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    very lovely picture.... i love the lazy bed pumpkin.
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    fab, but I keep getting errors and unavailables!! grrr.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarico View Post
    i love the lazy bed pumpkin.
    That one didn't make it: it kept drying out, and kids kept pulling it up.

    The one in the damper garden did really well by the same method though

    All gardeners know better than other gardeners." -- Chinese Proverb.

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    I was expecting to see TS in pigtails.....................
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    hmm, me too! Ts- who looks after it during the school holidays, do you have a rota? do you manage the club alone or do you get help from another member of staff- oh and did i forget to say that the photos are AMAZING and you have inspired me to really get cracking with my school allotment club!!!!!

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    pigtails? *don't get it

    Rota? Nope, it's just me. Nobody else is interested

    and thank you Petal for the kind words, it really spurs me on

    All gardeners know better than other gardeners." -- Chinese Proverb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Two_Sheds View Post
    pigtails? *don't get it

    Rota? Nope, it's just me. Nobody else is interested

    and thank you Petal for the kind words, it really spurs me on
    Ok, let me elaborate! My school piccies are of a spotty kid in national health glasses, short pants with elastoplasts on the scruffy knees.....................

    Oh, nearly forgot............................ the Elvis quiff..
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    Fab pics TS! I just spent a pleasant few minutes clicking through, whilst scoffing my brekkie!

    I now know that the pretty-leaved low-growing plant near my big shed is Alexanders. Looks a bit like Parsnip leaves! I like to learn something new every day.
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