Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
Chatting on the Plot / Re: hip operation done
« Last post by LILLILEAF on Today at 10:56 »
The exercises are the hardest bit now,as i had a revision,the old hip replacement out then every thing has to be cleaned and flushed out,i think it was over double the time as of the 1st time hip,my problem is low blood pressure so they monitor you every 15 mins after your op.
 Well its all done and you know i was only in hospital for 3 days the garden looks like a jungle,my husband has done a wonderful job of watering and looking after the fruit and veg.
 BIG thanks to all the good wishes i have had from you fellow veg growers.Lillileaf
2
Chatting on the Plot / Re: Morning all :)
« Last post by Plot 1 Problems on Today at 10:21 »
Dodged the lightning here thankfully!
3
I shade the side and roof on the side that gets the afternoon sun, which in my case is the southish side.
4
Chatting on the Plot / Re: Morning all :)
« Last post by madcat on Today at 09:48 »
Didnt it rain last night!  The lightening was magnificent ...

Anyway the ground is now lovely for getting little plants in, so off we go, then if it rains again this pm they will settle in lovely.  PS it is not to rain this am - I'm leaving washing out!
5
Growing in Greenhouses & Polytunnels / Re: Greenhouse Shading
« Last post by jaydig on Today at 09:05 »
My greenhouse faces the sun directly on one of the long sides, and I only ever need to put shading on this side.  As already said, it depends on the orientation of your own greenhouse.  Try the most obvious side first, and see if it provides enough shade throughout the day. You can always add more if needed.
6
Chatting on the Plot / Re: song link ups
« Last post by snowdrops on Today at 09:02 »
The Hole In The Ground, Bernard Cribbins
7
General Gardening / Re: Plants on go-slow
« Last post by ghost61 on Today at 05:41 »
Sweet corn - 4 out of 50 germinated.  New batch down and zero germinated.  600 peas sown twice now, also a no show - covered up so not mice or birds.  Tomatoes rubbish.  Going to live off onions, potatoes and courgettes, assuming they produce something!  Disastrous year, thankfully the freezers are bursting from last year!
8
Grow Your Own / Re: First crop of the year
« Last post by Stewarty on Yesterday at 23:03 »
Apart from spinach, salad, rhubarb, which we've been cropping for some time, just had our first piucking of outdoor, over-winter broad beans
10
Chatting on the Plot / Re: Morning all :)
« Last post by snowdrops on Yesterday at 21:27 »
I was expecting the heavy rain of the night to continue today but it started to dry up after Id started cleaning,then as it clouded over & began spitting with rain I went a walk up to our sons & ended up bringing our granddaughter back with me for an hour so daddy & grandad could carry on with the lounge renovations, she ended up staying all afternoon. Friend came to visit & then our daughter. Finally got to go to the plot after dinner & did a bit of light weeding, water butts are full again
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10

Page created in 0.045 seconds with 19 queries.

Powered by SMFPacks SEO Pro Mod |