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At 6:46 on April 21, 2017, Wal Rutherford said…

Andrew, Thank you for the welcome, alcoholic ginger beer, brings back some memories. I see you are into recipes as well. We should have many conversations.

At 18:19 on April 14, 2017, Susan said…

Hi Andy,  I was wondering about the recipe for the baked madagascar bean/tomato dish that you had at the christmas garden visit.  I tried looking for it but couldn't find it.  Do you mind sharing??

Thanks :)

At 11:15 on April 9, 2017, Suzanne said…
Thank you , I will have a look and see what is about . We have some fruit trees and some raised garden beds , potatoes are in at the moment .
At 11:38 on March 26, 2017, Karmen said…

Thanks for your welcome, Andrew; 


At 20:21 on March 21, 2017, Melissa said…

Thanks Andrew!  I reckon I will love it here too. I am looking forward to wandering around the site and then getting involved in things.


At 19:41 on February 28, 2017, Julie Migliorisi said…

Thank You.  I am looking forward to meeting you all. 

At 6:04 on February 27, 2017, christopher zane hart said…

thank you for your welcome ,Andrew. The group has grown a lot.

At 22:25 on February 4, 2017, Cecilia Nunez said…

Thanks for your welcome, Andrew.  

At 17:08 on January 18, 2017, elizabeth shaw said…

oh, that is a shame, I had some notes, and blog posts that I was keen to refer back to. It is odd how most mentions of me and most of my comments on the blogs of others have disappeared too, but there are a few little ghost trails

At 15:39 on January 18, 2017, elizabeth shaw said…

Thank you Andrew, it is good to be back.

Do you know why my previous account was wiped? and if it is retrievable?

At 16:14 on December 26, 2016, Cleone Craddock said…

Thank you, Andrew.

At 0:30 on November 30, 2016, Ayton Farm said…

Thanks very much Andrew

At 13:10 on November 24, 2016, Prem Akhil said…

Thanks Andrew. I look forward to interact with other members.

At 11:39 on November 23, 2016, Joe Wang said…


At 9:12 on November 22, 2016, Caroline said…
Thank you very much Andrew :)
At 20:24 on November 7, 2016, Lee Rowe said…

Thanks, I did go to the garden visit at Parkridge and found it very informative. I won't be doing any more visits now until Autumn so sorry will not be able to make it to your open garden. Hopefully when the weather is cooler I might be able to make it, if you hold another one. I'm still getting used to this site, it took me until now to work out how to answer you.

At 18:16 on November 6, 2016, Gwenneth Lippiatt said…

Thank you very much! I spent quite a bit of time exploring the site this afternoon.  I did belong to the group, but must have got lost somehow.  I have joined up with a couple of groups and hope I can contribute also.  

(I notice someone else had a similar experience to me).

At 14:08 on November 4, 2016, Lee Rowe said…

Thanks Andrew, I am looking forward to visiting other peoples gardens and swapping ideas.

At 20:38 on October 28, 2016, Karen said…

Thank you for your welcome Andrew.

At 20:40 on October 27, 2016, russell john poor said…

Thank you for the welcome Andrew. I will be having a look around the different sites for awhile.

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