Yewbarrow

  • afternoon each, busy morning at church shop, thought weekend weather would have put a lot of visitors off but no, kept coming through that door, lovely to meet so many interesting people too – enjoy your afternoon folks

  • Yewbarrow posted a new activity comment 4 hours, 10 minutes ago

    a gentle start to the day Anne, much appreciated after the weekend, although the sun did come out yesterday afternoon, bit peelyt wally here today but sun is trying, hope the weather fines up for you

    • Hi Jenny … it has a little …tipped it down this morning … Sadie drove through ‘lakes’ at the roadsides!! But it calmed down and now it’s probably as peely wally as chez vous :lol: :rose:

  • Yewbarrow posted an update 1 day, 6 hours ago

    well, that was quite a downpour, almost 24 hrs of rain, hope you are all safe and secure, quieter here today and roads out of town now passable think it will be a quiet day indoors too, enjoy your day folks

  • Yewbarrow posted an update 3 days, 7 hours ago

    morning all from very wet and windy south lakes, bit of shopping and then not sure – no gardening thats for sure – enjoy your day folks and stay out of the wind and rain

  • Yewbarrow posted a new activity comment 3 days, 7 hours ago

    already battened here Jenn, very wet and windy over night

  • Yewbarrow posted a new activity comment 5 days, 5 hours ago

    thanks both, as you say cilla it is not a long lasting one, sorry your OH had it whilst away, I was with son a week before and they all had had it so think the germs came from them, grandchildren do give you unconditional love but a heck of a lot of germs too – ha ha!

    • Eh well, Am here with three, soon to be four when she comes home from college for the weekend , grandchildren… for the moment am enjoying the love :love: HAGE Jenny … hope you and Cilla have been feeling better today :love: :rose:

  • Yewbarrow posted an update 6 days, 2 hours ago

    afternoon folks, full of cold so not very active today, going to GC presently to get some john innes 3 to plant some carrot seed in the greenhouse, hopefully an early picking of carrots in Spring. the sun is trying its best after a rather damp morning, spent morning with daughter, took her to her session with her psychiatric nurse, not the best of…[Read more]

    • Oh Jenny … how very difficult for you :love: :rose:
      You wrap up and keep warm and drink lots of water, and at least keep yourself as well as possible.
      I wish you bon courage and send virtual hugs :clover: :rose:

    • Hello Jenny. Sorry to hear about your cold. OH caught his up in Arnside and I caught it a week later but it only lasted a day so I hope yours disappears as quickly. Sorry to hear about your daughter also. it must be very worrying for you. Hugs from me too. :rose:

      • thanks both, as you say cilla it is not a long lasting one, sorry your OH had it whilst away, I was with son a week before and they all had had it so think the germs came from them, grandchildren do give you unconditional love but a heck of a lot of germs too – ha ha!

        • Eh well, Am here with three, soon to be four when she comes home from college for the weekend , grandchildren… for the moment am enjoying the love :love: HAGE Jenny … hope you and Cilla have been feeling better today :love: :rose:

  • Yewbarrow posted a new activity comment 6 days, 2 hours ago

    didn’t make it outside Anne, afternoon went very cold and very windy brrrrrr! stayed inside and kept warm

    • oh shame Jenny … you do seem to be getting some pretty lousy weather your way…excessive watering methinks!!! :bad: Bon courage :love: :rose:

  • Yewbarrow replied to the topic delphiniums in the forum Gardening Questions 6 days, 2 hours ago

    sounds like a plan cilla will give it a try, thanks

  • have grown some delphiniums from seed this year, now have some good plants in flowerpots – do I overwinter them in the pots or should I plant them out so that they get established a bit before next spring?

  • Yewbarrow posted an update 1 week, 1 day ago

    morning all, after a terrific autumnal day yesterday, brilliant sunshine, time out in the garden and on the plot, today not quite the same, bit peely-wally, sun sort of shining, but might get outside when it warms up a bit, first frost (or visible one) last night – enjoy your day folks

  • Yewbarrow posted an update 1 week, 3 days ago

    morning all, another wet day here, yesterday was pants, rain all day and it looks the same today me thinks, no plans today (yet) will take it as it comes, off to do a bit of shopping first and then see what I fancy doing – enjoy your day folks

  • Yewbarrow posted a new activity comment 1 week, 5 days ago

    managed it yesterday afternoon, they are all washed and sitting in the conservatory

  • Yewbarrow posted an update 2 weeks ago

    afternoon folks, just had a shower of rain – beginning to think I’m not meant to go to the allotment to gather my squashes – busy morning at the church shop – schools day today so 5 lots of year 6 primary school classes in the church for activities – plus a lot of visitors too – ears still ringing a bit – ha ha enjoy the rest of your day you all

  • Yewbarrow posted a new activity comment 2 weeks ago

    we have a little one but not big enough to give us many apples, son has a very mature cooking apple tree, chutney made yesterday, it rained so didn’t get to the allotment – never mind sun is shining today – enjoy your day Anne

    • Hi Jenny … yes, we had a lovely old one at the Pres, but it’s just a graceful, wooden statue now.
      I’d like a slim one with cooking apples on it :confused: :lol: don’t think it exists :lol:

  • great picture Anne, we have a very old variety of michlemas daisy in the garden, an absolute thug in that it creeps along the ground and would take over if I let it, but the bees, hoverflies etc just love it at this time of the year, so whenever I try to control it I always leave some behind just for them

  • Yewbarrow posted an update 2 weeks, 1 day ago

    morning all, bit grey and damp here, hope to bring squashes back from plot this afternoon, let them riipen off here at home before the frosts get going. Came back from visit to son and family with a load of apples so a bit more chutney me thinks, could open a shop the amount I have made this year – ha ha, sure it will all get eaten, enjoy your day folks

    • Hallo Jenny …. I must try to fit in an apple tree somewhere!!! :lol: Have a good Sunday :rose:

      • we have a little one but not big enough to give us many apples, son has a very mature cooking apple tree, chutney made yesterday, it rained so didn’t get to the allotment – never mind sun is shining today – enjoy your day Anne

        • Hi Jenny … yes, we had a lovely old one at the Pres, but it’s just a graceful, wooden statue now.
          I’d like a slim one with cooking apples on it :confused: :lol: don’t think it exists :lol:

  • the good old victorians brought it to this country and I have always known it as it grew on the banks of the River Mole in Surrey, but it had not escaped to the extent it has today

  • Yewbarrow replied to the topic Dripping honey! in the forum Group logo of BeesBees 3 weeks ago

    the chalet we stayed in back in May near Malvern had wild bees going in and out of the roof, I hope nobody disturbed them, often wonder if the roof is dripping with honey

  • Yewbarrow posted an update 3 weeks ago

    morning all, holiday over, had a lovely time, visiting lots of familiar places and good helping of nostalgia, weather not bad, caught the gales and wind towards the end of our stay but did not stop us doing things, pleased with plot when I got back, sweetcorn is the best I have ever grown, big cobs and so sweet and runner beans were still putting…[Read more]

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