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, and over night the lot had gone we bought a net and a few more fish and low and behold two days later they were gone so no more fish! The pond is just 2Mts.x2Mtts. I have a couple of lilies, marigold type , various iris and some oxygenaters
of my first post... From there, life got a bit frustrating as I had more groundworks that needed to be done along the front and a new fencepost was needed too. What also needed to be decided was the planting, especially outside the box. Low
Hi all, Didn't think it would happen..... but will be having a go at veggies next year. The plot will be 10ft(L) and 6ft(W) in a really sunny spot. I want to grow something easy and generally low maintenance but most of all something that I can go
of not being able to get out without getting wet.saw two Brent geese fly low over my head ,this was in the town ,that's a new one for me here in the city. I too saw a flock of geese flying over head yesterday, whilst stuck in my truck in 3 feet of snow
to a lawn. Nevertheless many people have done little wonders with them making it a pleasure to wander around the neighbourhood and view. Many (like mine) are low maintenance with gravel and grasses, others may just be a home-made mosaic with a small
is the fact that you can be sure of the sex of the new plant and avoid, or deliberately choose, to produce a tree with 'interesting' scented fruits. Hardwood cuttings are also low-maintenance and usually trouble free. Please do let us know about the progress
but low maintance..any advice would be great?? thank you :) I have been working like a trouper this weekend - planting new seeds, potting up, transplanting. My main problem is space - where to put everything. The greenhouse is full to bursting
, but keeps me out of trouble Figrat and Winter, send your stuff my way! It's what I call 'Chicken Licken' weather here. Very low grey sky, feeling like the skly's falling in. Kate, naughty but funny Yvie Wintersong send some of that sunshine north and you
My husband and I were so disappointed to see due to 'sporting' events that our 'gardening' TV is being put on hold! Its Summer, a key time to garden, what is the BBC thinking! There is so much other repeats on the TV, I am sure they can find a slot on Saturday night..! What a rea...
Here goes the full on month of June Some more photos, hope you don't get bored and just to show the massive gaps... An Invitation to View Junw 2012. Ok,so here is the garden this morning. I could go through and put names on the plan...