Latest posts by SwissSue

Independence Day?

Posted: 24/06/2016 at 17:49

This result probably won't affect me, but I agree with the comments from KT53 and Shrinking Violet. Don't panic and wait for the first day's hulabalu to die down a bit. If Brexit, as it seems, forces the powers that be in the EU to start thinking that maybe they've been going about things the wrong way, so much the better.

Dead-Heading Rhodos

Posted: 21/06/2016 at 19:53

Wow, you're garden is beautiful, have really enjoyed the tour around it! (clapping smiley!)

Help Identify this plant please

Posted: 21/06/2016 at 19:38

It looks a lot like a platycodon to me, it will have blue or white ballon-like flowers.

Referendum, Doesn't it make you spit!!

Posted: 18/06/2016 at 08:20

I know it's none of my business, but some of you might like to read this:

Gardening Crafters

Posted: 16/06/2016 at 19:41

Thanks Pat, I've got the Exotic Plants one, the pages are quite thick, so I think I'll have a go with water colours.

Don''t know what time it is in Aussie, but suspect you'll be getting up again soon, hope you slept well and that it's not too cold today.

might be ricinus

Posted: 16/06/2016 at 19:10

Could be, Nut. Ricinus leaves have 8-10 "points".

Last edited: 16 June 2016 19:12:05

Gardening Crafters

Posted: 16/06/2016 at 12:18

Wow, I've just found this thread, what a fabulous lot of creations, unbelievable how creative you all are! (clapping smiley) Am amazed at those of you doing those intricate things while watching TV, how do you keep an eye on both?!!!

I'm not very creative but have done some window painting, would take a photo but sadly most of them have faded from the sun, will have to replace them sometime.

Pat E, you once mentioned the Kew Gardens Colouring Book and I have ordered it from Amazon for something to pass the time next winter. I was wondering what you use to colour them with. Do you use water colour paints, colour pencils or what?

Gardener's World and animal experimentation

Posted: 12/06/2016 at 06:25


Gardener's World and animal experimentation

Posted: 12/06/2016 at 06:00

Try using an ad-blocker, saves a lot of annoyance.

Purple climbing rose - where to buy

Posted: 09/06/2016 at 17:29

Rubi, I'm afraid that picture has been highly photoshopped! If you look at the left-hand side Amazon site below you will see that the colour is really pink. Besides, the seller who is probably in China, is offering seeds, which will probably never come to anything! See also the the bad reviews.

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