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Fork Handles

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 12:01

A good singe Flo?-you are getting to close to the fire

Would that be liquorice allsorts

Fork Handles

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 11:32

Flo-you know how to wound

Lottie-what note can you hold?

Have been reading- there's a new breed of woman out there called SWOFTIES-single women over 50s who dress to thrill

-I'm scared

green manure and crop rotation from strawberries to tomatoes

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 11:16
Glenys Tuersley wrote (see)

My red plum (Victoria, may be) has plenty of fruit but each plum is covered in a brown scab.  This seems only skin deep.  What is causing it? Is the fruit edible without peeling? Should I take some action to prevent it reoccurring?

Glenys-you would do better to start a new discussion to get your question answered as this will get lost on this one.

Hardy Annuals

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 11:03
gerry andrews wrote (see)

can anny hardy annuals seeds be sowing in autumn


Yes-that is what the discussion is about.

Fork Handles

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 10:46

Can I do the dance in the back ground like the Four Tops do?

- can also hold a top-note-say£50

 

New site - bugs

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 10:20

Thanks for the update-

now "followed threads"-seems spasmodic can't get past page 2-the oops page comes up

Fork Handles

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 10:15

Flo-Ironman is at your disposal and of course there is a suitable "one for the dads"

http://i1143.photobucket.com/albums/n627/thedogcody/thatcher__span_zps1a392c03.jpg

 

Fork Handles

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 09:57

A solution too all ironing problems-reasonable rates charged

http://i1143.photobucket.com/albums/n627/thedogcody/IronMan_9_wallpaper_zps4ce66a08.jpg

 

Fork Handles

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 09:36

I have half a tube of ibuleve gel in the medicine cabinet and half a bar of chocolate that has been in the bottom of the fridge for a few weeks.

Don't like cold so I am out of trekking and mountain climbing

 

palm

Posted: 19/09/2012 at 09:33

I had never heard of this so had too look it up-so it is an Anglesey palm in some parts a Torbay palm in others, but all seem to the the same plant "cordyline australis"

If it is the same plant I wouldn't cut it back -just let it do its own thing -I never have and mine is now a magnificent looking tree

 

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