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Fork Handles

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 20:58

I am not watching it but someone is-I just happen to be in the same room -now some Norwegians are singing in English-why don't we get songs sung in Norwegian?

Will Pudsey put in appearance?

Fork Handles

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 20:45

el chips

There is something wrong with my TV-it keeps picking up some foreign music show-who should I contact?

So is Woy the new Messiah?

Fork Handles

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 20:31

I may have mentioned I have been on hols-every morning they turn the sprinklers on to water the grass but get over 300 days of sunshine per year-mind you the country is going broke but green grass is better to them than greenbacks.

I used to think that pesetas was Spanish for potatoes

Fork Handles

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 20:21

Was it the same shop that sold you letter O's when you wanted garden 'ose?

how to grow potatoes in bag

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 20:04

3/4- how many have you got?

how to grow potatoes in bag

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 19:54

You need to get them in now-put about 8 inches of soil/compost-plant tuber and keep  adding more soil as it grows -start with bag rolled down then unroll as you go and top up with soil.

Hopefully that makes sense-obviously keep well watered and pierce holes for drainage.

Indoor and outdoor plants

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 19:39

Two examples-pelargonium and impatiens-what your a probably looking at something that is not fully hardy-but is suitable as a houseplant or for growing outdoors-there are probably many others but these two spring to mind.

May In Your Garden

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 16:27

Have also shaded the greenhouse.

Kate-french beans-je ne compris pas-je as sown 'em

May In Your Garden

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 14:48

I have since 8am-cut grass and strimmed,planted up wall baskets, planted up more containers,weeded,sprayed weeds on pathway,ate lunch glanced at papers,sorted out tomatoes in greenhouse and now need to sow french beans.

It is looking tidier

Cody home

Climbing weed

Posted: 26/05/2012 at 11:44


Bindweed is very common-treat with a glyphosate based weed killer but give it time to work- perhaps2/3 weeks-it will kill right down to the root.

Do not get it on anything you wish to keep obviously so it may mean entwining it from any plants and laying it on the ground-the more leaf area you can treat the better .

I am having a nice day already so am ok on that one.

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