Verdun


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Delphinium

Posted: 14/11/2015 at 08:18

Jacy, the slugs have not gone.  They are there waiting and watching for you to put out their next meal.

 Remove any flowers and repot in early spring.  You will find it growing fast then so repot a few times until it fills a 3 litre pot then plant it out.  A few pellets and/or night time surveillance and you will have good flowering plants in early summer 

Technical improvements to the forum

Posted: 14/11/2015 at 08:11

With all its technical faults this remains a great forum 

In our thoughts

Posted: 14/11/2015 at 08:05

Tootles, just numbing.  

These terrorists for the most part simply have a taste for blood; there will be "followers" inspired by their deeds who will glory in doing the same things. 

The world has changed.  

Despite our distrust of our government let us let us accept we need to let them invade our space.  Forget our " rights" .  Monitoring what every one of us does is now essential

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 14/11/2015 at 07:50

good morning everyone.  A short wet walk with Spike.  With my trusty ipad and a bowl of porridge and reading all your comments folks.  

take care people 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 14/11/2015 at 00:08

Horrendous news from Paris.  Devasting and hugely upsetting.  Families yet again losing loved ones.  A nice evening turned upside down

It will happen here too and on a scale hitherto not known......not in a few years but tomorrow, next week, next month

The terrorists have opened up minds and imaginations to do the most terrible things on increasingly larger scale.  We have seen nothing yet.

within the migrant ranks hundreds of terrorists have sneaked in to wreak havoc in our once peaceful land.  It seems the only organised people are the terrorists themselves. They know exactly what they are doing and what they intend to do

Until our politicians learn another way more hatred, atrocities and attacks will happen

sorry folks.  It's with a heavy heart I write these things 

Daylily

Posted: 13/11/2015 at 22:07

No, the red leaved grass is not a panicum.....I was referring to your heavy metal grass.

 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 13/11/2015 at 18:03

Edd, you won all that money. Always regarded you as a very kind, nice, smart and GENEROUS man.    I mean that most sincerely 

Just a suggestion...

Posted: 13/11/2015 at 17:23

Thanks Topbird.  I will google ....quite privately!

do peaches get headaches then Dove? Well, aspirin seems to be a remedy for al sorts of troubles so, again, I will have a furtive google 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 13/11/2015 at 17:16

Gertie I can see you too.  Don't think you can offend anyone on the forum....I try darn hard to but it doesn't seem to work! 

Your polytunnels must smell like breweries Hosta 

thought the Tom Jones show last nght was excellent....just had to contribute somethng.  And the Rickshaw Challenge...it past my door .....made me want to give.  Tonight?  There will be something that draws me too.  Expensive time then but the suffering that many children courageously endure is emotional. 

Fairy, I like thise there choccies too .....(shhh!  I pinched some lindt chocs today;hope nobody notices )

Daylily

Posted: 13/11/2015 at 15:14

You mean panicum heavy metal Elizabeth, do you?, but that grass is a pennisetum. 

Gigantea is one of my summer favourites.....a feature here from June (flowers early here) right through to early autumn.  The Golden Oat grass outshines most everything at its peak

and the blue grass elymus magellanicus flowers well for me too but if it didn't those blue leaves are its main attraction 

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