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  1. #451
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    BASTARD GODFORESAKEN CUNTING SLUGS AND SNAILS A POX ON YOUR FUCKING HOUSES!!!!
    On matchdays, my name is darlowolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonjelly View Post
    BASTARD GODFORESAKEN CUNTING SLUGS AND SNAILS A POX ON YOUR FUCKING HOUSES!!!!
    Not to mention the squirrel who digs up everything in my pots to bury stuff it has nicked off the bird table

  3. #453
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    We're not to bad from a squirrel point of view, suspect the recently acquired cat (hello ruben!) sees to that.

    Have had to sow more toms, and will sow more marigolds too as a result.

    Trying to avoid putting slug pellets down, owing to the aforementioned cat.
    On matchdays, my name is darlowolf

  4. #454
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    On the positive side, the sweet peas are doing well, and a number of peas have sprouted (I love peas, but have never had any luck growing them.)

    I'm away for a couple of days next week. When I come home I'll be starting planting out.
    On matchdays, my name is darlowolf

  5. #455
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    Started ordering seeds, starting to get excited

    #sadsod
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  6. #456
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    what you ordered mate?
    I'll just be sowing most of the contents of the seed tin to finish off what's in there. think I need to get some leeks, but otherwise it'll be what is already in.
    On matchdays, my name is darlowolf

  7. #457
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    Brussel sprouts, carrots, beetroot etc, I'm also going to try sweetcorn, might look at supplying Kellogs
    The tomatoes, cucumber and courgettes I buy as young plants from a local garden centre at bit later on.
    I have 2 friends

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    Haven't started thinking about it yet.

    Working away loads for the next 4-6 months so might just buy tomato plants, courgettes, etc.


    I know my lawn needs a long mow already, a good month before it did last year.

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