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Ideas for Autumn container displays - our native heather and something from the South African Cape

Pale and interesting – Calluna vulgaris in shades of pale pinks, white and cream. Specimens such as these offer Ideal planting for window boxes and containers providing a long period of interest, alone or partnered with trailing ivy for contrast, baby skimmia rubella, the soon-to-be everywhere cyclamen, violas and pansies, black grasses (Ophiopogon) and heucheras, or (forfend!) a splash of fragrant foliage with lime green confier ‘Wilma’…. 84 more words

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Scene 180 - Impugnatio



October 19th, Friday. The day after Adam and I had decided to investigate the ave outpost where scouts had reported seeing Mitchel.

The attack began at dawn. 3,144 more words


The ENFJ's Soulmate

So it has been said that ENFJ’s soulmate is INFP.

I love the INFPs I know. One such INFP is my secondary schoolmate Ling, now helping me with graphic design for my business. 136 more words


Heathers ablaze on the moor and buzzing with colour

There are three species of heather on Dartmoor and during August they come into flower and when blended with the yellows of the gorse give the moor that glorious look. 80 more words



After a very long break, I’m returning to the blog, starting with this burner by Ling ID GH.

Scene 176 - Monitionem



Okay, so I probably shouldn’t have told Ling about her Blackguard arch-nemesis or whatever helping the aves. I get that. But what else was I supposed to do? 1,943 more words


Capt Lou Black Seabass Fishing Summer Report

Black Seabass Fishing has been red hot all summer especially with Captain Anthony Gillespie behing the wheel ! He will be hosting Full Day 10 – 20 Mile Wreck trips coming up in August, first one starts Monday August 4th from 7am – 4pm Price $75 per adult / $65 per senior ( 65 + ) and Children 12 and under $50 per person includes bait and tackle Rod Rentals $5 per person * Parking is always free here at the Captain Lou Fleet ! 24 more words

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