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Posted: Yesterday at 11:21

No bugs here SGL


Posted: Yesterday at 09:58

Feeling very sick, tired and headachy today.  Don't think even gardening is going to sort this mood out.  Sorry for moaning.

David Austin Roses

Posted: 25/06/2016 at 21:37

I have

Mortimer Sackler (My Avatar and my favourite. Thornless and a lovely perfume, great over an arch)

Munstead Wood

Gertrude Jekyll


Claire Austin

Golden Beauty


Don't have a photo

Pauls Noel

Susan Williams Ellis

Don't have a photo

Jasmine - too early for flowers?

Posted: 25/06/2016 at 17:02

My varigated pink Jasmine has been flowering for a week and the white one hasn't started to flower yet.  Both have been planted a number of years.

Independence Day?

Posted: 24/06/2016 at 21:16

Thats the problem Obelisk hardly anyone did any real research.  To quote one brexit voter on the TV after being asked what he thought would happen now the UK was out of Europe 'well it will just sort itself out wont it'

The Old Vicarage near East Ruston

Posted: 24/06/2016 at 20:01

Fabulous photos Lizzie, thanks for sharing, I feel another trip coming on.

Independence Day?

Posted: 24/06/2016 at 11:42

I vowed never to comment on Political threads but I am so upset today that I feel I must.  when I think of all the worker and human rights now under threat I am so very sad And if anyone thinks for one moment that the talked about millions that we will supposedly save will be spent on the Nhs, social care for the elderly, a better police service or to improve education they must be mad. 

Treehugger's Big Day

Posted: 22/06/2016 at 23:16

All the best Treehugger and the future Mrs Treehugger.  Hope you have a great day.

Japanese anenome under new turf

Posted: 22/06/2016 at 20:23

I have been trying to eradicate Jap Anemones in my garden for 5 years and still find they return year after year, although in smaller numbers.  The problem is that every bit of root you leave in the soil starts a new plant.  Don't think lawn weedkiller is anything like strong enough.  A glysophate based weedkiller painted on the leaves is really the only way to go and you have to leave it on the plant 3 weeks at least before mowing.  It's true that continual mowing will help but not sure you will get rid of the lumps and bumps using that method.  Good Luck, it's a real thug.

Oh Lord...what a stink

Posted: 22/06/2016 at 20:10

Me too Ladybird, never noticed any smell at all.

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on special at the moment 
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ID please

looks like a Carex or Liriope 
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Not sure what to do with this space.

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Is this unusual

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