Byron Jones in Werribee, Werribee Victoria
Nature of problem:
No problem, really. Just want to extend my best wishes to The Great Man.
Type of Plant (if known):
A human plant.
Symptoms of Plant Illness (please try NOT to diagnose your problems yourself):
Soil Type (e.g. sandy, clay or loam) OR Potting Mix Type:
How often do you water the plant:
How many hours of sunlight does the plant get each day:
All it can get
How long since you planted it:
Still thinking about it.
Have you fertilised? If so, with what and when:
Many times …. private!
Is the plant indoors or outdoors:
Is the plant in a pot or in the ground:
On the ground.
What other treatments have you given the plant:
I sing the Halleluja Chorus
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Hello, Mr Burke. I merely want to send you (again) greetings from dear old Werribee. I always enjoyed your TV programmes, and miss your expertise and good old Aussie humour (I am a mere transplanted Taffy). You, Sir, are a good bloke, and I wish you unfailing happiness.
Best always, Byron.
That’s very kind of you Byron. As you might know, I have strong links to Werribee via my Grandmother who was a Carter – the egg farmers and nightsoil carriers of Werribee.
I am an avid fan of ‘Would I Lie To You?’ – the strongly Taffy comedy quiz show. Thanks for your comments about my sense of humour: there is very little that is funny on TV these days. Nothing to compare to ‘The Two Ronnies’, ‘Steptoe & Son’, ‘Hancock’s Half Hour’, and the best of ‘Monty Python’. If you are a ‘Two Ronnies’ fan, I can send you the script from their best segment ever: ‘Rindercella’. Just send me your email address and I will send you the script. It was passed on to me by a little old granny in country NSW. A beautiful and charming old dear with a wicked sense of humour. Don