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Great job there Allan.
How many cases of Black Bush should I get him for doing mine?....


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He's been known to look after gardens in some of the properties of Cultra - some of which have football pitch sized gardens.

So - no harm asking, eh? ;)
 
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Let's hope it recovers. Wrong time of year to be scarifying really. It'll be full of weeds in a few weeks. Late autumn or early spring is best.
 

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Just got back today Phil - both lawns look fantastic.

My neighbour did this work a few weeks ago.

He's won awards for his work on golf courses and greens, so I'm sure he knows what he's doing with a lawn
 

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You should ask him for a Brazilian Riggs (y)
It was in his list of options - but I feared you may have gotten over excited.

He does do a mean stripe down the lawn though ;)
 

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dressed the deck....

Madame is having a lady party....the screeching is unreal.

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Will trim the shrubs in the raised flower bed tomorrow.
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Lawns are finally at the stage I've been trying to achieve for years.
 
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Lovely...


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After several seasons of scarifying and feeding/weeding, our lawn isn't looking too shabby nowadays either.





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After carefully "rearing" lots of Cosmos flowering plants from seed this year, (first time ever) they have grown beautifully once potted. But as for flowering, they seem, to say the least, reluctant; so far we have the one:
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After carefully "rearing" lots of Cosmos flowering plants from seed this year, (first time ever) they have grown beautifully once potted. But as for flowering, they seem, to say the least, reluctant; so far we have the one: View attachment 181333
You not speaking to them enough Wilf?

Or are you speaking to them too much? ;)
 

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After carefully "rearing" lots of Cosmos flowering plants from seed this year, (first time ever) they have grown beautifully once potted. But as for flowering, they seem, to say the least, reluctant; so far we have the one: View attachment 181333
why is the term rearing in inverted commas?
 

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Because I am not sure that plants need "rearing", just sowing and watering really. Animals need rearing.
 
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