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  2. wiseowl
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    Felco FEL2 Model 2 Original Secateurs

    Well you let him think that then @Jenny namaste . Be like me. My youngest grandson who is a young man now and thinking of his own home etc. And I have been told to leave all my gardening gear to...
    Well you let him think that then @Jenny namaste . Be like me. My youngest grandson who is a young man now and thinking of his own home etc. And I have been told to leave all my gardening gear to him in my will!! :heehee: :imphrt: He would also like my cottage too!! :wub2: Love that boy !
    Well you let him think that then @Jenny namaste . Be like me. My youngest grandson who is a young man now and thinking of his own home etc. And I have been told to leave all my gardening gear to him in my will!! :heehee: :imphrt: He would also like my cottage...
    Well you let him think that then @Jenny namaste . Be like me. My youngest grandson who is a young man now and thinking of his own home etc. And I have been told to leave all my gardening gear to...
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  4. NessaJ70

    Recommendations for petrol strimmer

    what is your brush cutter? You will be looking at the light stuff from Stihl for that sort of price like the fs40. What type of work is this going to be doing?
    what is your brush cutter? You will be looking at the light stuff from Stihl for that sort of price like the fs40. What type of work is this going to be doing?
    what is your brush cutter? You will be looking at the light stuff from Stihl for that sort of price like the fs40. What type of work is this going to be doing?
    what is your brush cutter? You will be looking at the light stuff from Stihl for that sort of price like the fs40. What type of work is this going to be doing?
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  5. Janet mahay

    Pressure washer

    I have a Nilfisk pressure wash as well. They are a touch heavy, but not half as much hard work as scrubbing with a brush.
    I have a Nilfisk pressure wash as well. They are a touch heavy, but not half as much hard work as scrubbing with a brush.
    I have a Nilfisk pressure wash as well. They are a touch heavy, but not half as much hard work as scrubbing with a brush.
    I have a Nilfisk pressure wash as well. They are a touch heavy, but not half as much hard work as scrubbing with a brush.
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  6. Webmaster

    Kent and Stowe digging spade ..... Snapped !

    Thank goodness as that was definitely a faulty one I would have said and like Pete never seen one go like that before, but there must have been tension there if it went bang when it snapped.....
    Thank goodness as that was definitely a faulty one I would have said and like Pete never seen one go like that before, but there must have been tension there if it went bang when it snapped.. Thank goodness no injuries..! :yikes:
    Thank goodness as that was definitely a faulty one I would have said and like Pete never seen one go like that before, but there must have been tension there if it went bang when it snapped.. Thank goodness no injuries..! :yikes:
    Thank goodness as that was definitely a faulty one I would have said and like Pete never seen one go like that before, but there must have been tension there if it went bang when it snapped.....
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  7. lolimac
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    What is your favorite/most useful garden tool ?

    My favorite garden tool is one that I don't lose, old age or just dopey or perhaps a bit of each.
    My favorite garden tool is one that I don't lose, old age or just dopey or perhaps a bit of each.
    My favorite garden tool is one that I don't lose, old age or just dopey or perhaps a bit of each.
    My favorite garden tool is one that I don't lose, old age or just dopey or perhaps a bit of each.
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  8. wiseowl

    New Border Spade

    Good afternoon @Marley Farley my friend I purchased this one as I did take notice of your advice and went for Spear and jackson" I just liked the feel and balance of it(ie our friend @Verdun good...
    Good afternoon @Marley Farley my friend I purchased this one as I did take notice of your advice and went for Spear and jackson" I just liked the feel and balance of it(ie our friend @Verdun good advice and so thank you to both of you,much appreciated my friends,and thank you @Clare G thank you...
    Good afternoon @Marley Farley my friend I purchased this one as I did take notice of your advice and went for Spear and jackson" I just liked the feel and balance of it(ie our friend @Verdun good advice and so thank you to both of you,much...
    Good afternoon @Marley Farley my friend I purchased this one as I did take notice of your advice and went for Spear and jackson" I just liked the feel and balance of it(ie our friend @Verdun good...
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  9. Paul Blackburn

    How to use this tool

    Paul can you show us what a vintage Joseph Bentley Steel Herbaceous cropping pruning tool, is?It means nothing to me.:biggrin:Maybe old Joe Bentley should have stuck to making cars.:lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    Paul can you show us what a vintage Joseph Bentley Steel Herbaceous cropping pruning tool, is?It means nothing to me.:biggrin:Maybe old Joe Bentley should have stuck to making cars.:lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    Paul can you show us what a vintage Joseph Bentley Steel Herbaceous cropping pruning tool, is?It means nothing to me.:biggrin:Maybe old Joe Bentley should have stuck to making cars.:lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    Paul can you show us what a vintage Joseph Bentley Steel Herbaceous cropping pruning tool, is?It means nothing to me.:biggrin:Maybe old Joe Bentley should have stuck to making cars.:lunapic 130165696578242 5:
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  10. Paul Blackburn

    How to sharpen Secateurs

    I always manage to lose mine before they need sharpening !
    I always manage to lose mine before they need sharpening !
    I always manage to lose mine before they need sharpening !
    I always manage to lose mine before they need sharpening !
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  11. hedgefog

    Difference between Anvil Loper vs. ByPass Loper?

