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Re: Gardeners' World

Reply #285
£20 on a sprinkler, investment of the year that.
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I'm assuming you bought it just before Noah finished building his ark on Monday?

Rubbish, the best time to buy sprinklers is during a Biblical flood, prices go through the floor.
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Reply #288
Our cucumber and aubergine plants have all been overcome by a fungal disease - only got 2 cukes from 5 plants. Spuds haven't done well this year either.

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Reply #289
The first chilli plant to produce fruit is one of the cayennes.

The habaneros are lagging a long way behind all of the other varietals and need to get their sh!t together.
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Reply #290
Sunflowers are going like one-o.
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Reply #291
I've been too busy to properly tend to my roses this year. As a result, the roses in the front garden have a horrible sawfly infestation. In the past couple of years, I kept a close eye on them and prevented the b@stards laying any eggs, but this year, the leaves have been decimated.


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Reply #292
My tumbling tom plant is enormous.