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GROWS ON YOU members and friends reunion June 4th 2018.

To prevent any criticism I have decided to take responsibility for planning this...

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19 Nov, 2017
Dianebulley

I was pleased to see Sainsburys have a few Amaryllis bulbs in now.

Paid £7 for one. It was as dry as a bone, it had been dug up with the blades of...

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15 Nov, 2017
Dianebulley

For a long time I couldnt understand why people grow

Salad Leaves. Rows of Lettuce were my thing on the allotment. Having found them in...

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8 Nov, 2017
Dianebulley

I am pleased to be back in the compost recycling business.

My other two Gerbils died of old age. The new two are lovely, I am very pleased...

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6 Nov, 2017
Dianebulley

Those who enjoy home grown vegetables may like to know..........

I am pleased to have found the seeds for Malva Moschata Alba in Thompson and Morgan's...

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29 Oct, 2017
Dianebulley

I only had 5 Pelargoniums left this year

but today I knocked the dry soil off the roots. Set up 5 x 8″ pots with the...

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25 Oct, 2017
Dianebulley

Have you got a drawer full of odd balls of wool ?

I have started knitting a new 'rainbow' gardening pullover for next Spring. Its just...

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22 Oct, 2017
Dianebulley

I have just fetched the ripened green tomatoes into

the kitchen, wiped out the drawer and put my odd balls of knitting wool back in. Must...

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29 Sep, 2017
Dianebulley

Although their clients were very pleased

with the £5,000 overall effect of their derelict garden makeover...... I was not...

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26 Sep, 2017
Dianebulley

The things we take for granted.

But I decided to have the local heating engineers in to do an estimate for new workings...

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21 Sep, 2017
Dianebulley

Autumn chill approaches. Time to renew old

friendships which come in different forms. I opened the recipe book I made last winter,...

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18 Sep, 2017
Dianebulley

On the wall in local historian Ian Addis' grandparent's

bedroom there was a sampler which fascinated him, aged 8 which he remembered........... '...

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9 Sep, 2017
Dianebulley


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