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Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Zigs, Apr 23, 2017.

  1. Zigs

    Zigs Ginger Admin Staff Member

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    Big thing that a Swallow dropped. Buyer collects.DSCI0002 (28).JPG
     
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      pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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      What are we actually looking at, the wheel barrow or the rhubarb?
       
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        No the girt spikey thing at 45 degrees that just turned up :hate-shocked:

        Might try to make rush lights out of it if I can find a sheep to boil up :phew:
         
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          pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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          Oh, I thought it was a weed.
           
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            No, pete, that's Weed in between Bill and Ben.:dunno::heehee:
             
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              It`s that :mute:awful:mute: sedge grass I think he`s flogging, I get loads of that, so much I am thinking of potting it into small pots and car booting it for £1 a pot, £2.50 in garden centres.
               
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                Cor, I've got one of those in the middle of where I'm going to grow Pumpkins this year, I didn't realise they were valuable.

                I can do it for only 25p complete with bonus bramble, buyer digs it up and removes this week. No offers. Cash on collection.

                N.B. 7 Up bottle partially filled with petrol not included.

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                  It looks like the grass I call "Soft Grass" which I use, sparingly, along my pond. If so, then it can be a bit of a thug if left out of control. I regularly divide it to keep it in bounds. Having said that it is useful being such a aggressive grower in that it needs and extracts a lot of excess nutrients out of the pond water helping to keep it clear.:coffee::snorky:
                   
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