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Great site

Just wanted to say i am so glad to find this site its great, most of all theres a...

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adamg40

10 Feb, 2009
Adamg40

How does growing by the moon work

Plants are affected by the waxing (getting bigger) and waning (getting smaller) of...

6 comments

moon_grower

10 Feb, 2009
Moon_grower

Weather

Fortunately we actually got both the moon bed and the control bed dug over before...

4 comments

moon_grower

10 Feb, 2009
Moon_grower

Growing with the Moon

Hi and welcome to my blog on growing with the moon’s cycle. Over the year I plan...

7 comments

moon_grower

10 Feb, 2009
Moon_grower

Rabbit Damage

Is it only Apple trees that Rabbits have been damaging ? Up the lane leading to our...

7 comments

amy

10 Feb, 2009
Amy

In times of drought and soaring temperatures, Aussie koalas get thirsty!

I had to share this. Saw this today doing the rounds of the email network at work...

13 comments

bernieh

10 Feb, 2009
Bernieh

my dogs and me

just a few pictures of my hounds .the oldest is jerry (springer) whos 10 this year.then...

33 comments

noseypotter

9 Feb, 2009
Noseypotter

I need help from the GOY members

Hi GOY members .Can any of you KNITT?You all are very artistic Knitting is very artist...

40 comments

donnah

9 Feb, 2009
Donnah

Coincindences

Yesterday I was shocked to find this broken branch Of Choisya ternata, weighed down...

7 comments

Poaannua

9 Feb, 2009
Poaannua

Lilly of the valley

Can I grow lilly of the valley in alarge pot of sandy soil?

2 comments

johnnygreen

9 Feb, 2009
Johnnygreen

Apologetic Entry

This is just a quick blog entry to apologize to everyone who has made comments or...

4 comments

Wolf

9 Feb, 2009
Wolf

ROYAL MAIL STAMP ISSUES Blog. # 13.

Royal Mail Stamps Darwin (February) and Endangered Plants (May) Two very interesting...

11 comments

terratoonie

9 Feb, 2009
Terratoonie

welcome

Thankyou to those who have made me welcome. I am just about getting the hang of the...

5 comments

frenchgardener

9 Feb, 2009
Frenchgarde..

My Frozen Flower Boarders,Are Yours like this 2 ?

Been Days since a Good Thawing & its still Frozen Solid In This Pic u can...

28 comments

jacque

9 Feb, 2009
Jacque

My granddaughter the genius gardener!

My eldest granddaughter came to town just over a fortnight ago-she was only here...

12 comments

bernieh

9 Feb, 2009
Bernieh

Pruning

It's pruning time in Texas, at least it is in Houston and I have to admit pruning...

7 comments

Raquel

9 Feb, 2009
Raquel

Wellie skiing

Aaah well, another freezing weekend, couldnt do anything in the garden and my green...

5 comments

The_Norfolk_Shed

8 Feb, 2009
The_norfolk..

Returning to the garden.... Spring is on its way :-)

Hello fellow GOYers.... Long time no blog for me!! I have started pottering about...

5 comments

A_JH

8 Feb, 2009
A_jh

Mike C's Blog (18) Cabin Fever

Hello everyone, I'm sorry that I've been on the silent side for a while now. We are...

26 comments

MikeC

8 Feb, 2009
Mikec

Feeling a bit down.

I have just gone through Marguerite's photos which have cheered me up enormously-beautiful...

10 comments

Gee19

8 Feb, 2009
Gee19

How does my garden grow? With great difficulty.

Because I live and work on the river Avon in Worcestershire gardening can be a great...

7 comments

sophiejo

8 Feb, 2009
Sophiejo

Cracking Camellias

Just before Christmas, I wrote a blog on some of the most commonly encountered mahonias;...

9 comments

AndrewR

7 Feb, 2009
Andrewr

Thanks everybody for your responce to my blog

Thanks everybody for your great communication and idea's the ground at present is...

2 comments

mrs_pickles

7 Feb, 2009
Mrs_pickles

what a wonderful day.

They promised sun and by mid morning it had arrived. Out I shot, and, wrapped up...

4 comments

hillyc

7 Feb, 2009
Hillyc

BRAINSTORM.

Well there I was sitting looking out at the garden this morning (still feeling a...