    To prune this each year I use two pruners.A Barnel telescopic(stock photo)They aren't cheap at £100 including postage on eBay and they'll only cut thin branches, though it comes...
    To prune this each year I use two pruners.A Barnel telescopic(stock photo)They aren't cheap at £100 including postage on eBay and they'll only cut thin branches, though it comes with a saw you can attach. They are easy to ruin if you try to prune too thick a branch. I did one in,...
    To prune this each year I use two pruners.A Barnel telescopic(stock photo)They aren't cheap at £100 including postage on eBay and they'll only cut thin branches, though it comes with a saw you can attach. They are easy to ruin if...
    To prune this each year I use two pruners.A Barnel telescopic(stock photo)They aren't cheap at £100 including postage on eBay and they'll only cut thin branches, though it comes...
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  12. Mike Allen

    Electric garden leaf blower,vac,mulcher

    Luckily all the trees in my garden are tactically positioned to shed 80% of the leaves onto the neighbours gardens. One of my workmates had the opposite problem , living near an open park. The...
    Luckily all the trees in my garden are tactically positioned to shed 80% of the leaves onto the neighbours gardens. One of my workmates had the opposite problem , living near an open park. The prevailing wind herded all the leaves into his front garden. Sometimes three feet deep after a gale :snorky:
    Luckily all the trees in my garden are tactically positioned to shed 80% of the leaves onto the neighbours gardens. One of my workmates had the opposite problem , living near an open park. The prevailing wind herded all the leaves into his front...
    Luckily all the trees in my garden are tactically positioned to shed 80% of the leaves onto the neighbours gardens. One of my workmates had the opposite problem , living near an open park. The...
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  13. Scrungee

    Electric dehumidifier

    I do that,hasnt done any harm,but to be mega safe maybe worth putting a drollet of bleach in the water before giving it to pkants to stop any botrytis etc spreading ? Ive nevre bothered myself but...
    I do that,hasnt done any harm,but to be mega safe maybe worth putting a drollet of bleach in the water before giving it to pkants to stop any botrytis etc spreading ? Ive nevre bothered myself but maybe that would be best practice?
    I do that,hasnt done any harm,but to be mega safe maybe worth putting a drollet of bleach in the water before giving it to pkants to stop any botrytis etc spreading ? Ive nevre bothered myself but maybe that would be best practice?
    I do that,hasnt done any harm,but to be mega safe maybe worth putting a drollet of bleach in the water before giving it to pkants to stop any botrytis etc spreading ? Ive nevre bothered myself but...
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  14. Steve R
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    8 x 2 Heated Propagator.

    It certainly looks good and should give you a lot of help with raising plants.I built mine (5ft x 3ft) in 1976 and it's still going strong :blue thumb:. The only problem we get is that the cats, only ever...
    It certainly looks good and should give you a lot of help with raising plants.I built mine (5ft x 3ft) in 1976 and it's still going strong :blue thumb:. The only problem we get is that the cats, only ever one at a time use it to sleep in, tend to uncover the cables. They don't do any damage and have...
    It certainly looks good and should give you a lot of help with raising plants.I built mine (5ft x 3ft) in 1976 and it's still going strong :blue thumb:. The only problem we get is that the cats, only ever one at a time use it to sleep in, tend to uncover...
    It certainly looks good and should give you a lot of help with raising plants.I built mine (5ft x 3ft) in 1976 and it's still going strong :blue thumb:. The only problem we get is that the cats, only ever...
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  15. silu

    Solar powered water pump.

    That looks and sounds a great little set up @CanadianLori :thumbsup:I have a solar powered pump but it only stores a few hrs of use as long as no timer on it as well.. My panel is 12"x 18" though so titchy..
    That looks and sounds a great little set up @CanadianLori :thumbsup:I have a solar powered pump but it only stores a few hrs of use as long as no timer on it as well.. My panel is 12"x 18" though so titchy..
    That looks and sounds a great little set up @CanadianLori :thumbsup:I have a solar powered pump but it only stores a few hrs of use as long as no timer on it as well.. My panel is 12"x 18" though so titchy..
    That looks and sounds a great little set up @CanadianLori :thumbsup:I have a solar powered pump but it only stores a few hrs of use as long as no timer on it as well.. My panel is 12"x 18" though so titchy..
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  16. Gail_68

    Root Assassin spade

    Now hearing it from yourself Kindredspirit who as one and knowing what it is actually capable of doing, there's a lot of difference to how the video shows it ;)
    Now hearing it from yourself Kindredspirit who as one and knowing what it is actually capable of doing, there's a lot of difference to how the video shows it ;)
    Now hearing it from yourself Kindredspirit who as one and knowing what it is actually capable of doing, there's a lot of difference to how the video shows it ;)
    Now hearing it from yourself Kindredspirit who as one and knowing what it is actually capable of doing, there's a lot of difference to how the video shows it ;)
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  17. Mervyn Wilmington

