Fife Neophyte

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Endie
margo - newbie
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Re: Fife Neophyte

Post: # 177976Post Endie »

pumpy wrote:Hi Endie, whereaboot in Fife are you? I used to live in Buckhaven. As regards the sycamore tree, if you'll take my advice, then get rid of the ruddy thing or you'll be forever clearing leaves in autumn & seedlings in spring (which you don't really want on your veggie patch!). Good luck.
Hey there, I'm just four or five miles east of Buckhaven: just along the coast between Upper Largo and Kilconquhar.

And I'd not thought of the seedlings when I looked at the leaves and thought "well, at least it's a mulch"! Despite having to lift about ten saplings when I cleared the ground.

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Thomzo
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Re: Fife Neophyte

Post: # 177977Post Thomzo »

Hi and welcome.

What a beautiful place and you must have worked so hard. I am jealous, but not of the hard work.

I do hope you enjoy your new home.

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