Ha ha you just beat me to it.
Thanks Rachel, down here and looking for something interesting to do.
Thanks rachel, was about to put DVD on, it can wait.
Hi Rachel, Just watched Gardens World down here in Spain. Thank God that the format seems to have gone back to its old ways , and no silly tests or trials for guest gardeners..... well not on the first show anyways . Morel Carol and less Toby me thinks , she is so passionate about here craft. Weather in spain bad there is a stotm a coming , but the rain will be warmer
Yeah love Carol too but hate the way she laughs after every sentence so irriitating.
Yea but which one of us here is perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Some gardening at last. That was a good start to the series. Lets see how it pans out!
But didn't their soil look waterlogged? If Alan Titchmarsh had been there he would have said it was too waterlogged for planting!
Only managed to get the last 10 minutes:(
Perfect, need you ask, moi......................
ha ha of course, Fran. Silly me!
darn missed it :(
Missed it too, is it on every week now? Sounds as though it's improved as I had gone off it.
I did get a shock when he watered as I thought it was wet enough but great show better than not having any for so long
I also missed the programme Rachel,but another time.
It's a shame you missed it, John. They were planting raspberries and giving reminders to chit potatoes (no doubt old hat to you). I thought there was quite an equal vegetable/ornamental balance. The last series has been too biased, in my opinion, towards veg. Very glad to hear you're on the mend.
Missed that too, l looked for it on Thursday night!!!
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