    Hyundai gardening equipment

    I'm really surprised, and disappointed, to hear that Hyundai haven't responded to you - I really thought better of them.Glad you are happy with the B&D (which to be fair is pretty much a given...
    I'm really surprised, and disappointed, to hear that Hyundai haven't responded to you - I really thought better of them.Glad you are happy with the B&D (which to be fair is pretty much a given with their stuff), and hope it serves you well :)
    I'm really surprised, and disappointed, to hear that Hyundai haven't responded to you - I really thought better of them.Glad you are happy with the B&D (which to be fair is pretty much a given with their stuff), and hope it serves you well :)
    I'm really surprised, and disappointed, to hear that Hyundai haven't responded to you - I really thought better of them.Glad you are happy with the B&D (which to be fair is pretty much a given...
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  18. newtothis

    Help deciding on some tools

    thanks for all the advice
    thanks for all the advice
    thanks for all the advice
    thanks for all the advice
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  19. luciusmaximus

    Best Hosepipe

    100% agree Tricoflex is more expensive to buy but will last and last. I got 2 huge roles of it over 25 years ago and it is still going strong. It gets run over by cars on occasions and is left out...
    100% agree Tricoflex is more expensive to buy but will last and last. I got 2 huge roles of it over 25 years ago and it is still going strong. It gets run over by cars on occasions and is left out to use to fill horse's trough in the winter. I have used cheap hose in the past and it would last...
    100% agree Tricoflex is more expensive to buy but will last and last. I got 2 huge roles of it over 25 years ago and it is still going strong. It gets run over by cars on occasions and is left out to use to fill horse's trough in the winter. I...
    100% agree Tricoflex is more expensive to buy but will last and last. I got 2 huge roles of it over 25 years ago and it is still going strong. It gets run over by cars on occasions and is left out...
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  20. REMF33

    Hozelock watering system question

    You need to screw the white piece into the timer before fitting to the tap. Then offer up the timer to the tap and turn in the direction shown below onto the tap thread. I found these instructions...
    You need to screw the white piece into the timer before fitting to the tap. Then offer up the timer to the tap and turn in the direction shown below onto the tap thread. I found these instructions for another hozelock timer but should give you the general idea:
    You need to screw the white piece into the timer before fitting to the tap. Then offer up the timer to the tap and turn in the direction shown below onto the tap thread. I found these instructions for another hozelock timer but should give you...
    You need to screw the white piece into the timer before fitting to the tap. Then offer up the timer to the tap and turn in the direction shown below onto the tap thread. I found these instructions...
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  21. martin-f
    Like x 3

    Conah 20 Metre Hose

    What might have caused it though we have an habit of pulling it out then stopping then doing more which probably hasn't helped it but we've had it 2yrs but otherwise mate still works well but he's...
    What might have caused it though we have an habit of pulling it out then stopping then doing more which probably hasn't helped it but we've had it 2yrs but otherwise mate still works well but he's going to look for something better to hold it, as I find unclipping the plastic hard.
    What might have caused it though we have an habit of pulling it out then stopping then doing more which probably hasn't helped it but we've had it 2yrs but otherwise mate still works well but he's going to look for something better to hold it, as...
    What might have caused it though we have an habit of pulling it out then stopping then doing more which probably hasn't helped it but we've had it 2yrs but otherwise mate still works well but he's...
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  22. Snorky85

    Anyone got a Miracle Gro Aerobounty??

    I go for cheap, really cheap, like right out of the recycle bin. You really don't need anything fancy for hydroponics.
    I go for cheap, really cheap, like right out of the recycle bin. You really don't need anything fancy for hydroponics.
    I go for cheap, really cheap, like right out of the recycle bin. You really don't need anything fancy for hydroponics.
    I go for cheap, really cheap, like right out of the recycle bin. You really don't need anything fancy for hydroponics.
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  23. jazzy

    Garden Tool Storage Box Security?

    Get hold of a corporation type paving slab, drill holes in each corner of the box. Sit the box on top of the slab and mark the four holes through the box on the slab. Then with a masonry drill,...
    Get hold of a corporation type paving slab, drill holes in each corner of the box. Sit the box on top of the slab and mark the four holes through the box on the slab. Then with a masonry drill, drill the four holes in the slab. Put in the four polyplugs for screws. Buy some really wide washers...
    Get hold of a corporation type paving slab, drill holes in each corner of the box. Sit the box on top of the slab and mark the four holes through the box on the slab. Then with a masonry drill, drill the four holes in the slab. Put in the four...
    Get hold of a corporation type paving slab, drill holes in each corner of the box. Sit the box on top of the slab and mark the four holes through the box on the slab. Then with a masonry drill,...
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