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Posted: 14/07/2012 at 12:10

I think someone else was interested in a seed-swap but it takes a bit of organising-perhaps at the appropriate time it might be worth testing the water so to speak?

Becks-what about sporty stuff?-Kate is the sports guru.

Sorry if all sounds fishing but just trying to find out a common interest-other than the garden of course

Fork Handles

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 11:24

So when X factor comes round shortly you will not be joining me?


Fork Handles

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 11:11

You dont watch tv!!-well we can't have that-how can that be?-not even CBBC or CBeebies?

Will check out Jessies garden-at the moment the rain is bouncing off the pavements -that should snuff the torch out

Fork Handles

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:50

Well that's disappointing.

The police got slated a bit for that scare for over-reacting-bit they are in a no-win situation-it could have been a terroist- has the person spoken up at all?

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Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:29

Ok Becks-tell us about Cannock-what goes on anything exciting ?-we like especially neighbourhood gossip

Paint to make a Cardboardbox a Watertight Trough as seen on programme

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:26

This might be the answer-it involves coating the box with the stuff for waterproofing flat roofs etc

Fork Handles

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:18

Please can I use Becky-or Becks?

Fork Handles

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 10:10

Already got the vests-and very fetching they are too

Insomnia1973-that is a lot of letters for me to type-have a shorter altenative at all?

The weather man looked very apologetic this morning-there is more rain to come in the week-but we may get a couple of dry days-apparently we are now expecting a plague of rats-crikey!


Posted: 14/07/2012 at 09:56

You will need to grow them on for a few months at least-they should over winter in the cold frame or greenhouse ok- if you give them so protection if the weather gets really bad.

They may be big enough to plant out in the autumn-time will tell

Replanting between leylandii stumps

Posted: 14/07/2012 at 09:53

The leylandii will not grow back-once you have decimated them-but the roots will still there and you are unlikely to get anything into the near-soil-and the soil will be rubbish now anyway.

So you really can't plant any thing in between-unless you go down the container route and place those inbetween- you are then responsible for feeding watering etc

You best bet-but it will cost-is to have the trees removed and the stumps ground out by a professional company-then you can enrich the soil and you might be in with a chance

Others may have ideas for you

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