Sunflower competition
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(19-10-2020, 09:07 AM)JJB Wrote: I agree Veggie, kale look really great, competition standard.  SC how do you keep pigeons and insects at bay?  My kale under mesh is still hokey and yellowing.
What pigeons? Insects have a bit of a nibble.
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Wot no pigeons! Ah but I bet you have midges Smile. I got eaten alive yesterday, some even bit me down my drawers!
I'm not aging, I just need repotting
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(19-10-2020, 11:29 AM)JJB Wrote: Wot no pigeons!  Ah but I bet you have midges Smile.  I got eaten alive yesterday, some even bit me down my drawers!
Yeah we have millions of those hungry little buggers  Big Grin .
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(19-10-2020, 11:29 AM)JJB Wrote: Wot no pigeons!  Ah but I bet you have midges Smile.  I got eaten alive yesterday, some even bit me down my drawers!
Down your Baggy bloomers?  Big Grin

Which reminds me.....isn't Chest of Drawers a strange expression?  Huh
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Actually they bit me where 'you park your bike'! Bending over obviously exposed ripe flesh Big Grin. About the only creature that would dare go there.
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    ..............or a blue birdSmile
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Bluebird is looking for the midges! Smile just in the right place. Luckily the bites don't last long, not like some critters that bite in the garden, you can be scratching for days.
I'm not aging, I just need repotting
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