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Fiz

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Re: Spring
« Reply #45 on: 25 Apr 2021 11:24AM »
I know nothing of gardening. The local authority have dug a deep trench across the entrance to the park next to my house, almost certainly to prevent travellers camping there. I have planted beebombs along the mound of earth because I thought wildflowers would be pretty. BUT the flipping things need to be kept damp so I am having to carry out washing up bowls of water out every day and it's SO painful for my back. Where's the rain when you need it? I actually wish I hadn't put any there!  :f_doh: :wilted_rose:

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Re: Spring
« Reply #46 on: 25 Apr 2021 01:07PM »
There is one thing you can rely on in gardening and that is that you CANNOT rely on the British weather.

Maybe cactuses would be a better bet. They would guarantee a flood. :f_hug:

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Re: Spring
« Reply #47 on: 25 Apr 2021 01:19PM »
You are so right! Off to order some cacti >>>>