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Today at 15:29:49 by shambasarfi
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Our butternut squash have been very successful this year but we have 3 that have grown extra large, are still very green, whereas the normal ones are almost ready to pick. Will these ever ripen or would it be better to pick them to allow the plant to put in its stregth to develop the smaller ones?
Yesterday at 21:13:36 by Duke Ellington
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I went shopping twice this week. Once to the pound shop and the other to ASDA. On both these trips I have seen women wearing pyjamas! One of them had slippers on. I ask myself ......why....??? Too much trouble to get dressed to go out these days? Is this the latest trend? Have they slept in them all night and day or did they put on clean ones to go to the shops? Does this happen in Waitrose or M&S? I dunno the world is changing too fast.
Yesterday at 16:50:11 by GRACELAND
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Was watching Gardeners world other night and seen the beans borlotti bean
And i have seen them grown around my allotment plot so know there easy to grow
So going to try next year Looks like you grow as you would for Runner /French beand But leave pods to mature and dry out ? Am i right > ?
But was really liking the sound of Montys borlotti beans and sausage casserole So have i got to soak theses beans like dried Kidney beans ?
Or what And what other uses are there Please ?
Yesterday at 14:36:12 by GrannieAnnie
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I hope you find it relaxing and please don't mind the weeds which I cannot keep up with despite trying. I've added some of the grandkiddies in action and their music for the background, shamelessly proud grandma that I am. The dress-up costumes I've had in a trunk since I was a child, the pink one made by my mother for May Day which used to be celebrated by a May Day Court, foot races and May pole dance to music in 6th grade, a practice long gone in the mist of time.
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