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PostSubject: My garden   Mon May 27, 2013 11:11 am

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..grows a bit like this.





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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Thu May 24, 2018 11:26 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , Hi Berni, Recently I saw that Mr Bricolage in Dobrich carry PVA in 1,2 and 3kg tubs. If there is a branch in Silistra it may be worth a look

Hi Si just to say I called into Mr B in Dobrich and found the PVA so bought a 3kg tub.  Thank you so much.  g g

Well done Berni. I hope you found Mr Bricolage in Dobrich helpful, I certainly have over the years I have been going there
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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Fri May 25, 2018 7:28 am

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , Hi Berni, Recently I saw that Mr Bricolage in Dobrich carry PVA in 1,2 and 3kg tubs. If there is a branch in Silistra it may be worth a look

Hi Si just to say I called into Mr B in Dobrich and found the PVA so bought a 3kg tub.  Thank you so much.  g g

Well done Berni. I hope you found Mr Bricolage in Dobrich helpful, I certainly have over the years I have been going there
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Yes Willow they were very helpful went straight to the glue section did not even have to explain what I wanted it for. Very good indeed. Thanks Guys

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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Sun May 27, 2018 11:14 am

Good afternoon all. I have a question please. I have cut back the celery and the parsley plants and have lots left. I destemed, washed, dried and froze a few bags but still have lots more on the stems so I was thinking! could I tie them together and hang them to dry out. Would they dry out or just wilt and die? if so could you please tell me how to dry out herbs. Thanks a million

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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Sun May 27, 2018 11:27 am

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Good afternoon all.  I have a question please.  I have cut back the celery and the parsley plants and have lots left.  I destemed, washed, dried and froze a few bags but still have lots more on the stems so I was thinking! could I tie them together and hang them to dry out. Would they dry out or just wilt and die?  if so could you please tell me how to dry out herbs. Thanks a million  

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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Sun May 27, 2018 11:57 am

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Good afternoon all.  I have a question please.  I have cut back the celery and the parsley plants and have lots left.  I destemed, washed, dried and froze a few bags but still have lots more on the stems so I was thinking! could I tie them together and hang them to dry out. Would they dry out or just wilt and die?  if so could you please tell me how to dry out herbs. Thanks a million  

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T Willow that is very useful indeed and further on in the video it shows you can dry herbs in the microwave too brilliant.....

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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Sun May 27, 2018 2:23 pm

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Good afternoon all.  I have a question please.  I have cut back the celery and the parsley plants and have lots left.  I destemed, washed, dried and froze a few bags but still have lots more on the stems so I was thinking! could I tie them together and hang them to dry out. Would they dry out or just wilt and die?  if so could you please tell me how to dry out herbs. Thanks a million  

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T  Willow that is very useful indeed and further on in the video it shows you can dry herbs in the microwave too  brilliant.....

OK tried the drying in the microwave and it worked perfectly, had to leave longer than 30 seconds each time mind but it did the job and of the massive 5 bunches I cut to dry out this is what I made, not a lot but at least can always add more.


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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Sun May 27, 2018 2:28 pm

I tried the microwave drying and this is the result from 5 massive bunches of celery.  Will do this with all the herbs from now on.

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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Mon May 28, 2018 1:23 pm

Wow!  this would get the neighbours talking La

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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Fri Jun 01, 2018 9:24 am

Now you guys know I am not a gardner and I usually only buy plastic plants and I grow them very well La   Well surprise, surprise look at my garden of real roses I planted last year.  I cannot believe it

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PostSubject: Re: My garden   Wed Jun 20, 2018 3:21 pm

The frame has gone up for the new leanto woodshed, Now doing the floor level the ground and putting pallets down filling in the gaps then the wood will stack nicely on top. Wwe bought Onduline panels for the roof. little by litte we will get there as it is far too hot to be working outside after noon.

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