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While Angel was pottering in the garden first thing, I tidied two Hydrangea pots up. These were cuttings which Ted took several years since, and I don't want to lose them, but they are so hungry for water in the summer. One of the pots was hiding a bramble briar, which I managed to dig up, and pot u...
I found some berberis growing in a clump of something else. We got rid of the one in front of the downstairs toilet window, but it has started shooting again, so that is a task waiting. My pink camellia is full of buds, and some have already opened. The bramble is back in the wash house for the night.
Because of a frost warning, the bramble has spent a second night in the wash house. I have cut back some roses in the churchyard, and also in my garden, just hoping I haven't killed them off! Edged two flower beds, and removed some dead grass around one of my roses. Everything is springing into life...
Thanks Manda. Have just had a quick look. The trouble is that a lot of corduroys nowadays are thin, and I have really warm ones! The jogging bottoms I bought are really warm, not very attractive, I have to admit, but I almost don't want to be without them.
She seems to be coming round Mo. My last cat was kept in for three weeks, but I walked into the kitchen one day, and found her climbing back in through the very high window! No idea how long this had been going on.
I brought several small plant pots inside when the weather turned much colder. The bay windowsill in the front room took some of them, the rest on a tray nearby. I had planted pansy seeds in some of the pots, but it seems that I have grown a tiny trefoil like plant, one of them with a dainty yellow ...
She will be terrified Mo, won't she. She is a lucky girl to have found a good home.
One of my rescue cats managed to scratch the tape off the cat flap, and it took three days to get her back into the house.
I have ordered some jogging bottoms, hopefully fleecy as described. They should arrive today, we will see how warm they are.
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