disappearing hedgehogs

Posted: 23/10/2012 at 09:51

I would never argue what someone with the name "hoglady" writes but am interested in a couple of points

First the slug one-we are encouraged not to use slug pellets as hedgehogs are supposed to eat the poisoned slugs- despite quite a bit of evidence to the contrary-now you tell us that eating slugs will harm the hedgehog anyway-but that too seems to fly in the face of what everybody tells me-so perhaps you can explain a bit more?-I have to say this is news to me

How do they cope without us feeding them and is us feeding them such a great idea anyway-surely it all about fending for themselves?

Secondly-is it really wise to catch hedgehogs all sounds a bit traumatic for what is basically a wild animal and a young one at that-should we be interfering to that extent in nature?

As I say I am not disputing -just would like a bit more information

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Posted: 23/10/2012 at 09:42

Becks -have added my voice -thanks for that

The Indian Summer has gone elsewhere-or stayed in India -it was always an optimistic thought-now we are all going to die from cold

Glyn-I got up- and got back down again 30 minutes later-this is the life

Jean is back-and back into Carry On mode

what flower iare these?

Posted: 23/10/2012 at 07:11
John mcleod wrote (see)
These are beautiful! And I am usually not a fan of dahlias. Does anyone know if bees like these as I am trying to attract bees into my garden.

Not really -well not the cactus type ones you see in the picture-they will be interested in the single or semi-double- flower ones like "bishop of landaff" and "bishops chidren"~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ tubers are avaiable from seed


white fungus in sleepers

Posted: 23/10/2012 at 06:50

There is not much you can do-they will disappear on their own accord -it is common too see many fungi/toadstools this time of year.

If the sleepers are sound-I wouldn't fret too much

Fork Handles

Posted: 22/10/2012 at 21:40

Seems ok for me-but then I am an angel

Keep yawning- all this talk of sleep-going to bed

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Posted: 22/10/2012 at 20:12

Oh Becks-poor you- get some Ibuleve gel-works for me

What has your weather been like today Caz?

You have long days Glyn

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Posted: 22/10/2012 at 18:21

I don't know- but Haloween is not till next Wednesday-seems a bit early?

I expect the kids at the end of the road will have plans- but we do get advance notice

What's for tea?

Posted: 22/10/2012 at 17:41

Grilled chicken/macaroni cheese/tomatoes.

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