Nelson admirals

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    rob cooper

    my nettles have just started to sort themselves out but prob no good till next year

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    rob cooper

    not really lol silly rob



    Hi Rob

    Great to hear about your nettles. I’ve started a new thread for this as it no longer is about “Nelson monarchs”. Please also, if you can put tags each time you post, it is helpful for people searching for content.

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