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Latest posts by weejenny

The long game

Posted: 28/07/2012 at 18:10

Dan looking at the before and after of the front garden I think you made a wise decision to put gravel down with the weed suppressant. The house will breath better too. I hope you keep up telling us how your getting on


What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 28/07/2012 at 17:57

Down pours with us at the moment cold too 14c

which plants would be best?

Posted: 27/07/2012 at 20:25

Hi Chellie I googled "plants suited to clay soil" you'll find lots of plants. I know my brother had clay soil and he had a great display with an ornamental rhubarb. I have one now they are a real statement plant, good for height in a corner

Fork Handles

Posted: 27/07/2012 at 17:37

Swingers wouldnt that be the last laugh ha ha ha

Kate I love cous cous but my OH wont eat it I really couldnt print what he calls it let me see if I can try and tell you "pi_h  pi_h" can you work out what letter Ive missed out.He wont eat quiche either but will eat bacon and egg pie he has a bad word for quiche too.

Fork Handles

Posted: 27/07/2012 at 17:19

Hi everyone

Geoff the only worrying part to you parading about in a thong you may end up with like minded people next door.. You make me laugh.

Its so windy here and it didn't rain

Fork Handles

Posted: 26/07/2012 at 21:51

Lottie did you treat yourself to anything nice at the GC

The long game

Posted: 26/07/2012 at 21:44

Really exciting a blank canvas..

Have you seen one?????

Posted: 26/07/2012 at 17:20

Not seen ladybirds up here for a long time. Lots of bees

Fork Handles

Posted: 26/07/2012 at 17:14

I think one day we'll have no grass when we have no dogs. My OH has warned me Ive not to widen the borders anymore huh little does he know that Ive taken six inches off since Pams did look nice with the gravel paths I liked the idea of wee rooms it was amazing what was fitted in. I must say I lifted the grass in the front garden two years ago and I really dont miss it

Fork Handles

Posted: 26/07/2012 at 15:02

Wow that gives me palpitations the thought of my other half being allowed to prune in the garden! We came to an agreement some years ago that he does the hard landscaping. I wont even let him cut the grass. An elderly neighbour once said to me it wasnt fair on me doing the garden on my own but I replied with, I get my own way if I do. Not that Im a control freak or anything like that

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