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Today at 11:45:17 by aquilegia
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Is it too late to sow peas? (Nairobi snap peas, to be precise!) I've not grown them for years, but seem to recall they didn't grow well from later sowings. I live in the South East.
Today at 10:54:37 by strawberry1 | Views: 10 | Comments: 0

I have a huge amount of apples on 4 out of my six apple trees. Some have cluster upon cluster of multiple apples. I went out today and decided it was time to take some stress off the trees and give those 4 a helping hand. Hundreds of applets are now in the compost bin. I will wait now for three weeks and then I will do the final thinning, so I get decent apples. The main thing though is the stress on the trees and they need help from me. It will help them to produce another good crop next year
Yesterday at 22:10:45 by brownthumb2 | Views: 32 | Comments: 0

 Why have my yellow flowering Jasmines flowers turned pink this year ?
June 20, 2017, 19:38:41 by caroline7758
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A young bluetit- with wings and feathers but not yet flying, has been on the ground in our garden since yesterday evening. although we have seen an adult coming to feed it, it seems odd the it's out in the open.It was initially in the undergrowth but has been on the lawn all evening today, tweeting away. The RSPB site says t's normal for fledglings to be on the ground before they start flying, but it seems pretty exposed to me. What would you do, if anything?


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