Good one, Frank. Got any more?
Yes, I would also imagine that. I wonder what the foxes are interested in in the hedgehog palaces.
Yes Loggie, I notice that a number of weeds ar going to seed here as well.
It is so interesting watching the foxes and hedgehogs. Will a fox try and eat a hedgehog? Keep these coming please.
I like Campanulas. Yours turned out to be a beauty.
I was surprised, I do not know this one.
Pac, your bloom show was so good to see. What beauties you have there. Thanks for showing them. It is always good to see views from your gardens....
Yes Mel, it was wonderful. I have looked so long for a type of sugar pea that met my criteria. It looks like this year I have found it— “Sugar Bon”.
You guys make me laugh.
What a bear tale. Doesn’t it just infurriate you. That senseless destruction of property just drive you round the bend. Gurrr.
Oh BTW— great...
Good posting, Daniel. I do not expect to use drip lines on the lottie because they are prohibited in the club and serious dryness has not yet...
That’s a relief, Nettie.
That was a naughty boy.
Hi Daniel— it is interesting reading about your drip irrigation, and paper mulching. My Bride wants to know how come you did not also put...
That is a remarkable story, Pac. The pic of the munch-able peony— was a really good pic. A pic with a story.
That looks sort of like my one, Pac. Sadly mine has not yet opened its flower buds.
I would also vote for “sooner rather than later”, like Jane. I always worry about foreign bodies and cuts.
Keep us posted please.
Mel— chuckle. I...
Daniel— Glad you liked that vid. There have bee several commercials over the years and all have used that saying. Ridiculous, but great fun....
Lamb meat, our own sugar bon peas and fried potato wedges with garlic and rosemary. Three choc ice cream for pud
Oh Jane, I like those. I used to grow them years ago. They really are lovely.
I grew the same two you are showing.
Jane— yes ma’am.
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