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Billybop replied to Luke brooks's discussion What’s your tipple
"Yes I'm with Honey Bagger on this, it's so refreshing that home made elderflower lemonade even when served slightly warm and cloudy. But I prefer the hoppy type of IPA's or medium to high strength lager. Red wine in the long winter evenings…"
27 minutes ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Has this fell off my mower?
"It doesn’t look like a mower part to me.
Some years ago lady customer told me off, her husband had just bought a brand new Porsche and when I found a nut on their drive I gave it to their young son and told him to ask his dad if it had fell off his…"
38 minutes ago
John F replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Has this fell off my mower?
"It looks like a part off a sewing machine but could be wrong ! 
or perhaps off a upvc multipoint door lock system 
 
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52 minutes ago
Fleur Voice posted a blog post
  STIHL has launched the new HTA 66 and HTA 86, updating its range of lightweight and powerful cordless pole pruners, designed for both domestic users, as well as landscaping and gardening professionals and arborists.Replacing the popular HTA 65 and…
1 hour ago
Andrew Betteridge posted a discussion
You know the feeling, you are part way through mowing a lawn and you see a small aluminium part that looks like it could have fell off your mower, but you cannot decide what it is, it doesn’t help that it has grass stains on it.So is it part of my…
2 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Luke brooks's discussion What’s your tipple
"Elderflower lemonade out of a comfort bottle!😂
No no IPA "
4 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"The twine last's a year before it degrades. This ones for everlasting sweet pea. Still have to tie in a bit."
4 hours ago
Ben Pritchard replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Ah, I see more clearly now. I did have doubts that string dangling from a single wire would have the strength to last a season, or to support clematis, but this works for me."
5 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
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6 hours ago
Glen Stillman replied to Luke brooks's discussion What’s your tipple
"Red and liquidy for me......no not red diesel, wine or port. Or the occasional cloudy cider. "
7 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Ian Cambridge, Course Manager at Saffron Walden Golf Club in Cambridge, has revealed how the correct advice, seed, and nutritional products from ICL have been integral in helping the fairways recover from drought.The infamous drought of 2018 proved…
10 hours ago
Will replied to OJH's discussion when do you cut hedges?
"You should start by reducating cat owners.
The RSPB estimate that cats kill 27miillion birds during spring and summer."
10 hours ago
PGM replied to Luke brooks's discussion What’s your tipple
"Anything by BrewDog 🍺, a G&T 🍸 or an Old Fashioned 🥃"
10 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Luke brooks's discussion What’s your tipple
"Ale here too, except when I'm back in Ireland then its the black stuff!!!.its very common here in Belgium to be offered beer by the client during very hot weather. 
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10 hours ago
Mjc replied to Samantha B's discussion Gardening after appendix surgery
"I had my appendix out 3 years ago right in the middle of summer. Had 2 weeks off but it was right in grass cutting season, fortunately my dad and another local chap were able to help me out for a couple of weeks until I could take over. Of course I…"
12 hours ago
Mjc replied to Luke brooks's discussion What’s your tipple
"Bitter for me and some pork scratchings for my labrador. "
12 hours ago
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Gardening after appendix surgery

Hi,This is perhaps a weird question, but I have just had my appendix out and I'm trying to work out when it would be safe to start working again (I'm a gardener). I keep reading conflicting advice on websites and most of them say after 2 weeks but…

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