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Snowdrops at Kingston Lacey

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This might be a story, a place you visited, your area, an anecdote, or a gardening tip.

Send your contribution to:- memberscorner@corfemullengardeningclub.org.uk

Our next gathering is the weekend away to Weald & Downland Museum and Uppark House , Sussex. Sun 8/Mon 9 September  2019.

Next Club meeting:-  19th September 2019 at 7 pm.  “A Year through the Lens” a great evening with Paul Sturgess.

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How true:
Your lawn is always slightly bigger than your desire to mow it.
Whichever garden tool you want is always at the back of the shed.
The only way to ensure rain, is to give the garden a good soaking.
Weeds grow at precisely the rate you pull them out.
Nothing ever looks like it does on the seed packet.
The only way to guarantee some colour all year round is to buy a garden gnome.
How ever bare the lawn, grass will appear in the cracks between the patio paving stones.