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Woodgreen wonderboy


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Pruning advice

Posted: Today at 21:13

Cut out the wood that has flowered. It will be brown and woody. Leave the new green whippy shoots which will flower next year. See if you can see the shape you want and work towards that too. If you don't cut some back each year it may flower less and get big and woody and a bit of a tangle too.

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Today at 15:38

My neighbour tells me he has heard some wildlife type noises in my garage. Plan to give it a good spring, or should that be autumn,-clean later in the year so who knows what we might find. I have someone to help me, so between us we might be brave enough .

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Today at 15:09

Had 4 hour shift on garden, potting uo self sown seedlings, tidying, watering, chatting to my neighbour and helping him with the tractor mower we use on the paddock. Came in, showered, and promptly slept soundly for an hour and a half .

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Today at 07:25

Good morning everyone.... in garden for an early session before it gets impossibly hot. Think I will concentrate on rescuing all those little plants that have taken up residence in my gravel paths and drive. lots of new agapanthus, lavender and lithrium ( I think?). I will let you know what I find.  Will take the rest of the irises I lifted to the Shop, where we sell them, 5 for £2.  Glads. still selling like hotcakes.

Also watering in feed on lawn. Not ideal in this heat but necessary. 

Have a good one everyone

 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 22:20

Hortsoc meeting tonite, lots of positive comments on events past and plans future... and wine imbibed. Keeps me motivated.....

Monty Don.

Posted: Yesterday at 10:15

If someone could clone Thrower/Billett/Hamilton/Smith and Titch together, I would be in gardening heaven..... I don't want to turn off or ignore my favourite gardening prog. over the years.....

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 10:10

Bird seed feeders full, pots waterered, white border tidied, grass feed watering in ( not much rain here ). I'm in for a watering too, then off to cinema and lunch. Committee meeting tonight.

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: Yesterday at 07:15

Up an' at 'em....

Can you identify this?

Posted: Yesterday at 07:13

It's a real beauty... I wouldn't be without it.

Monty Don.

Posted: Yesterday at 07:02

I don't disagree either, but I did get a glimpse of a red rag.

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Need help in putting together a quiz which is a bit challenging and fun too 
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They are much better microwaved for about 3 mins., turned over, mw for 3 more mins. Lot less bother than boiling . Keep flavour and scrunch. 
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