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Jun 20, 2011 2:38 PM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
Wow more posts than in a whole week! What fun this is!.
Charleen, Pimm's is an alcoholic drink! They make three kinds of it and all have Borage in it which is a herb. Look out for my part 4 Article tonight and you will see Borage on there!
What you do is get a large glass jug and put some Pimm's in it, with ice, then you add chopped summer fruits like strawberries and raspberries, oranges or whatever you have got!
Then you fill it up with lemonade, stir well and add some sprigs of mint on the top. Leave to stand for a few minutes and then pour it into glasses, and as Muriel correctly says it is a refreshing drink!
Linda, that is a very pretty bird! We get Golden orioles here very occasionally!
Lucy I have Paperbark maples and they are stunning. They are easy to grow in most places, if you can get hold of an original one or a sapling form a known Provence! Mine came back from China in 1941 and I have grown 5 from seed from the original tree, this is not easy as they are notoriously difficult, and you have about a 98% failure rate!
Mostly they are now grown from cell structures, but are not the same as an original one!
Regards.
Neil.

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