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Oh come on......

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 18:44

Ooooooo......problem is Roger NOBODY knows.  Mankind cannot change this anyway but we can do something about cancer, about ISIS (a definite killing machine), about the thousands of migrants dying and..........

for every person believing in climate change there is another not believing it.  honestly, what on earth will anybody do about it?  Give up our cars?  What?   Its distracting us from real issues that we can deal with.

 

 

Summer shrubs that have nice follage in winter

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 18:34

Ooooooo, you will upset some now Fairy........ My kind of girl 

lavendar is lovely as a path edge though.  I have a lavendar hedge, now flowering, that's many years old but still looking good.  However the garden there will be revamped and the lavendar removed.  plan to put in another lavendar hedge though to incorporate some meandering and to curve into the greenhouse.  Nothing like purple lavendar in full bloom..and scent.. In summer.  I does though have its issues if conditions aren't perfect 

Cuttings From Pinks

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 18:28

They are easy Dawn.....just dont water too much.  Add some perlite to your compost .

Maybe youtube have some videos?

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 18:25

Oh heck!  Have to get Wide Brim now Winter.  

MONKS HOOD PLANT

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 18:22

I agree with you fidget.  Brambles are the most dangerous plants....long bramches of vicious thorns have torn my face and hands and my clothing.  

The big outdoors is a potemtially dangerous place...why did fhe creator make if so? (Hmmmm! A new (contentious) thread I think could be made here )

Putting Evergreen complete on a month old lawn

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 18:15

Ah!  Possibly so.  Probably actually. 

I would water really well and keep it so for week or so.  fingers crossed Steven 

Oh come on......

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 18:08

Well....that blew away a few cobwebs 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 18:06

Yes, Wonky.  That was me there.  Small world.  I wasnt pinching cuttings though...they were broken already 

a hot afternoon and evening.  The ready to flower stuff has been pushed even further .....amazing the effects of rain, albeit not as much as I wanted.  But the delphiniums are now past their majestic best....every  season has something to offer and lose!

note on the door.....the owner of the garden I visited last week had been.....she's after my Amistad and a plant or two too 

Putting Evergreen complete on a month old lawn

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 17:58

Steven not a lot you can do now.  No help I know, but read all labelling thiroughly

the only thing you can do is water it thiroughly and be prepared to re seed...hopefully some of the lawn will recover.

the tender young grass is bound to be affected.  Just think now about and be prepared for the next positive steps to take prob in about 4 weeks or so

Oh come on......

Posted: 26/06/2015 at 14:14

Pete......recognition at last. 

Problem is though many scientists....off hand the percentage I dont know.......say there is no climate change taking place

remember those crop circles?  Some locals ...I understand the mischief involved........created crop circles and a whole bunch of "experts" rushed to the site and declared supernatural activity.  When the locals announced their work the "experts" moaned about wasting their time and disappeared (into their bedroom labs no doubt) 

did you see the "experts" on question time last night?  

(Hee hee hee...I am a naughty boy Fairy.  A very naughty boy 

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