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never came back this year

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What a pity. It's a lovely flower.

18 Sep, 2009


thanks for the comment
I hope it comes back and if it doesn't, it will have helped another plant grow
It was my loss but maybe my apples grew bigger
Gardening is very nature orientated and I have chosen to let it happen than trying to mess around with it
It seems to be a learning curve for me
I'm trying to find out what nature needs than trying to control the naural balance
I hope I don't end up lecturing this because it looks like it is seasonal and locational
You will have a good idea of workable and a lot of hard to grow things in your garden
I am trying to get the right plants for bees mainly and all other natural organisms are welcome
I can't say NO to tomato blight, but I have prevented it's spread this year
My greenhouse has remained locked but my outdoor tomatos are 70% still there
I remove any plants looking iffy
I'm drunk
My excuse is no-one interrupted me
and I'm obsessed with learning the nature behind gardening

18 Sep, 2009


thanks GG but something will be there next year ;)
any ideas
or should I get some seed to replace it ?

20 Sep, 2009

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