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suppose it,s water proof,im a learner gardener put loads of bulbs all over my front garden 3weeks ago.Im noticing when the birds make a load noise i always see, a kestrel or sparrow halk..its amazing what i can see when im working on my garden, They been
just been outside to top up bird feeders. My fingers are now sooo cold. Everything is frozen and has been for a couple of days. It keeps sending down a few flaked of the white stuff as well, but really it is.very dry. I have a tray of primulas waiting
the birds strip the plumes clean for their nests Now, what to do about it...I started digging around in the centre and the whole thing is falling apart with rot (amazing compost!) so its coming out...by hand...by me...all alone...oh dear. I may be some time
Dismal & wet here in the Midlands and I'm afraid it's set to be no better for the rest of the week. Ah well! It's very much needed. Grey and wet here, too in North Yorks - and supposed to stay like that for the forseeable future. Oh, well - it's keeping my daffs going longer. G...
autumn thinking of the birds but they didn't get there fast enough. Despite that really cold spell in Feb here in the south east, I keep having to pull out their unmistakable seedlings from the front of my border. A splendid hardy annual is Salvia viridis
and UVC lamps, weeding, sorting out the climbers and a dozen other things. Brilliant start on the list, but the best bit of the day, sitting in the morning sun on a bench, with a cup of coffee, admiring the crocus display, as courting birds twitter
of Google images. http://i1259.photobucket.com/albums/ii542/ClemNewcastle/identifyplant7.jpg Plant 8- I put ‘bird and butterfly seed mix’ down here: http://i1259.photobucket.com/albums/ii542/ClemNewcastle/identifyplant8.jpg plant 9- I thought this could
. Consequently we now have thistle seeds by the thousands that drift onto our garden, we are always having to pull them up. On the brighter side we have a lot of birds that feed on the seeds and at least we are not overlooked or bothered by other people. The man
have been growing crops organically in my garden for 47 years and do not get the pest troubles other gardenrs have who spray chemoicals about because the garden is in equilibrium. Frogs, hegdehogs and birds keep down the slugs and snails; ladybirds eat
Hi Adam, my back garden is north facing and on the western side I have some ivy growing on a fence panel my question to you is why does it not produce flowers and later on berries? Sorry I meant to also say that I live in Weymouth Dorset and the ivy as far as I can tell is of the...