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  1. Ooo eck! Back on Track...

    by , 29-06-2009 at 01:36 PM
    Well its been a while!

    Been really busy the last couple of months with getting married and all the headless running around that comes with it!

    The Veg patch appears to have looked after itself and is now producing French Beans and Lettuce regularly.. Still waiting on the Sugar snaps and Courgettes.. have a random Radish also that my Mother-in-law gave me as a seedling thinking it was Broccoli..

    Hoping to get in the garden this weekend for a little tidy ...
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  2. Dragonflies and Damselflies

    by , 27-06-2009 at 06:03 PM
    Spent today looking at dragonflies and damselflies.

    The weather was not in our favour, but we had a good days count.

    Updated 07-08-2009 at 11:13 AM by WrexTheDragon

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  3. Garden Bennet! 32

    by , 25-06-2009 at 10:37 AM
    Gave many parts of the garden a good watering today, especially the toms, which all now have flower buds, and two plants have buds on the verge of opening. Gave them some organic liquid feed as well as water. My pea pods are swelling nicely - I'll be harvesting them any day now.
    My comfrey plants are starting to appear above the surface: three of the ten plants have appeared.
    Helped my courgettes get it together by pollenating a female flower with pollen from a male one. I'll have ...
  4. Rain

    by , 23-06-2009 at 07:33 PM
    Got the lawn cut today, just before the heavens opened.
  5. Garden Bennet! 31

    by , 23-06-2009 at 10:50 AM
    This morning, I started to plant up the herb bed by planting out the three herbs I bought in fibre pots at B&Q last weekend - thyme, lemon thyme and chives - and transplanting the rosemary from another part of the garden. I put the first three across the front (southern) edge, and the rosemary in the north-eastern corner, because it can grow to about 3', and I don't want it to overshadow smaller herbs. Still lots of space, so I must get some more herbs. I want hardy perennials: sage would be ...