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A month since I posted here. I finished planting the spuds, then a few days ago one of the trenches was full of water - thought we'd dried out but that didn't last. Now weeding the bean patch. Some seeds in pots in the airing cupboard, and I popped a few in the ground yesterday - on my half and half...
Still gives me a thrill when things pop through. Me too, Mo. Even bigger thrill from cuttings, in fact I am now going round looking for things I can take cuttings from. Jim was a great one for propagating from cuttings and layers. The garden is full of lots of the same things. Plus a lot that have ...
I can't imagine anything would kill a bramble Maybe harden them off in the daytime first. What I tend to do is split the risk - plant one out leave one in (leave half the washing on the line on a cloudy day). Then I'm bound to be wrong half the time - too early or too late.
And here are we talking about summer holidays! When Europe has a surge in cases and there are vaccine resistant variants. Madness.
Pat wouldn't eat Co-op or Sainsbury dry food, but at least he was consistent. A friend adopted a cat that was fussy and chopped and changed. Mind you, kids are like that too. At one stage I used to by Honey Puffs every time I went to the supermarket because we got through them so fast. It took me a ...
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