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Elephant ears (Bergenia cordifolia (Elephant's ears))

Have now been planted!

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I love the colour of these plants Craftnutter they are beautiful and are great to attract the bees apparently, i have just read this in hillers mag i get every month, apparently blues, purples and orange colours are brilliant and are the in thing amongst yellows too.

30 Apr, 2009


Well considering you have a condition you seem to be doing very well, not tried planting in cardboard boxes yet lol, the contest, it is a radio where we try to contact as many radio stations around the world over a period of 24 hrs the operators are operating 4 hours at a time then have a rest, they are transmitting in morse code, --... ...-- .. this is two figures as 7 and a 3 and a full stop, your first lesson in morse lol, I am not refering to broadcast stations, these are many amatuer stations around the world who have their stations at home in the car, or are working portable out in the countrry preferably on the highest hill you can find, in our case we are working from off the top of the Pennines above Macclesfield in Cheshire, you will see more of it when I publish the pictures.

4 Jun, 2009


Aaaah, thanks for that Tony! You did make me 'larf on the cardboard boxes, lol!!!

That morse code makes no sense to me whatsoever, but I'll take your word for it, lol!!!

5 Jun, 2009

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