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We have a climbing hydrangia outside our back doors which is almost up to the bathroom window. Yesterday, with the sun shining on its yellow leaves it looked glorious. Unfortunatly they are dropping fast so we are making the most of it while we can.
I went out this morning and photographed red acers and yellow limes and noticed that even the oak trees have spectacular colour this year and a beautiful buttercup yellow is showing on one of my alpine shrubs, a Japanese willow. Everyone should be looking out the bus window this year at the trees as, in Bristol anyway, the cherries and horse chestnuts are glorious.
can anyone tell me how i get veg that look as good as the ones pictured on page 84 of the gardeners world mag for november 2010,theres not a blemish, no holes, or discolouration, carrot,spring cabbage, red cabbage, leegs, beetroot.But i can understand why they cant keep a straight line
can anyone tell me how i get veg that look as good as the ones pictured on page 84 of the gardeners world mag for november 2010,theres not a blemish, no holes, or discolouration, carrot,spring cabbage, red cabbage, leeks, beetroot.But i can understand why they cant keep a straight line
i have a few pots of nerine's about five or six bulbs in each pot this year i only had a few flowers any reason why ?

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If you are anywhere near a native hedge look out for the spindle trees. They are just opening their pink fruits to reveal their orange berries - how Fauvist is that?

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