9 comments

sue_sullivan

7 Feb, 2009
Sue_sullivan

New plants and favourites

During the week I ordered some new plants for the garden. Some Primula Aurcula Some...

11 comments

treesandthings

7 Feb, 2009
Treesandthi..

Yuma Arizona

Well here I am again, chatting to you, but it does not matter what I do my photos...

20 comments

doon

6 Feb, 2009
Doon

RUFFLED FEATHERS

I have a small number of collared doves who visit the garden daily (except on the...

17 comments

Gee19

6 Feb, 2009
Gee19

Dahlias - lamenting the old and welcoming the new.

With all those hard frosts we've had this winter, the weatherman said the other day...

32 comments

Sid

6 Feb, 2009
Sid

The beauty and resilience of glorious bamboo in the Devon snow at Winsford Walled Gardens

I've been growing various varieties of bamboo like the phyllostachys below for ten...

7 comments

Muddywellies

6 Feb, 2009
Muddywellies

Alnwick Garden

My first visit of the year, on January 17 2009. I had a bad cold and had been off...

3 comments

kniphofia

6 Feb, 2009
Kniphofia

note

Just want to say thankyou all so much for your kind words and thoughts thanks again

6 comments

jewells

5 Feb, 2009
Jewells

EGYPTION GEESE AND BABIES

Not strictly gardening I know, but they are very close to my house. I've been watching...

9 comments

ginellie

5 Feb, 2009
Ginellie

* GNOME* As in Garden Gnome

I found out yesterday that Gnome is an abbreviated version of Guarding Naturally...

29 comments

amy

5 Feb, 2009
Amy

waiting for Morning..

Day before yesterday morning was warm for a winters morning...so spring like..I sat...

65 comments

CatFinch

5 Feb, 2009
Catfinch

where and how

ok i realy need some help i realy do not no where to start or what to do... wht i...

8 comments

noxinorkney

5 Feb, 2009
Noxinorkney

any idea's wellcome

Hi everyone, I am trying to develope a piece of land behind our society cabine; it...

3 comments

mrs_pickles

5 Feb, 2009
Mrs_pickles

Find of the week.

Having had to walk to work on Monday due to all the snow and no public transport,...

21 comments

sue_sullivan

4 Feb, 2009
Sue_sullivan

Blue sky for Marguerite

I promised Marguerite a picture of Blue Sky...although ours is cold and crisp...today,...

23 comments

Janey

4 Feb, 2009
Janey

....................Sowing Seeds........................

Always Read Your Seed Packets/Boxes Before You Even Start 2 Sow The Seeds As This...

27 comments

jacque

4 Feb, 2009
Jacque

Freddie Sunbathing

Poor Freddie must be suffering, as we all are in this freezing weather. I spotted...

14 comments

milky

4 Feb, 2009
Milky

Cornish garden

Here are a few photos of my mother's Cornish garden. She and my father have worked...

26 comments

elke

4 Feb, 2009
Elke

Have you ever seen the rain?

While parts of the UK are covered in snow, parts of North Queensland are covered...

18 comments

bernieh

4 Feb, 2009
Bernieh

A funny memory.

I used to work at Heathrow Airport and eighteen years ago when we had the last snowfalls...

14 comments

wagger

3 Feb, 2009
Wagger

Sowing seeds today

Hello everyone......I was surprised this morning, we had a vivid blue sky and hardly...

14 comments

Janey

3 Feb, 2009
Janey

Snow!

Hello everyone Just been uploading photos of our worst snowfall for 13 years here...

12 comments

gwendas

3 Feb, 2009
Gwendas

What I've been up to this winter.

The weather has been cold, wet, and even snowy this year and I'm very much a fair...

20 comments

madmum

3 Feb, 2009
Madmum

Winter Interest in the Garden - part 5 - Architectural Plants

Yes, we've had snow, too-a bit unexpected in the coastal strip of Somerset. This...

30 comments

spritzhenry

3 Feb, 2009
Spritzhenry

I'm envious

Everyone seemed to have more snow than me and some of you certainly don't seem to...

13 comments

Gee19

3 Feb, 2009
Gee19

Every Cloud..........

Like most of England snow fell in our area yesterday. The garden immediately looked...

11 comments

toto

3 Feb, 2009
Toto