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Posted: 17/09/2015 at 14:19
Napping in fhe day Panda? How decadent!
I did the same the other day with CBeebies, YvieStevie.


Posted: 17/09/2015 at 14:06
Just discovered that the GC coffee shop has WiFi!
Have taken photo of my cake to post later. Tis yummy!
We freeze skimmed milk. Are you not supposed to?


Posted: 17/09/2015 at 07:24

Eek,  no porridge!  Oh poor Chicky!  We're big porridge eaters.  My little one loved it when he was 2.  He role played making it and selling it at nursery, drew pictures of it, ate it for supper as well as breakfast.  Once I offered him chocolate to avoid having to make it  (tired mum!) which he wolfed down and then requested porridge again.


Posted: 17/09/2015 at 06:50

Morning everyone else! I'm only vaguely keeping up  -best wishes to all with illness and aches and pains and dealing with ignorant people. 

My baby has gone back to nighttime sleeping again so im feeling more human.  Elder child has recovered from sickness and is back to school.  Looking after just one baby is like a holiday ! (Didn't feel like that first time around!) Hoping I can bagsie the car today and have a trip to garden centre for cake.  What a life!


Posted: 17/09/2015 at 06:44

Byeeeeeeeeee Doveeeeeeeeeeeee

Cercidiphyllum japonicum, - can it be hard pruned?

Posted: 16/09/2015 at 20:58

I've not tested it but I've got rhododendrons and pieris.  Although it can't be that acidic as ive got hebes too.  The spot I've got in mind is replacing an azaelea and spirea. A longer term plan though, Dove - you've seen how much work my garden needs and how little time I've got.  Can't stop dreaming and designing though!


Posted: 16/09/2015 at 16:33

Grrr Verdun!  "What rain?" indeed!!

Verdun, did you once tell me to plant echinacea in the spring rather than autumn?

Strange crinodendron friut?

Posted: 16/09/2015 at 16:14

Thanks Lyn.  Now need to work out where I could put one....

small tree

Posted: 16/09/2015 at 15:54

I like Rowans (sorbus).

Cercidiphyllum japonicum, - can it be hard pruned?

Posted: 16/09/2015 at 15:51

Cheers Dove.  That's 2 for coppicable and 1 against!  The coppicers have it.

Sounds a lovely plant.  Now to consider where I could put's on the "one day" list.

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Cercidiphyllum japonicum, - can it be hard pruned?

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how tolerant and cutting advice 
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ID caterpillar please

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