Verdun


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He's a notty boy !

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 16:11

That's real gardening fidget . Maybe I will follow your example.  I guess you get the odd different shade of blue...??

Cordless mowers

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 16:09

Bosch is better.  40 mins and full charge again in less than an hour.  Batteries last for 3 or more years.  

Horses for courses KT53.  If I had huge areas of grass I would use a petrol mower but, for those thinking green, petrol is much noisier. For me here, cordless is best 

So...............

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 16:05

Mods......keep this thread going.  Its great.   it is FUN 

just saw my great niece today and nothing on the forum will knock my great-to-be-alive feeling 

Identifying plants in a new garden

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 13:31

Yes Nut.  you know you are!  Just like seeing you blush again 

So...............

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 13:29

Hazel, it is fine.   Nobody has had a go at you or your thread. Don't withdraw it. 

We need to appreciate valid disagreement and comment without taking offence 

Hazel....

One plant border - ideas please

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 13:22

Santolina?  artemisia powys castle?  winter heathers?  Heucheras and festucas?  Euonymous emerald n gold?  Berberis atro nana?  Pittosporum tom thumb? Lonicera nitida Baggesons Gold DWARF variety (sorry, name escapes me for now)?  Ferns? Perovskia LITTLE spire, dwarfer version of well known variety? Hemerocallis, esp variegated Golden Zebra?  Dwarf hebes!    However, check out Diosma Sunset Gold...this is a beauty.  Lovely "moving" foliage, delightful pink/white flowers right now, evergreen and requires little attention 

HELLO FORKERS April 2016 Edition

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 12:47

Bought 4 variegated pelargoniums this morning....not for me; already have them.  Good quality, good size amd good price at (£2 each). However, I said " I'll pay for 2 and you can gIve me 2 for free" .  hence 4 for 2 !     Bit of cheek always pays 

sun has now appeared.  Looking good now 

So...............

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 12:27

Well said Lyn. 

enjoy your lovely garden and countryside 

begonias

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 12:19

Post a picture in summer Jennifer.....I'm sure it will look sensational 

He's a notty boy !

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 12:18

You do better than I do fidget.  

To be honest I'm not really great with seeds....too impatient...so huge respect to all those who do that. 

However, do you see self sown seedlings?  I may just do that too 

Discussions started by Verdun

Geoff Hamilton

 
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They wont catch me......

 
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Wow!

 
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Oh dearie me!

Hand slipped and...... 
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Think about it now.........

Leatherjackets in lawns 
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The longest flowering perennial is........

 
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Sanguisorba

 
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Caution! Virus

 
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Fowl treatment or wot?((

 
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Is Cornwall the best or is Cormwall the best?

 
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Modules v insitu

 
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Why did Chris do that?

 
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My first

 
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The green of spring

 
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Ok, not gardening but womderful

 
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