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  1. Plant list - OCTOBER 08

    by , 10-10-2008 at 03:53 PM
    BACK GARDEN:
    One plum tree (five separate ones actually) - produced no plums this year.
    1 shed, behind that bramble but dh is getting it down.
    1 climbing rose Iceberg on an arch (its its first year, only 2 foot high)
    1 fern under the arch.
    Underground still: snowdrops and daffodils and crocus.

    Showing: autumn crocus and cyclamen. Foxgloves grown from seed, 1st year so they're green with no flowers.
    Growing up the shed, 1 climbing rose (white ...
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  2. Blimey I ache !!!....

    by , 10-10-2008 at 03:30 PM
    I would never have believed there would be so much to do this time of year in such a small space. I've been outside all day today and I ache all over. Let me think.... well, I raked the lawn at the back, it hasn't been touched since before we went on holiday on 9th September. Just raked mind, not mowed; though its in desperate need we haven't got any garden sacks and the compost is full so nowhere to put the grass. So, after raking I repotted the cyclamen and then the cotoneaster (finally!). ...
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  3. Winter Veg + Sweet Peas

    by , 07-10-2008 at 06:37 AM
    The man on the tv said, if there is one thing you must do this weekend, its plant sweet peas. So into the propagator eight pots with 2 seeds each go.

    Also into modules, Lambs Lettuce and cauliflower 'All year round'.
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  4. Potato order for 2009

    by , 06-10-2008 at 03:26 PM
    Ordered a 20 tuber pack of Sarpo Axona from Thompson and Morgan today, hope to have them by the end of the year.
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  5. Tomato stripper

    by , 06-10-2008 at 10:56 AM
    Stripped off all but five leaves from the two remaining tomato plants in the green house, see if that helps them ripen what small numbers of tomato's they have.

    Gardeners Delight I think.
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