Winter flowers in Coventry

Re: Winter flowers in Coventry

Postby Melisandre » Mon Mar 06, 2017 7:52 pm

Yes I ve noticed there are larger types but never knew they were American glad you know which lady I mean I ve never spoken to her just seen her walk her dog. Belgain shepherds are nothing like the German Shepherd in temperament thank goodness as I ve always been careful in choosing a dog by nature having so many grand children and Staffie dogs now sad to say I would not trust with children because of these breeders not like back in the early 70s when they were a family dog not a fashion accessory for the man just ashame as there are some lovely natured ones out there ...

Such a shame your had a bad encounter with those dogs and yes a dog never forgets the trouble is when any one walks groups dogs they then work in a pack so I have always been wary when I had a dog to walk on its own when coming across a pack of dogs being walked.

So your not jealous he pulls more ladies than you :lol:
joking asside yes nice dogs do get a lot of attention from the ladies so your wife has no worries there .
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Re: Winter flowers in Coventry

Postby ingridcarley » Tue Mar 27, 2018 1:08 pm

Wow, Awesome lovely , worth watching Winter flowers..Mesmerizing :shock:
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Re: Winter flowers in Coventry

Postby Melisandre » Tue Mar 27, 2018 3:01 pm

Thank you Ingridcarley and welcome to the forum there are winter climbing Clematis if you like climbers one is called Freckles .
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