I am. I just fancy old women.
This is brilliant.
I did a rare actual LOL.
He digs (large) round holes too.
Is that a colostomy bag ?
dog man bag
Its a washing tablet net bag that contains unused poo bags attached to his zippy dog lead stuffed in his harness. He's a runner but just about controllable "off" the lead like this.
Don't you have a few bits of artificial lawn left over that you could mulch with ?
Anyone know what this is? It's moved into my garden and now I'm seeing them out in the wild as well:
Loads of them in Burgess Park. I like them, interested to know what they are too.
i have these in my garden
yellow primrose i believe
Thanks - seems potentially an invader:
I deliberately caused an invasion of Evening Primrose in my garden and I like it. They do smell lovely once the sun's gone down but they do seed easily though.
Why the nettles in the ditch?
Nettles are an excellent compost material and their presence are a good sign of soil fertility.
Careful when you cut them down because butterflies love them = home.
just noticed that a rat has set up home in my compost heap. cheeky **** isn't paying rent. summary eviction?
I think I may I have liberty cap magic mushrooms growing in my lawn. Very early in the year for them, but still.
Not ideal with two kids.
Any idea of how I can control them?
Yes, child control can be difficult.
Send them to boarding school.
Eat the mushrooms.
I took the lid off my heap and a rat jumped out and used my chest as a springboard to leap into the hedge. I had to stand there for a few minutes to gather my thoughts.
pics please mashton
pick them and pass them on surely
If you put food waste, (rather than just peelings/pods/outer leaves etc), in your compost bins, you need to set them on a rat-proof base.
Mine are on top of old-style Council 50mm x 600 x 600mm paving slabs.
You don't want to lift them too many times.
How does everyone winter their Citrus trees? We were gifted a supermarket spec 'indoor' Lemon tree as a housewarming gift. It was on deaths door. Now after 3 months in a large pot and those recent 30deg days, we have some new leaves and some flowers. I'm worried that it will get fucked by our winter temps. What do you do?
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