Red Filbert has attractive red leaves and produces small but very tasty nuts

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Drought? What Drought?

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Park + Puddles + Long Haired Dog = Mud All Over House.
30th Mar 2006, 13:29   | tags:,,,,comments (10)


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So, do yo think that this 'ere anti-mouse thingy is

Pass the custard

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The best thing about living in this part of Yorkshire?
Perfect rhubarb conditions. Yummy yummy yummy!
27th Mar 2006, 21:30   | tags:,,comments (28)

Poorly Dog? Not likely!

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Mainly for Daughter No. 1.

As you can see, she is not acting her age as she
chased a ball round the garden this morning, and just
after a bath as well!

Spring Srunged

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A crocus for JokerXL, a purple flower for everyone
(hoping someone will remind me what is i have
forgotten) and a lone daffodil.There are many more daffadowndillies in the garden,
but this one is in a very sheltered spot and is
further on than the others

Poorly Fuchsia

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Took this pic last week when i thought she might not
pull through But now she is well again and enjoying
all the extra attention
23rd Mar 2006, 21:51   | tags:,,comments (18)

For Kostika

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I followed your recipe for American biscuits. I think
i made them a bit thick. they are like a very soft
scone, very nice i have to say. they would make a
good cobbler

I married a Mummy

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(The Stripper)

So now the bandage is due to come off, to reveal the
'new and improved' leg of Mr. FilbertFox
19th Mar 2006, 20:31   comments (8)