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TOPIC: JK's roses
#1925
andrew

JK's roses 14 Years, 7 Months ago  
JK are your flowers still still blooming on your house?
By the spring you are going to have a beautiful garden.<br><br>Post edited by: JK2006, at: 2006/03/17 12:45
 
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#1942
Thank you Andrew 14 Years, 7 Months ago  
Nothing has yet flowered but I'm hoping for a burst of colour as the spring arrives!
 
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#1945
andrew

Re:Thank you Andrew 14 Years, 7 Months ago  
I hope so; what you described last time about your house with flowers it would be a great shame if it was only temporary.

But it is early yet and seeds are very cheap, and some birds might drop some. we got some plants that the birds have dropped.
 
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Interesting Andrew; BBC News just had a feature on late Spring... 14 Years, 7 Months ago  
Apparently nobody has blooming flowers yet (too cold) but they reckon Spring will arrive with a vengeance within a few weeks.
 
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#1955
andrew

Re:Interesting Andrew; BBC News just had a feature on late Spring... 14 Years, 7 Months ago  
I hope so JK it is depressing down here
 
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#1956
Martin K

Re:Interesting Andrew; BBC News just had a feature on late Spring... 14 Years, 7 Months ago  
When we came back from last nights gig, which was a return visit, the weather was as cold as a winter I spent in Belgium, even more concerning, climaticaly, is that the last time I was at the same venue, it was in December.
Nothing has come up in my garden at all yet, and it is absolutely soaked.
I put sweet williams in the ground last year, which should flower soon, and at least bridge the gap.
 
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