Zoomer44


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Ever been had ??

Posted: 08/03/2015 at 14:08

They've been replanted and looking well in their new home, I may start a collection though after seeing yours.  

Ever been had ??

Posted: 08/03/2015 at 13:48

Having seen the picture, hope you aren't too disappointed now Runnybeak, it's lovely, knocks the socks of the snowdrops I dug up.

Stealing or foraging?

Posted: 08/03/2015 at 13:41

I agree stealling flowers and plants from peoples gardens is wrong.

Many years ago I heard of someone prosecuted for collecting coal from the railway line I think it was called 'theft by finding' apparently if reasonable steps aren't taken to find out who owns something it is stealling but what would reasonable steps be? Would knocking on a farmers door to find they are not in, be reasonasble steps before foraging on their land or if a farmer said yes and you mistakenly went onto the neighbouring farmers land.

How many of us were encouraged to pick wild flowers as children whilst out in the country, were we unwitingly being encouraged by our parents to steal 

            

Stealing or foraging?

Posted: 08/03/2015 at 00:14

Tootles has something prompted your Q.

Just to add...I've invasive brambles growing over the fence onto my allotment plot from the railway embankment, is it stealing or foraging to pick the blackberries and should BR be asked first if it's ok to pick them or is this public land?   

Ever been had ??

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 22:52

Just read your first posting Runnybeak, I'd have expected more than one bulb, you must be so disappointed.

I've just bought some replacement joints for a plastic GH, £5 for the joints and £4.99 delivery costs. It's my own fault, I didn't know the make of the plastic GH and assumed joints would be universal...NOT...these are far to big but to get a refund of £5 need to pay the £4.99 return costs... 

Potato planting dilemma

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 18:14

It's far to early to plant now, wait till April. 

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 15:59

I've not started any seeds off yet, was gonig to start chillies, aubergines and a few  toms this weekend.

Looks like a nice stash of goodies Gg. 

My spuds are in a room which gets alot of sun so they are out of direct sunlight, most are about the same as Gg's 1st earlies, although one batch has hardly got going yet. Bring them indoor ginagibbs, they do need a little warmth to get going.

I've some aspargus crowns in the same room which are beginning to grow in their bags. Was on the plot today preparing a bed for them. Made a good start digging over the top of the plot and moved a couple of pear tree's.

nettle fertilizer

Posted: 07/03/2015 at 15:30

That makes sense to use rain water, I've always used tap water to make fertilizer but won't be doing in future.

Shall start feeding them nettle fertilizer, hopefully I'll get a better crop of blueberries 

nettle fertilizer

Posted: 06/03/2015 at 20:10

 I think Waveydavey's also asking can nettle fertilizer be used as a feed on plants which like different kinds of soil.

I tend not to feed my azelea's and blueberry bushes but replemish the compost each year with a ericaceous compost and water them with rain water but if they look like they need a feed will buy something especially for them.

Silly Q but from the replies can home made fertilizer be used on them  

Spring is Springin

Posted: 05/03/2015 at 21:31

Spring hasn't sprung here yet, we had snow last Sunday... 

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