Logan, that's indecent exposure!
Similar problem here, OH throws ball, Inka runs after it then ignores it, OH collects ball and doesn't even get a treat!
Love all the pet pictures, keep 'em coming!
DyersEnd says:What a grumpy lot (most of) you are. I think we're very lucky to be able to watch the most famous flower show in the world from the comfort of our own armchairs at a sensible time of day. After all - nobody forces you to watch - you could be outside weeding if you preferred See original post
What a grumpy lot (most of) you are. I think we're very lucky to be able to watch the most famous flower show in the world from the comfort of our own armchairs at a sensible time of day. After all - nobody forces you to watch - you could be outside weeding if you preferred
I quite agree with you, DyersEnd, was just thinking the same myself!
I get these in my water butts. I put a drop of oil/WD40/lighting fluid (whatever is handiest at the time) in them. This gives a slight film which kills of the larvae as they have to come up to breathe. Makes the watering cans a bit sticky but better than being stung by mossies!
Beware, if you let it go to seed you'll soon have it all over your garden. Agree it's very pretty though.
Some shops here have stopped selling glyphosate (it's received a bad name because some farmers have use it in overdoses!). I have bought two 1 lt. bottles which should last me for the next 10 years. I only use it sparingly with a small hand spray.
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And there's a little wild strawberry peeking out under the hosta.
Kitty 2 says:Let's see if this works.Nope, it's not having it sorry. See original post
Let's see if this works.
Nope, it's not having it sorry.
Kitty, maybe your pic is too large, I had that problem and had to reduce my pics to maximum 500 pixels.
plant pauper says:Inka looks like my Wren. I'm not sure she would sit politely anywhere near a cat.See original post
Inka looks like my Wren. I'm not sure she would sit politely anywhere near a cat.
Peggie made sure she put Inka in her place with a whack on the nose when she first arrived, cats outside do not have the same privilege, they get chased!
Love all the pictures of your pets, what a variety!
This is Inka-dog, a rescue from Hungary (looking very embarassed at having to sit next to a cat!) and Peggie-cat, also a rescue.
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Haha, I do wish there was a clapping smiley on here!