raked up lots of leaves before tomorrow's expected high winds. Yes I know Several tiddley fish in the main pond plus three frogs. More fish to feed. must be over 100 in there but they won't pose for a pic so I can count them.
When I lived in Surrey two of the most common and tiresome weeds I had to deal with were Alkanet and Marestail. Strangely enough I have never seen either since moving to S. Wales years ago. I suppose my worst weed now is Hairy Bittercress not counting the duckweed in the pond. I know the bittercress is easy to remove but it just gets everywhere and needs constant attention. So what is your worst weed then?
no not at all roofie. I'm used to getting things that don't work straight out the box and I believe vat was on top of stated price. A little better design would have made it more user friendly but I wasn't complaining just saying what I thought in a review.
Bought this online and received it today a day earlier than expected so good there. link However it was actually smaller than I thought, my fault as I didn't check the measurements
Easy enough to put together but the screws supplied were far too small so had to use larger ones. No drainage holes in base but will drill a few tomorrow as I've given it a couple of coats of wood stain which I had . Also put a couple of small washers on the cord to stop it slipping through as only a thumb knot at the ends.
the 'instruction' sheet wasn't much help and I had to do it slightly different but al sorted and ready to hang up tomorrow and if the little perishers ignore it they'll go hungry No doubt when my daughter sees it she'll halfinch it for her birds. ps it was type 3 but no metal in it just wood.