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March 21, 2019, 11:02:52 by ACE
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I needn't had worried about the early flowers on the broad beans my autumn planted ones are really covered in blooms now. Looking forwards to a good crop of my favourite veg. Plenty of insects buzzing around them as well even a tortoiseshell  butterfly this morning. Every thing is warming up a treat. I also  had an adder catching some rays, I left him alone,  lets hope he repays the favour and eats plenty of slugs
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A few years ago I transplanted some healthy summer raspberries into a new patch. To try to suppress weeds I covered the ground with a few inches of commercial chipped bark. The raspberries all died apart from one or two at the edge which just struggled on. I have twice planted new canes but they have also not survived. In 30 years I have never had any problems with raspberries before. The bark has now rotted away and the weeds are doing very well!

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Can anyone recommend an online source of good quality snowdrops in the green? I'd like to have some snowdrops next year.
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my greenhouses are filling up fast these are just brassicas and lettuce the other two are full of tomato plants and still have another 200 or so to prick out  :tongue3:

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