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14th April

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by rona, Apr 14, 2011.


  1. rona

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    and I've already had to cut the lawn 4 times :rolleyes:
    What's going on with our weather? :confused:
     
  2. kaz_f

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    Yeah me too! I've done mine about 4. I cut it on Saturday and it needs doing again. My neighbour said that I have started cutting it too early and he said once I do that it'll start growing faster. Is that true? I don't see how it can make any difference, it's a bit like saying if you trim your hair it'll grow faster!

    He says he's leaving his for a few more weeks.
     
  3. canuckjill

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    Trade ya this was my back yard this morning, yesterday it was clear of snow
     

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    Wow it's like wonderland! So beautiful.
     
  5. Fleur

    Fleur Vassal to Lilly and Ludo

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    I should of done mine about 4 times - but haven't done it once yet :eek:

    Jill - I'll trade, I love snow :D
     
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    Ooooh, I want the snow!
    Sadly I just have dirt...with nettles everywhere..:( (must invest in some gardening gloves so I can pull the little b*****s up)
     
  7. canuckjill

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    It's April I'm sick of snow, its so heavy this time of year I will probably lose some big branches off my pussy willows and dog wood..... bring on the real spring any time now Please
     
  8. You could always borrow a couple of sheep Rona!:D
     
  9. rona

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    Muddy would have a full tum :D
     
  10. westie~ma

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    I know the feeling :rolleyes::

    Also this year I've had a load and I mean a load of Sycamore seedlings sprout EVERYWHERE :eek: :mad: :mad:

    Filled two carrier bags full so far :(
     
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    tarmac it then you dont have to cut it:rolleyes:
     
  12. manic rose

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    only done mine once but I prefer it a bit longer, not one for perfectly manicured lawns and borders. am working on a wild flower border with mum and neighbours must think we are pulling up the weeds only to plant more :lol: oh well, sure they have figured out im nuts already!
     
  13. rona

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    :lol::lol:
    Mine not manicured, it's just the boys don't like wet tootsies in the morning :D
     
  14. manic rose

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    aww ......get them some wellies instead? :lol:
     
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    Atleast you have a lawn mower. Ours broke last year and still to get around to getting another. Just need to get our other mowers out to eat the grass.. The guinea pigs!
     
  16. rona

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    Mines 24 this year :D
     
  17. kaz_f

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    It's easier to see the poops if it's short :)
     
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