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Today at 22:01:47 by Borlotti
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Dulcie got his photo in my knitting magazine again, and I gave it to the emergency vet tonight.  He did a wee(not the vet) in the living room, which is most unusual, been clean for 8 years but in a way good he is not blocked again, rather not on the carpet.  He has been sleeping in the bath, wash basin on the fridge/freezer.  Rang the vet and said he may have a temperature so is trying to get cool.  Got an appointment for tomorrow, but after OH seeing me crying in the garden, said get the emergency vet at Barnet. So he got the car out, no fish and chips tonight, in fact no dinner. Apparently Dulcie is not blocked as did a poo and wee in the car (don't suppose you want to know that) and is temperature was OK, so he is back home.  Only cost me 240. but at least I will sleep easy tonight.  NO MORE ANIMALS. He may have an infection, so is on tablets for 2 weeks and can only have the vets food.
Today at 21:00:06 by Nora42
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I am the parent of two teenage children and I seem to spend my life warning them on the perils of being influenced by what they watch on TV and view on line. My daughter and I watched gardeners world this week and today I have been in the garden mixing up leaf mould coir and vermiculite and splitting an Astrantia plant. what are you doing she asked me - I am propagating perennials in summer just like Monty did last night. well she said - I think you are being influenced to much by what you see on gardeners world. Out of the mouths of babes. And she's quite right, anything Monty does I can do too!
Today at 19:04:08 by caroline7758
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I took some cuttings from my fuchsias a few weeks back and although they are still tiny, they are sprouting tiny flower buds. I presume i should nip these out, but does it also mean that I did something wrong?
Today at 15:08:26 by caroline7758
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Is there any point watering potatoes after they have stopped flowering? I dug up some Charlotte day and the soil was very dry. Wondered if it was watering the rest in the hope of a better crop, but don't want to waste water!


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