Verdun


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Beware bark chippings!

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 20:15

Hmmm!  Maybe then Green Magpie 

Keep us posted.  Let them know several members on a popular forum are interested too 

Fed up

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 19:09

Bulkerb, I'm betting they wont let you go.  Tell them how you feel and ask them if they are satisfied.  If they think you will leave they will soon get the message ....and shut up 

Fed up

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 18:59

Bulkerb....I don't do pretence or patronise anyone.  

your skills are obvious....you are top notch.

 Give these people the brush off.....possibly they think they can manage without you now you have shown them how and want to save on your charges.  Their loss 

Hellebores

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 18:55

None of us all the answers aym .....we share a hobby we enjoy, don't we?  And a good debate is refreshing.  Enjoy your garden 

Beware bark chippings!

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 18:53

I never use old stocks...fertilisers, manures, pellets or compost Green Magpie for the very reason you quote.  Bear in mind though you can google anything and the info is variable to say the least. 

If you really suspect your batch is toxic contact B & Q....ask for their technical dept.  This could be interesting 

Fed up

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 18:44

How much of that is down to you bulkerb? 

All looks superb to me.  See no reason for complaints.  What exactly did your employers want from you ? 

Take your skills elsewhere cos most will appreciate them 

Fed up

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 18:42

Sorry Philippa.  Meant judgements about bulkerb's work not your post 

Hellebores

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 18:32

Aym, I meant that nicely.  I may have to change my mind if they grow well . And I am always prepared to eat humble pie ....witb Cornish clotted cream of course 

not prof...."sir" please. Ha ha 

definitely wish you well  aym.

Fed up

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 18:28

Bulkerb, yes post your photos.  If you are asking for frank opinions we will give them

So, any comments made now would be pointless 

Hellebores

Posted: 29/04/2016 at 18:18

Keep us posted aym during the summer to see how they progress.  Agree with GD, it's the roots that are most important right now with hellebores esp so I would pot on asap 

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