Lucky Gardeners

Flowers, Trees, Lawns, Infrastructures, Maintenance & anything else!
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Freeranger
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I have so much to do in the garden that I'd need a 5-year lockdown to get it all straight. But I'm enjoying being outside, and seeing the circle of life is a privilege that helps put everything into perspective at the moment.
Reports and fear of death are everywhere, and yet here we have plants, shrubs (a lot of weeds) and wild-life - so many chaffinches this year - all doing their thing and carrying on carrying on. One or two plants I thought had had it, and cuttings that I thought hadn't taken are springing into life.
Maybe we should all get a compulsory plant on the NHS.
Gwenoakes
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Glad you are able to enjoy yourself. )like(
For every down there is an up, sometimes you have to wait longer or look deeper for it.
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Mo
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The celandines are glowing along the sides of the ditch when I walked up the road yesterday. And I saw a brimstone butterfly this morning as well as a pair of tortioseshells feeling the spring.
The year is turning (must get out there with my tools)
Dance caller. http://mo-dance-caller.blogspot.co.uk/p/what-i-do.html
Sunny Clucker enjoyed Folk music and song in mid-Cheshire
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The spammers are out in force today. Cheeky so and so's.

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