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Fork Handles

Posted: 23/06/2012 at 06:35

The run-time thing seems to have gone to the place where gateway 303 or whatever stays-I wish I knew what these things meant.

Awake too early again-why is that? it is not as though I have any work to do.

Kettle on

Fork Handles

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 21:29

GW was alright -off for 4 weeks and the complaints have started.

The funniest thing was the reporter standing next to the stage on a live report-always a good idea-then the studio tried to talk to the organiser and the signal went

Is that anyway to talk about your OH Kate?

Gardening in Aberdeenshire

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 21:17

This is really an old chestnut with the greatest respect-it is a matter of making adjustment to your own growing conditions-what do you want them to do?

-and after all you have Beechgrove- one more gardening programme than the rest of the country.

propgation advice please

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 21:14


propgation advice please

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 21:13

You only really need the heat to germinate seeds or to give cuttings a start-so once the seed has germinated remove to a cooler spot to grow on-leaving the others in the propagator

Is that what you wanted to know?-leaving them in the propagator will make them grow leggy

Fork Handles

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 20:32

GW on

Fork Handles

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 20:22

I am going to run a very,very, long hose down to the terminal and have a team washing cars with buckets-I shall be a millionaire

Pam can you put currants in the scones?-ta-much appreciated-oh and deliver around 1pm in time for lunch

How are the zorbas doing?

Fork Handles

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 19:52

I had tayberries and strawberries from the garden with squirty cream and homemade strawberry ice cream-how good is that?

Who fancies syrup sponge pudding with custard?

Fork Handles

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 19:23

Reminds me of the flying nun

Watched the local news again- a severe case of over reporting a muddy field with real dramatic headlines -it is not soup they need, but a good bath.

I have sent some money to the bail out fund-will that do for Greece?

Figrat will not make us a  chocolate cake

How long do Lupins live?

Posted: 22/06/2012 at 19:13


It was in March and I did just dig it up, pulled of the outside pieces and replanted those in a different spot-I am amazed it has done as well as it has-so spring or autumn is probably the best time.

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