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It's been a glorious, Spring like day today, spent most of it sowing seeds and marking out a new flower bed. The new bed will be eleven and a half foot wide by just over sixty foot long, fronted by a

This is a bit of a bugbear of mine so if I slip into rant mode, I apologise now.   Titchmarsh is right, gardeners are universally regarded as too thick to do anything else, the public perception is a

The Pergola is up, the digging is all done, the gravel is spread and the massive tree has had a trim to expose the trunk and let some light through ; all that's left to do is plant it up and pray for

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Like drinking cheap cider and smoking cheap fags on street corner In shell suits ??

Hate those chavies,no-gooder hoodies,they remind me of a grim reaper:angry:.

 

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7 hours ago, lassie23 said:

tomatoes dead, cucumbers dead, beans dead, peas dead, potatoes dead, carrots dead

Have you been away from your veg a while?

Part of the nurture process includes watering...

Plants they need water.. like humans need a kebab or a bucket of KFC every now and then

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10 hours ago, Pixel said:

Have you been away from your veg a while?

Part of the nurture process includes watering...

Plants they need water.. like humans need a kebab or a bucket of KFC every now and then

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During the peak of the heat, I was watering my tomatoes 3, 4 or even 5 times a day like previous years they still have toms on ripening up and I'll be still getting them probably until around mid-October

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My shrubs and trees are doing well in back garden.  Some of shrubs have black coloured berries and others have yellow flowers.  I have planted lavender, rosemary, thyme, Russian sage, honeysuckle, buddleia, ivy and will have the holly and rowan planted in my back garden. I have got two hedgehog habitats and miscellaneous bird nesting boxes as well a bug hotel and bat nesting box.

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Well I feel I must report that I have still have marigolds flowering, geraniums flowers all winter here apart from proper cold winters then they die lol.

Also I have a couple of self sown bush tomato  plants that started around mid august.

They produced tomatoes and I picked some the other day and still a few turning red, normally they die into sept or early oct often with blight.

Also forgot to mention a late mid summer sown Labilia is flowering really well almost like mid summer.

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